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International Journal of Home Science

2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 2, PART E

A case study of domestic violence against women and girls

Author(s): Shivangi and Divyarani Hansda
Women and Children are frequently in incredible peril in where they ought to be most secure: inside their families. For some, 'house' is the place they face a system of fear and brutality because of someone near them–someone they ought to have the option to trust. Those deceived endure genuinely and mentally. They can't settle on their own choices, voice their own suppositions or ensure themselves and their Children because of a paranoid fear of further repercussions. Their human rights are denied and their lives are taken from them by the ever-present danger of savagery. In any case, progress has been moderate since mentalities are profoundly dug in and, somewhat, in light of the fact that successful methodologies to address abusive behavior at home are as yet being characterized. Subsequently, ladies overall keep on anguish, with gauges shifting from 20 to 50 percent from nation to nation.
Pages: 235-237  |  166 Views  50 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Shivangi, Divyarani Hansda. A case study of domestic violence against women and girls. Int J Home Sci 2020;6(2):235-237.

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