Meta Analysis Of Domestic Violence

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We as humans need to come together and become one and help shine a light on the silent killer known as Domestic Violence. By doing this we can bring more awareness of the matter and help bring an end to the blind eye of the topic.
Men, woman and children are falling in the hands of domestic violence due to the experience, trauma and growing up in the community of violence. Children who experience trauma due to witnessing or being victim of the matter tends to fall victim again as an adult. Children without proper care or counseling are at Physical, Emotional and Development risk due to the effects of domestic violence (Hornor,2005).
Due to non-counseling or care some children grow up with the characteristics of the abuser. The prevalence of
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Taken together, this meta-analysis reveals that domestic violence interventions have a significant and positive impact on the well-being of those who participate. Analysis of individual effect sizes was assessed to determine whether treatment differed according to the focus of the outcome measure employed: (a) external stress (behavioral problems, aggression, results. However, when the treatment focuses on domain specific self-esteem such as safety self-esteem (Hughes et al., 2010) or career self-efficacy (Chronister & McWhirter, 2006; Davidson, Nitzel, Duke, Baker, & Bovaird, 2012), the results are much more consistently positive and significant.
Many may ask why they just won’t leave or what might be the reasoning for them staying. One must understand the power of domestic violence and the hold it has on the victims. Domestic violence comes in different forms and different ways Such as Controlling, Coercive, Threatening behavior, violence or abuse. Also, the abuse can encompass, but is not limited to the following types of abuse: Psychological, Physical, Sexual, Financial or Emotional. (Home Office,
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Please help bring light onto this topic and silent killer we know as Domestic Violence.

References:
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Feroz, U., Jami, H., & Masood, S. (2015). Role of Early Exposure to Domestic Violence in Display of Aggression among University Students. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 30(2), 323-342.
Hackett, S., McWhirter, P. T., & Lesher, S. (2016). The therapeutic efficacy of domestic violence victim interventions. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 17(2), 123-132. doi:10.1177/1524838014566720
Bottoms, B. L., Peter-Hagene, L. C., Epstein, M. A., Wiley, T. A., Reynolds, C. E., & Rudnicki, A. G. (2016). Abuse characteristics and individual differences related to disclosing childhood sexual, physical, and emotional abuse and witnessed domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 31(7), 1308-1339.

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