Child abuse often coexists with intimate partner violence. However, limited studies incorporate both phenomena in a single study. Moreover, the examination of female-on-male violence is an important development. Hence, an intrinsic case study of domestic violence is presented to provide insights regarding the nature and impact of female-perpetrated violence. The research approach was qualitative and demonstrated that a model for abusive behavior seems to be similar for both sexes. The data revealed theoretical trends such as the reality of an intergenerational transmission of violence into adulthood, as well as abusive partners presenting with borderline traits.
Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-(AOSIS Open Journals, 2017-01-31)
Peter Brown describes Late Antiquity as ‘a world characterized by a chilling absence of legal
restraints on violence in the exercise of power’. Among numerous studies investigating
structural and institutional violence ...
Nkosi, N.G.; Van der Wath, Anna Elizabeth(Unisa Press, 2012)
The World Health Organization (WHO, 2001:1) views domestic violence as the world's most prevalent form of human rights violation with devastating effects on both the physical and mental well-being of these victims, mostly ...
The calling of the church is to follow Christ (imitatio Christi). What does this calling
entail? Following Žižek’s and Derrida’s interpretation of Benjamin’s interpretation
of law and violence, the paper will argue that ...