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  • 1. Intro video
  • 2. Domestic Violence Presented By Stephanie Daus
  • 3. Definition
    • Domestic violence is defined as the emotional, physical, sexual, psychological or economic abuse of power and the exercise of control by another individual, or individuals, on a family member, partner or ex-partner regardless of gender, age or sexual orientation.
  • 4. Key Elements
    • Intimidation
    • Humiliation
    • Physical Injury
  • 5. Types of Domestic Abuse
    • Physical
    • Sexual
    • Emotional
    • Child Abuse
  • 6. Insert Movie
    • Insert Coffee commercial
    • Jagori 35 sec film
  • 7. Physical Abuse
    • The use of physical force against another in a way that ends up injuring that person or putting him or her at risk of being injured.
  • 8. Physical abuse includes
    • Pushing, throwing tripping
    • Slapping, hitting, punching, kicking
    • Pinching, biting
    • Holding, restraining, confinement
    • Assault with a weapon
    • Burning or freezing
    • Throwing things
  • 9. Stats
    • Claims the life of 2 women a week
    • 1 in 4 women will be effected
    • 1 in 6 men will be effected
    • A women is beaten every 15 sec
    • The leading cause of injury to women in the US
    • Women who leave their batterer are at a 75% greater risk of being killed by them then the ones who stay
    • More then 3 women are killed by their husband or boyfriend per year
    • 22% of women are physically assualted by a partner or date
  • 10. Physical Abuse and Pregnancy
    • Most women are beat for the first time when they are pregnant
    • 5.3% of women with wanted pregnancy’s are beat
    • 15.3% with unplanned are beat
    • 50-70% of women abused before preg are abused during
    • 26% of teens reported being abuse over half in which say it began after there learning they were pregnant
    • Murder is the 2 nd leading cause of death in preg women
    • 77% in which were killed in the 1 st trimester
    • Women under 20 years of age are at the greatest risk
  • 11. Reciprocal Violence
    • Statistics
    • Study
  • 12. Insert movie
    • CNN Report
  • 13. Emotional Abuse
    • Verbal
    • Non-verbal
  • 14. Emotional Abuse may include
    • Threats, intimidation
    • Destruction of victim's property
    • Violence to an animal
    • Yelling, screaming, name-calling
    • Mocking, criticizing
    • Blaming, telling victim they are worthless
  • 15. Insert Movie
    • Sexual assault
  • 16. Sexual Abuse
    • Sexual assault-forcing someone to participate in unwanted, unsafe, or degrading sexual activity
    • Sexual harassment- using unwanted sexual advances to gain power over someone
    • Sexual exploitation- examples include forcing someone to look at pornography or participate in pornographic filmmaking
  • 17. Sexual Abuse Stat’s
    • 1 in 5 women will be raped or attempted
    • 3 in 4 women who are raped report physical abuse by their partner as well
    • 7.7% of women have been raped by an intimate partner
    • 52% of cases are repeats
    • 19% of all DV include sexual abuse
    • More than ½ of women raped by an intimate partner report the abuse had occurred several times
  • 18. Insert movie
    • Dv awareness child abuse
  • 19. Effects On Children
    • Children who witness DV are more likely to develop serious emotional, behavioral, developmental, or become violent themselves.
    • Attempt suicide, use drugs, alcohol, commit crimes-sexual assaults
    • Placement in foster homes
    • Living in shelters
    • In homes where DV occurs children are abused at a rate of 1500% higher then the national average
  • 20. Health Providers Role
    • 37% of battered women admitted abuse to their health provider
    • Only 10% of providers screen for violence
    • Health care providers are usually the first line of defense for victims
    • Open mind, good interview
    • If victim comes in with partner get them alone
  • 21. Shelters
    • Emergency Shelter
    • Counseling
    • SANE nurses
    • Hot-lines
  • 22. References
    • De Benedicts, Tina, Jaelline Jaffe, and Jeanne Segal. &quot;Domestic Violence and Abuse: Types, Signs, Symptoms, Causes, and Effects.&quot; Domestic Violence . 2007. National Domestic Violence Hotline. 11 June 2007 <www.helpguide.org/mental/domestic_violence_abuse_types_signs_causes_effects.htm>.
    • Du Plat-Jones, J. &quot;Domestic Violence : The Role of Health Professionals.&quot; Nursing Standard 21.14 (2007): 44-49.
    • &quot;Domestic Violence Shelter and Support Services Grant.&quot; Domestic Violence . 2007. Department of Human Services. 11 June 2007 <www.michigan.gov/dhs>.
    • 2007. National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. 8 July 2007 <NCADV.org>.
    • Whitaker, D J. &quot;Differences in Frequency of Violence and Reported Injury Between Relationships with reciprocal and Nonreciprocal Intimate Partner Violence.&quot; American Journal of Public Health 97.5 (2007): 941-48.