DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND FAMILY VALUES: AN ANALYSIS OF MALE AND FEMALE INTIMATE PARTNER VICTIMS KIBOGA DISTRICT KAPEKE SUB COUNTY

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Domestic violence continues to be a significant social problem in our society. Consequently, various sections of society have intervened to stop the domestic violence. Several programs have been developed to protect the victims and new laws against domestic violence are being enforced. Police departments, family and criminal courts, and victim witness programs, are examples of various systems working to decrease domestic violence and protect the victim. Domestic violence research is another important component in the search for answers and the cessation of violence. Researchers add theory to the analysis of the causes of domestic violence. Through theories and research studies we can learn early detection and preventive programs. Lethal and non-lethal cases of domestic violence continue to negatively affect the lives of many people, and any contribution to its understanding and prevention is instrumental to the prevention of such societal malady.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND FAMILY VALUES: AN ANALYSIS OF MALE AND FEMALE INTIMATE PARTNER VICTIMS KIBOGA DISTRICT KAPEKE SUB COUNTY
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    Type Project
    Department Development Studies
    Project ID DVS0066
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
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    Format Microsoft Word

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