Psychosocial Aspects Of Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is coercive behaviour through the use of intimidating, threatening, harmful, or harassing behaviour. This definition validates that domestic violence includes multiple forms of abuse-physical, sexual and emotional or psychological and includes physical assault, sexual abuse and stalking. An important component of domestic violence, often ignored is the realm of passive abuse, leading to violence. Passive abuse is covert, subtle and veiled. This includes victimization, ambiguity and neglect spiritual and intellectual abuse. Domestic violence is an ongoing experience of physical, psychological and/or sexual abuse in the home that is used to establish power and control over another person. Witnessing domestic violence can lead children to develop an array of age-dependent negative effects. Children who witness violence in the home and children who are abused may display many similar psychological effects. These children are at greater risk for internalized behaviours such as anxiety and depression, and for externalized behaviours such as fighting, bullying, lying, or cheating.
MAJOR SURESH GOEL (RETD)
Suresh Goel is retired Major of India Army. He is also a banker, authors and news analyst. He was born on 7 Dec. 1949. He was served Indian Army for 20 Years. He is presently working as AGM in State Bank of India. He is co-author of four books and has authored several books as well as magazine article on the military, security and intelligence agencies. He regularly speaks at major universities both nationally and internationally on such topic as defence, national security and media issues of India and other timely and relevant topic.
1. Psychosocial Aspects of Domestic Violence : An Introduction --Pg. 1
2. The Psychosocial and Cultural Issues in Domestic Violence --Pg. 33
3. Inter parental Violence in Childhood and Adjustment in Adulthood Psychosocial --Pg. 53
4. Prevention and Treatment Programmes in Family Violence --Pg. 85
5. The Lasting Effects of Domestics Violence on Women and Children --Pg. 133
6. Reintegration in an Environment of Disintegration --Pg. 149
7. Scope and Nature of Violence --Pg. 171
8. Violent Victimisation and Offending --Pg. 189
9. Domestic Violence Against Children --Pg. 221
10. Prevention Primer for Domestic Violence --Pg. 257
Bibliography --Pg. 295
Index --Pg. 299