Flashcards in Lesson 8 Deck (17):
What is the definition of domestic violence?
Any assault, including sexual assault, or other criminal acts that lead to personal injury or death of one or more family members or roommates by other person living in the same house or who has lived in the same house.
What are the three keywords in domestic violence?
Violence, family circle, victim
What are the types of violence?
financial exploitation (uitbuiting)
How many percent of the murdered women lived with partner violence?
How many percent of partner violence are men and how many women?
10-69 % women.
7,3- 32 % men.
True or false? the percentage of physical violence among adolescense is 10-20%
In physical violence among adolescents are more male victims than female. True of false?
True or false? Among adolescents, are more female victims in sexual violence than male.
What are the basic problems in PV wihtin family?
1. Misinterpretation of social cues. 2. Assertiveness. 3. Limited problem solving capacities.
What are the three typologies of PV?
1. Family only. 2. Disphoric/borderline. 3. Antisocial.
Which typology of abusers has a criminal history and has psychopatic traits?
The antisocial typology
What makes detecting who began the PV so hard?
Because many victims are going to be abusers as well. If the man hits the woman, at a certain point she can become agressive too, so they're beating up each other.
Why is PV increasing in among elderly?
Because dementia people get agressive. They can not express themselves anymore --> they want to control by beating the other.
What is the bias of hostile attribution (vijandige attributiebias)?
People have the tendency to see things in a negative way. VB: when the food is cold: this is on purpose. they are paranoid
What happens often when a man is being bullied at work?
He starts beating up his wife at home, because there he is the boss.
What are the levels of risk factors of abusers + explain
Micro: Direct environment. Risk factors: Emotional/verbal violence, forced sexual activities, relational satisfaction.
Macro: culture, beliefs (overtuigingen)
Exo: Social structures. Risk factors: stress, life, career
ontogenic: development. Risk factors: Positive attitude towards violence and drugs/alcohol