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    C:\Documents And Settings\Ms\My Documents\Domestic Violence C:\Documents And Settings\Ms\My Documents\Domestic Violence Presentation Transcript

    • Domestic Violence Types of Abuse And Statistics
    • What Is Domestic Violence?
      • Domestic violence is a learned pattern of physical, verbal, sexual, and/or emotional behavior in which one person in a relationship uses force and intimidation to control the other person.
    • Types of Domestic Violence
      • Physical Abuse
      • Sexual Abuse
      • Emotional Abuse
      • Economic Abuse
      • Social Abuse
    • Physical Abuse
      • Pinching and scratching
      • Shoving and kicking
      • Slapping and punching
      • Pulling hair and strangling
      • Restraining against will
      A woman is beaten every 9 seconds.
    • Sexual Abuse
      • Rape (often after battery or when victim is asleep)
      • Forcing to perform degrading or humiliating acts
      • Forcing victim to pose for degrading pictures
      70% of men who batter their partners, will, also, sexually or physically abuse their children.
    • Emotional Abuse
      • Name-calling and insults
      • Withholding affection as punishment
      • Threats and intimidation
      • Threatening to harm victims family
      • Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde syndrome
      More than half of battered women stay with their partners because they do not feel that they can support themselves and their children.
    • Economic and Social Abuse
      • Economic abuse occurs when a partner controls every aspect in money matters.
      • Social abuse can include controlling who the victims friends are, where and when she can leave the house, and controlling access to a car.
    • Victims can survive!