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Why Men Don't Report Domestic Abuse

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Why Men Don t Report Domestic Abuse
Introduction
Problem Statement
Today, domestic violence in the United States has been well-documented as a major social problem that has a number of adverse consequences, including threats of bodily harm, forced emotional and economic exploitation, sexual encounters as well as physical and psychological abuse (Carney, 2014). Domestic violence has also been referred to as “family violence,” “interpersonal violence," "spousal battering" and "intimate partner violence," but all of these constructs share the same foregoing controlling components (Carney, 2014). Although it goes by several different terms, domestic violence remains commonplace throughout the country and it adversely affects everyone involved irrespective gender, age, race, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, nationality or religion (Domestic violence fact sheet, 2018).
While most Americans believe that domestic violence is primarily directed against women, nearly as many men are abused each year with the same adverse outcomes (Domestic violence statistics, 2018). In…… [Read More]

References

Carney, A. Y. (2014, March/April). Incarcerated women and domestic violence. American Jails, 28(1), 36-40.

Cyprus, B. S. (2017, July/August). Rigor or reliability and validity in qualitative research: Perspectives, strategies, reconceptualization, and recommendations. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 36(4), 253-263.

Domestic violence fact sheet. (2018). NCADV. Retrieved from https://www.speakcdn.com/ assets/2497/domestic_violence2.pdf.

Domestic violence statistics. (2018). NCADV. Retrieved from https://ncadv.org/statistics.

Dutton, D. (2011, July-August). An ongoing battle: Is domestic violence really (mostly) men\\'s fault? Literary Review of Canada, 19(6), 28-32.

Karimov, F. P., Brengman, M. & Van Hove, L. (2011). The effect of Website design dimensions on initial trust: a synthesis of the empirical literature. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 12(4), 272-273.

Liebler, C. M. & Hatef, A. (2016, Winter). Domestic violence as entertainment: Gender, role congruity and reality television. Media Report to Women, 44(1), 6-9.

Men can be victims of abuse, too. (2014). The National Domestic Violence Hotline. Retrieved from http://www.thehotline.org/2014/07/22/men-can-be-victims-of-abuse-too/.