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Acid Attacks: An Overview Of Legal Measures And Motivation Trends In India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Colombia, And Cambodia, Gaia Calcini 2022 Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca

Acid Attacks: An Overview Of Legal Measures And Motivation Trends In India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Colombia, And Cambodia, Gaia Calcini

Dignity: A Journal of Analysis of Exploitation and Violence

Vitriolage is a form of widespread violence around the world. This research analyzed legislative measures against the practice adopted by India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Colombia, and Cambodia. The strengths and weaknesses of the different legal systems were examined. Motivational trends on why the violence was committed were reviewed in the literature in these countries. It was found that acid attacks are a form of gender-based violence. Countries where the measures were adopted to prevent attacks but failed to achieve the goal did not consider the attacks as a part of a broader problem. The only country that seems to have achieved ...


Intersectionality And Impact Of Covid19: Politics Of The Private Sphere And Gender-Based Violence, Sabah Hussain 2022 Arcadia University

Intersectionality And Impact Of Covid19: Politics Of The Private Sphere And Gender-Based Violence, Sabah Hussain

The Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development

One of the primary contradictions in the administration of power consists of inequalities between women and men. The attitudes, behaviours, and roles which societies prescribe as congruous for the construction of ‘gender’ can be the consequence, the root, and structure of power relations, involving the very intimate domain of the domestic to the utmost levels of the political sphere and decision-making. As the COVID-19 crisis deepens economic and social strain combined with social isolation measures and constricted movement, the instances of gender-based violence also started to rise exponentially. Many women were being forced to 'lockdown' in the domestic setting with ...


Round Robin: A New Qualitative Methodology For Identifying Drivers Of Violence Against Children, Deborah Fry, Tendai C. Nhenga-Chakarisa, Noriko Izumi, Bekkah Bernheim 2022 Global Institute for Child Safety, Moray House School of Education and Sport, University of Edinburgh

Round Robin: A New Qualitative Methodology For Identifying Drivers Of Violence Against Children, Deborah Fry, Tendai C. Nhenga-Chakarisa, Noriko Izumi, Bekkah Bernheim

The Qualitative Report

Violence affecting children (VAC) is a significant global health and human rights issue. This article highlights a new qualitative methodology, the Round Robin, for understanding the drivers of violence against children. Traditionally, qualitative research exploring VAC has focused on identifying the risk and protective factors which affect the likelihood a child will experience or witness violence. In recent years, scholars have recognised the need to situate children in their socio-cultural context and consider what causes risk and protective factors; that is, what drives violence at the structural and institutional levels of society. The Round Robin methodology sits within the participatory ...


Shelter Staff Perceptions Of Physicians Seeking Services For Intimate Partner Violence, Gabriela Bagnara 2022 Loma Linda University

Shelter Staff Perceptions Of Physicians Seeking Services For Intimate Partner Violence, Gabriela Bagnara

Loma Linda University Electronic Theses, Dissertations & Projects

Research indicates there are a significant number of instances of intimate partner violence (IPV) in the United States, with current prevalence rates impacted by a substantial amount of underreporting due to stigma, difficulty disclosing, and complex love and fear of abusive partners (Breiding et al., 2014; Ellsberg & Heise, 2005; Overstreet & Quinn, 2013). A large body of IPV research exists more generally, but there is little understanding about the help-seeking behaviors of high socioeconomic status (SES) individuals within IPV shelter systems. While several studies have demonstrated the equal impact of abuse across demographic contexts (Satyen, Rogic, and Supol, 2018; Haselschwerdt & Hardesty, 2017), a larger body of research indicates lower SES and minority communities are impacted by abuse at disproportionate rates (Cunradi, Caetano, & Shafer, 2002; Panchanadeswaran & McCloskey, 2007). Most of the literature focuses on these populations, leading to a gap in understanding IPV in higher SES individuals, specifically alternative sources of support and potential barriers (Tolman & Raphael, 2000). This study aims to identify the unique needs, experiences, and assumptions of higher SES individuals, with a particular ...


