Children’s Direct Exposure to Types of Domestic Violence Crime: A Population-based Investigation, an article that discussed how often did child witnessing domestic violence at home and the impact it gives them. The data are collected from the “domestic violence database of a large county police department in the Northeast” (Fantuzzo & Fuzco, 2007, p. 545). Those data are obtained by law enforcement inve...
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...guing, and power and control” (Lee & Walters & Hall, 2013, p. 88). The result of the survey revealed men with a history of CFV and men without it have a significantly difference on Substance Abuse-Related Relationship Problems, and fighting. In addition, data showed that men with a CFV history were more likely to commit drug abused relationship problems. Other results reported they were more aggressive towards women, more often to express anger, and expressing greater desire to control their partner than those without a CFV history. Also, perpetrators were more likely to feel that they are being threatened with physical violence in certain situations than those without CFV history. This study found that Childhood Family Violence (CFV) have a strong effect towards men perpetrators, leading them to commit an Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) (Lee & Walters & Hall, 2013).
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