POLYGAMY AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AMONG FAMILIES IN BIHANGA SUBCOUNTY NTUNGAMO DISTRICT. WESTERN UGANDA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DEDICATION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

DECLARATION

APPROVAL

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iv

LIST OF FIGURES

LIST OF TABLES ix

ABSTRACT

CHAPTER ONE •. i

1.0 Introduction 1

1.1 Background ofthe Study i

1.2. Statement ofProblem 4

1.3 Purpose of the study 4

1.4 Objectives of the study 4

1.5 Research questions 4

1.6.2 Content Scope

1.6.3Timescope

1.7. Significance of the Study s

CHAPTER TWO 7

LITERATURE REVIEW 7

2.0 Introduction 7

2.1 Forms of domestic violence among families 7

2.2 Causes of domestic violence among families 11

2.3 The effects ofpolygamy 17

CHAPTER THREE 20

METHODOLOGY 20

3.0 Introduction 20

3.1 Research Design 20

3.2 Study population and Sample Size 20

3.3 Sampling techniques 21

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3.4 Research procedure .21

3.5 Data collection instruments 21

3.5.1 Self administered questionnaire 22

3.5.2 Interview guide 22

3.6 Ethical considerations 22

3.7 Data analysis 22

CHAPTER FOUR 23

DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF FINDINGS 23

4.0 Introduction 23

4.1.1 Findings on the demographic information 23

4.1.2 Findings on Age bracket ofrespondents 23

4.1.3 Findings on level of education 24

Source: primary data 24

4.1.4 Findings on working experience in the organization 25

4.2 Findings on the Forms of domestic violence among families 26

4.2.1 Findings on Intimate Terrorism as a form of Violence 27

4.2.2 Findings on the Violent Resistance 27

4.2.3 Findings on Mutual Violent Control 28

4.2 The different Forms of Domestic Violence against Women 28

4.3 Causes of domestic violence 30

4.4 The effects of Domestic violence 30

CHAPTER FIVE 31

DISCUSSIONS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 31

5.0 Introduction 31

5.1 Discussions ofthe Study 31

5.1.1 The different forms of domestic violence 31

5.1.2 Causes of domestic violence 32

5.1.3 The effects of domestic violence 33

5.5 Conclusions 33

5.6 Recommendations based on findings 34

5.7 Suggestions for Further Research 34

REFERENCES 36 

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 To establish the relationship between polygamy and domestic violence among families in Bihanga sub-county. The objectives of the study were to identify various forms ofdomestic violence among families in Bihanga sub-county, to establish the relationship between polygamy and domestic violence among families in Bihanga sub-county and to establish the possible measures to minimize domestic violence among families in Bihanga sub-county The study used descriptive kind of research design and this design helped in understanding the relationship between polygamy and domestic violence among families in Bihanga sub-county, Bihanga sub-county, Ntungamo district. The design used both qualitative and quantitative methods. Qualitative method included use of respondents’ responses as themes were developed based on the research questions. However, ~quantitative approach involved the use of descriptive statistics generated with frequency tables, graphs, and Charts. The researcher got an introduction letter from the Dean faculty of Socio-Economic Sciences seeking permission to conduct the study. This letter was presented to the respondents in the study area for permission to conduct the study. Once the permission is granted, the researcher distributed the questionnaires to the respondents in addition to interviewing them. The study used the following data collection methods and tools during data collection at the time of the study as the researcher used both primary and secondary data as explained below:-Self-administered questionnaire were used to collect primary data where by a set of predetermined questions were designed to collect data from community members who were used both men and women. In a polygamous society, the age of marriage was lower for females than in a monogamous society. With a relative scarcity of possible mates of their own age, men seek wives among women of younger ages. Early marriage in turn leads to much higher rates of reproduction. Rather than delaying marriage and childbearing until their twenties or thirties, women marry and have children as teenagers. In modern social conditions, teen motherhood is detrimental for both these young women and their families. Basing on the findings of the study the researcher suggested the following areas for further study:- Polygamy and alcohol linked to physical abuse in African, the role of polygamy in social economic development of women in Ntungamo District.

POLYGAMY AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AMONG FAMILIES IN BIHANGA SUBCOUNTY NTUNGAMO DISTRICT. WESTERN UGANDA
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