Child abuse is unquestionably one of the most deplorable problems in society. It is well known that children who are abused and grow up in abusive environments, have tendencies to do the same as adults along with experience a variety of psychological and emotional problems.
Alcohol abuse has always been misinterpreted as the cause of domestic violence but review of some literatures showed that alcohol drinking is just an excuse of the abuser’s violent behaviors. On the contrary, the coexistence of substance abuse to domestic violence was supported by other researchers, showing evidences of high prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV) where there is alcohol and other substance abuse involved.
The aim of this paper is to show the impact of domestic violence on children. The major terms used during the research include domestic violence and children. From the over thirty articles displayed on the page, only fifteen articles were a hundred percent related to my area of study.
The statistics of domestic violence can be termed as “alarming” from a global perspective. Nevertheless, it is important to note that the documentation, definition, perception, and awareness differ from one country to another.
The societal violence in the United States has enveloped family lives as well. Violence creeps quietly and firmly into living rooms via television and its contents. This source misguides its viewers in adopting unrealistic and cinematic use of violence in real life situations in homesteads and outside.
For example, the author has provided enough evidence to identify when one is in an abusive relationship. From the level to which the writer has taken the readers in an in depth viewpoint about the subject, one can know that