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Dv223

  1. 1. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
  2. 2. IS REAL…
  3. 3. IS REAL…
  4. 4. FACTS STIGMAS=CRIMES UNREPORTED Ridicule
  5. 5. FACTS STIGMAS=CRIMES UNREPORTED Ridicule Retribution
  6. 6. FACTS STIGMAS=CRIMES UNREPORTED Ridicule Retribution Victimization
  7. 7. FACTS STIGMAS=CRIMES UNREPORTED Ridicule Retribution Victimization Judgment
  8. 8. FACTS STIGMAS=CRIMES UNREPORTED Ridicule Retribution Victimization Judgment Exposure
  9. 9. STIGMASNo Protection by law enforcement -No Consequences for abuserOstracism by victim’s family -By-stander Apathy“Low class” association with victims - Victims blamed for abuse -Loss of jobs and homes -Custody/loss of children
  10. 10. FACTS• PROFLIE OF ABUSERSMisconceptions:GenderAppearanceMeans
  11. 11. FACTS• PROFLIE OF ABUSERSMisconceptions:GenderAppearanceMeans
  12. 12. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are Male only.
  13. 13. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers
  14. 14. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are
  15. 15. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are Male
  16. 16. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are Male only
  17. 17. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are Male only.
  18. 18. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are Male only.Victims are Females only: 5% victims are male
  19. 19. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are Male only.Victims are Females only: 5% victims are male - 3% hurt due to women protecting themselves & children
  20. 20. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are Male only.Victims are Females only: 5% victims are male - 3% hurt due to women protecting themselves & children -Triggers are Alcohol, Drug-Abuse & Stress only
  21. 21. FACTS• PROFLIE OF ABUSERSMisconceptions:GenderAppearanceMeans
  22. 22. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are easy to detect.
  23. 23. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are easy to detect. -appear charming, rational and likeable in public.
  24. 24. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are easy to detect. -appear charming, rational and likeable in public.Abused victims always appear
  25. 25. MISCONCEPTIONSAbusers are easy to detect. -appear charming, rational and likeable in public.Abused victims always appear -emotional, irrational, and difficult
  26. 26. FACTS• PROFLIE OF ABUSERSMisconceptions:GenderAppearanceMeans
  27. 27. MISCONCEPTIONSEmotional and mental abuse does not exist.
  28. 28. FACTS EFFECTS ON VICTIMSStatisticsLow self esteemCyclical AbuseSuicideHomicide
  29. 29. FACTSEFFECTS ON VICTIMS
  30. 30. FACTS EFFECTS ON VICTIMSStatisticsLow self esteem
  31. 31. FACTS EFFECTS ON VICTIMSStatisticsLow self esteemCyclical Abuse
  32. 32. FACTS EFFECTS ON VICTIMSStatisticsLow self esteemCyclical AbuseSuicide
  33. 33. FACTS EFFECTS ON VICTIMSStatisticsLow self esteemCyclical AbuseSuicideHomicide
  34. 34. FACTS EFFECTS ON VICTIMSStatisticsLow self esteemCyclical AbuseSuicideHomicide
  35. 35. FACTS EFFECTS ON VICTIMSStatisticsLow self esteemCyclical AbuseSuicideHomicide
  36. 36. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner
  37. 37. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner
  38. 38. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner
  39. 39. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner
  40. 40. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner
  41. 41. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner one quarter of female students aresexually assaulted during their college years
  42. 42. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner one quarter of female students aresexually assaulted during their college years
  43. 43. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner one quarter of female students aresexually assaulted during their college years
  44. 44. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner one quarter of female students aresexually assaulted during their college years
  45. 45. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner one quarter of female students aresexually assaulted during their college years
  46. 46. STATISTICSone-third of college students assault a partner one quarter of female students aresexually assaulted during their college years
  47. 47. OBJECTIVES Expose domestic violence
  48. 48. OBJECTIVES Expose domestic violence Raise Awareness
  49. 49. OBJECTIVES Expose domestic violence Raise Awareness -Educate & Encourage
  50. 50. OBJECTIVES Expose domestic violence Raise Awareness -Educate & Encourage Provide solutions
  51. 51. OBJECTIVES Expose domestic violence Raise Awareness -Educate & Encourage Provide solutions -Interview students & Carolina Women’s Center
  52. 52. OBJECTIVES Expose domestic violence Raise Awareness -Educate & Encourage Provide solutions -Interview students & Carolina Women’s Center - Hotline
  53. 53. OBJECTIVES Expose domestic violence Raise Awareness -Educate & Encourage Provide solutions -Interview students & Carolina Women’s Center -Hotline Mobilize Prevention
  54. 54. STOP
  55. 55. STOP
  56. 56. DOMESTIC
  57. 57. DOMESTIC
  58. 58. VIOLENCE
  59. 59. VIOLENCE
  60. 60. NOW…

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