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Domestic Violence against Women: An Analysis

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Criminology and Forensic Science, Karnatak Science College, Dharwad, Karnataka, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 2, Issue (1), Pages 34-37, January,14 (2013)

Abstract

Violence against women is partly a result of gender relations that assumes men to be superior to women. Given the subordinate status of women, much of gender violence is considered normal and enjoys social sanction. Violence includes physical aggression, sexual abuse, and psychological violence. In extreme, but not unknown cases, death is the result. These expressions of violence take place in a man-woman relationship within the family, state and society. , the problem of violence against women is a result of a long standing power imbalance between men and women. This is not a present problem rather it has its deep roots inserted since few decades. The government and voluntary organizations are making efforts towards ending violence against women which will be impossible if a common man is not supportive. This paper is an overview about domestic violence and here we have made an attempt to analyze the statistical data on violence against women.

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