Online Violence Against Men : The Studies
This time, well see studies on various subtopics related to the Online Violence Against Men.
Gender-BasedViolence Against Men in the United States
An evaluation about gender-based violence against men has been conducted in a community in the United States. Out of 1000 men interviewed, 52.4% reported experiencing gender-based violence at some point in their lives. Male victims reported experiencing more violence than female victims.
Gender-Based Violence in Professional Context: The Effects on Victims and Offenders
A review about GBV in professional contexts A study about gender-based violence in professional contexts is important because it can provide a deeper understanding of why some practices and individuals are given a chance to commit GBV while others are not. The article discusses the effects ofGBV on victims and offenders, the different types of GBV, how to identify and prevent GBV, as well as its negative impacts on relationships and work settings.
Chimp Killer Instinct
A research about violenceoby Jane Goodallshows that chimpanzees havekiller instincts. Jane Goodall, a primatologist and co-director of the Jane Goodall Institute for Conservation Studies in Africa, has investigating chimpanzees for over 40 years, and has come to the conclusion that these animals have killer instincts. She has observed that if a chimpanzee feels Threatened or Cries for Help, it will actually hunt down and kill its target. These killer instincts were first documented in Pan troglodytes--a subsample of chimpanzees from Africa dating back to about 2 million years ago--who would attack other animals if they felt threatened. The Pan troglodyte species are thought to be the ancestor of all modern humans. Goodall also notes that when chimpanzees do experience stress or danger, their behaviors usually reflect an attempt to cope with the experience in whatever way possible. For example, if you observe one Chimpanzee playing catch with another Chimpanzee, one may seem to be grabsing at prey while the other is holding back; however, these actions actually show Potential avoidance behavior in anticipation of situations where they may not be able to catch their prey (Goodall 1993). