DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE IN SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS (Q.10)

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Domestic violence and abuse is intimidation, battery, sexual assault, or any other abusive behaviour that an intimate individual subjects to an individual as a way of controlling of controlling them (Loseke, Gelles, & Cavanaugh, 2012, p. 37). Domestic violence can happen in various forms; sexual violence, emotional abuse, psychological violence, or physical violence. The frequency, or severity of domestic violence vary from one situation to another, but the common factor in all incidences of domestic violence is that the perpetrator does it to intimidate their partner, and impose their control and power on them

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Running head: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPSDOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE IN SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS (Q.10)Students NameProfessorCourse Name/NumberInstitutional AffiliationDate of Submission1DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS2IntroductionDomestic violence and abuse is intimidation, battery, sexual assault, or any otherabusive behaviour that an intimate individual subjects to an individual as a way of controllingof controlling them (Loseke, Gelles, & Cavanaugh, 2012, p. 37). Domestic violence canhappen in various forms; sexual violence, emotional abuse, psychological violence, orphysical violence. The frequency, or severity of domestic violence vary from one situation toanother, but the common factor in all incidences of domestic violence is that the perpetratordoes it to intimidate their partner, and impose their control and power on them (Rohrbaugh,2006, p. 291).Domestic violence and abuse is a problem that can affect any individual from anycommunity, regardless of their economic status, age, gender, religion, among otherdistinguishing factors. Domestic violence and abuse is mainly characterized by emotionallyabusive or controlling behaviour. Such, however, is only a small element of the systematicpattern of dominance and control imposed on an individual (Rohrbaugh, 2006, p. 290).Domestic violence, if not stopped, can end in physical injury, and in prolonged cases, it canresult to psychological trauma, and even death in
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