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The other myth is that males cannot be victims of domestic violence. It is not true, though. These myths (and others) have to be demolished for creating full picture of the problem in its modern condition.
There is a number of researches attempting to discover the causes of domestic violence. For instance, specialists of a Domestic Violence Intervention Project consider the cases and repeating cycles of domestic violence to be a result of a desire to establish control over the victim. The main factor of a man’s aggressive behavior is the denial of responsibility for the committed actions.
Another theory, known as the theory of resistance, was offered by Allan Jenkinson, an American psychologist. He believes that social factors and personal features of a person may turn into obstacles which would not let a person treat women and children with respect. Among them there are traditions, cultural peculiarities, personal habits, values, and so on. According to this theory, reasons of aggressive behavior lie in a person’s concept of the self and the world around.
There are potent methods of counterwork against domestic violence, such as effective laws and police procedures, educational and therapy programs for abusers, shelters for victims, public information campaigns for prevention of domestic violence, etc. Eventually the supreme goal of any research dealing with domestic violence is some proposition or learning of methods against domestic
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Some of the media is said to have a harmful impact on children. The document discusses whether or not TV influences others or TV shows influence events that take place for reasons other than TV persuasion. The article also focuses on the responsibility of media companies.
Religion can be positive or negative depending on how an individual interprets it. The Gay Christian shows that Christianity can be reconciled with the LGBTQI community. This website also dismisses many myths
The author provides observation of how tendencies toward school violence can begin outside of the school environment through behaviors learned and how social influences can mold behaviors exhibited that translate into actions taken. Two of the mediums mentioned as possible influences are TV and music.
interpersonal, psychological theory of suicidal intentions that the researchers have identified and established amongst the military personnel deployed into their stations. These personnel have had their brain trauma tested before deployment. The researchers begin by
Bryan, C., & Anestis, M. (2011). Reexperiencing symptoms and the interpersonal-psychological theory of suicidal behavior among deployed service members evaluated for traumatic brain injury. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67(9), 856-865.
elevant to the topic, assessing how the source factors into the conversation of the topic and the lastly showing its usefulness and contribution to the topic.
This article gives an outline of the statistics of cases of divorce across the UK. The general allusion is that young
The New Jim Crow is ideally the incarceration of many black men due to drugs to deny them the right to suffrage. The article concludes that the American criminal justice system is racist and targets only black men. The source is credible since the author
According to a view shared by Wang, Iannotti, and Nansel (2009), cyberbullying entails the use of text messages, emails, embarrassing videos, pictures, or fake profiles, and rumors sent via the Internet. Cyberbullying happens
This paper includes the annotated bibliography of next articles: Hepburn, Stephanie & Rita J. Simon. “Hidden in Plain Sight: Human Trafficking in the United States”; Alsgaard, Hannah. “Symposium: Uncovered: The policing of sex work”; Kotrla, Kimberly. “Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking in the United States”; Siddharth, Kara. Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery, and others.
In this annotated bibliography you will find Bowen, N. K., & Bowen, G. L. (1999). Effects of crime and violence in neighborhoods and schools on the school behavior and performance of adolescents; Ceballo, R., McLoyd, V. C., & Toyokawa, T. (2004). The influence of neighborhood quality on adolescents’ educational values and school effort. and other sources on the topic to be discussed. The author makes an attempt to characterize all sources by highlighting the main points stated in them.
10 Pages(2500 words)Annotated Bibliography
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