Health Related Challenges Of Rural Elderly Living In Co-Residential Family Care Arrangements, Kidus Yenealem Mefteh 2022 Mizan-Tepi University

Health Related Challenges Of Rural Elderly Living In Co-Residential Family Care Arrangements, Kidus Yenealem Mefteh

The Qualitative Report

Family plays an indispensable role in the care and support of the rising number of older people particularly in developing countries like Ethiopia where the system of public transfer is minimal. Previous studies in Ethiopia focus on institutionalized and urban-dwelling elderly with little attention to the elderly in the informal care paradigm and rural areas. This study aims to explore the health-related experiences of dependent rural elderly who get care and support within a family setting. A phenomenology method was used, and in-depth interviews were employed to collect data from purposively sampled elders. Data were inductively coded and developed into ...


Blurred Lines: Understanding The Misconceptions Surrounding Sexual Consent On Campus, Nina M. Krueger 2022 Bridgewater State University

Blurred Lines: Understanding The Misconceptions Surrounding Sexual Consent On Campus, Nina M. Krueger

Honors Program Theses and Projects

This study focuses on the understanding of sexual consent in college-aged, young adults. Past research has investigated the different layers of consent, including affirmative, internal, and external consent and the role of sexual coercion in non-consensual, assault cases. These aspects of consent are not commonly discussed in high school level sexual education classes (Walsh et al. 2019). States also have differing laws and statutes when it comes to what does and does not constitute sexual consent (Decker & Baroni 2011:1084); these are referred to as the “grey areas” of consent. These elements can make the concept of sexual consent confusing to many, as ...


Behind Closed Doors: A Look Into Access To Supportive Resources And Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence (Ipv), Ashley Lauren Holloway 2022 University of San Francisco

Behind Closed Doors: A Look Into Access To Supportive Resources And Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence (Ipv), Ashley Lauren Holloway

Master's Projects and Capstones

Introduction Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a preventable health disparity that remains an underrepresented health issue due to survivors' comfortability in reporting violence within their most intimate relationships; in addition to providers' comfortability in addressing intimate partner violence. The high prevalence of IPV-related incidents highlights the importance of early intervention to prevent victims from experiencing violence again and dying.

Methods A systematic review was conducted to look into intimate partner violence against women. Key words such as intimate partner violence or domestic violence, women, utilization of care services or services, socioecological model were searched through pubmed and other scholarly search ...


Batterer Intervention Program Evaluation: A Portland, Oregon Program Case Study, Julie M. Conner 2022 Portland State University

Batterer Intervention Program Evaluation: A Portland, Oregon Program Case Study, Julie M. Conner

University Honors Theses

This thesis will compare a literature review of the qualitative components of other known batterer intervention programs and research of what is already being done in the field to the Allies in Change curriculum written by Dr. Chriss Huffine, based out of Portland Oregon.


Climbing The Masculine Hierarchy: Examining Constructions Of Masculinity Through Incel Identities, Alyssa Jewel Davis 2022 Clemson University

Climbing The Masculine Hierarchy: Examining Constructions Of Masculinity Through Incel Identities, Alyssa Jewel Davis

All Theses

In a gender-segregated digital space known as the Manosphere, a group of men calling themselves “Incels,” or involuntary celibates, express feelings of hostility and hatred towards women. Incels hold a low position on a masculine hierarchy where the men who hold the most power in society are those who have access to women’s emotional and sexual services. Incels are characterized by feelings of entitlement to women’s services and aggrievement by their inability to access them. As a result, they often appear to fantasize about or engage in acts of violence to compensate for their lack of masculine privilege ...


Testing A Contextual Framework Of Intimate Partner Violence In Young Adults, Phoebe Tabb Hitson 2022 Old Dominion University

Testing A Contextual Framework Of Intimate Partner Violence In Young Adults, Phoebe Tabb Hitson

Psychology Theses & Dissertations

Bell and Naugle (2008) proposed a comprehensive theoretical framework that includes multiple variables hypothesized to be involved in intimate partner violence (IPV) perpetration, including distal and proximal variables. The current study (1) assessed the extent to which childhood physical abuse victimization, interparental violence, insecure attachment, accepting beliefs about violence, sexism, stress, alcohol and marijuana use, relationship satisfaction, emotion regulation, and anger management were associated with physical IPV perpetration; (2) determined whether some of these variables influenced physical IPV perpetration more than others; (3) explored the mediation of distal variables by more proximal variables in predicting physical IPV perpetration; and (4 ...


