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Glorify violence

At first glance it certainly seems that Burgess uses unnecessary imagery and descriptions of an extraordinary length in order to glorify violence. One only needs to count the times the word “krovvy” is used, or how many “tolchocks” are given. Even the Russian word for “good” has been corrupted toRead More

Eeffects Of Domestic Violence

Effects of domestic violence are many. They range from economic, to social and health problems. Socially, families experience divorce, separation, and the break up. Violence is the reason stated for divorce in 22% of middle-class marriages according to the finings of EAP Digest November/December 1991. When these happen and areRead More

Sexual Violence

Sexual violence involves coerced sex through threats, intimidation or physical force and may take the following forms; a). Use of physical force to compel a person to engage in a sexual act against their will, whether or not the act is completed. Even in a marriage relationship, sex should beRead More

Physical Violence

Physical violence is the intentional use of physical force with the potential for causing injury, harm, disability, or death, for example, hitting, shoving, biting, arm twisting, restraint, kicking, or use of a weapon. It also include strangling, slapping, burning, chocking and murder Physical violence is more visible than any otherRead More

Economic Violence

Economic violence occurs when one person in the family takes undue control over the family’s resources especially money and denies other the access to the same. It is common mostly in the African and Asian cultures where men are considered superior than women. In such a situation men take controlRead More

Effects of Domestic Violence

Short and long term effects of domestic violence is expected for victims depending on the length of time that they were abused. Long term effect on women includes anxiety, chronic depression, death, drug and alcohol dependence, eating disorders, malnutrition, panic attacks, self neglect, sleeping disorders and suicide attempts. Anyone hasRead More

Domestic Violence

Being addicted to alcohol and certain drugs is also one of the prevailing causes of domestic violence. Abuse of substances influences a person’s behavior and may cause him to become violent. Poor emotional health is caused by alcohol driven mind and drug influenced system. (Domestic Violence, 2006). Domestic violence isRead More

Negative Effects of Media Violence

The most popular theoretical perspective on media violence is the social learning theory as it addresses the immediate impact on exposure to media violence and aggressive behavior. Albert Bandura’s 1963 study looked at the evidence in which children mirrored aggression after observation. The children involved in his study were shownRead More

Domestic Violence in Chile

Today, women of color on average receive the lowest wages, hold the worst jobs, and are more likely to be unemployed. They have the highest rates of infant mortality and births out of wedlock. They are more likely to live in poverty and to be single mothers than their WhiteRead More

Prevention Of Youth And Gang Violence

A gang is defined as a group of individuals that have a common identity. The identity can just be the mere fact of associating together. There is some negative connotation that is carried by the word gang. In most cases the members in a gang have a phrase that isRead More