Film Women Violence, Madison R. Ross 2022 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Film Women Violence, Madison R. Ross

Masters Theses

As a condensed version of social reality, film has become a more common object of modern sociological and criminological investigation. As such, we can explore film to understand taken-for-granted as well as innovative constructions of social phenomena. Among these are gendered violence. We can use film to dig deep into its logics, elaborated in visual and narrative representations. Prior literature has analyzed crime films and the behavioral constructions within them, outlining the representations of serial homicide, rape, mass shootings and revenge. However, few studies have outlined films that do meaningful, non-voyeuristic representational work on the issue of violence against women ...


Sexual Harassment As A Narrative Contest, Christine Vossler 2022 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Sexual Harassment As A Narrative Contest, Christine Vossler

Doctoral Dissertations

This dissertation examines how stories shape both the perpetration of sexual harassment and the experiences of victims during and after sexual harassment. During and after the experience of sexual harassment, a narrative contest transpires between the harasser, victim, and others who contribute to the contest by engaging in the formal and informal conversations that follow known experiences of harassment in the workplace. I analyze 22 public statements, interviews, and investigative reports, including statements from men accused of sexual harassment, women who were sexually harassed, and bystanders. A narrative framework, including concepts of narrative believability and story credibility, is used to ...


The Effect Of Police Sub-Culture On Intimate Partner Violence Within Law Enforcement Families, Geovvany Mendez 2022 California State University, San Bernardino

The Effect Of Police Sub-Culture On Intimate Partner Violence Within Law Enforcement Families, Geovvany Mendez

Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations

Several studies have reported an increased amount of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) being caused by the Police Sub-Culture and its three constructs of Authoritarianism, Burnout and Cynicism within law enforcement families (Blumstein et al., 2012; Johnson et al., 2005; Anderson & Lo, 2011; Rose & Unnithan, 2015). IPV remains a problem within law enforcement families. And we must ask why police officers who are more embedded with the police sub-culture exhibit higher rates of IPV. We used data from Gershon’s (2000) study of police officers (n=1104) that focused on police work stress, especially on police stress-related domestic violence. And, created two multiple regressions that examined the correlation between the three constructs of police sub-culture and (a) Acts of IPV, (b) Tolerance of IPV. Similar to what has been found in previous literature, the results of the multiple regressions showed that two of police sub-cultures constructs; authoritarianism and burnout were statically significant. Our results also found that in (a) Acts of IPV, the predictor variables of Rank and Alcohol Abuse were statically significant. Contrary to what has been found previous literature, cynicism was not found significant in either of the multiple regressions. This could be in part of limitations regarding how different studies measured cynicism ...


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CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives

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Volume 5 Poster, Imelda Valdez 2022 Cal Poly Humboldt

Volume 5 Poster, Imelda Valdez

CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives

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"Teachers For Social Justice", Jasmine Chavez 2022 Cal Poly Humboldt

"Teachers For Social Justice", Jasmine Chavez

CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives

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Classroom Dynamics - Being A Brown Film Major, Abraham Montes 2022 Cal Poly Humboldt

Classroom Dynamics - Being A Brown Film Major, Abraham Montes

CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives

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I Will Always Answer “Here”, Joy Hansen 2022 Cal Poly Humboldt

I Will Always Answer “Here”, Joy Hansen

CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives

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The Note, Kimberli Pacheco 2022 Cal Poly Humboldt

The Note, Kimberli Pacheco

CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives

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Somewhere, Yet Nowhere In My High School Spanish Class, Jordan Lavant 2022 Cal Poly Humboldt

Somewhere, Yet Nowhere In My High School Spanish Class, Jordan Lavant

CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives

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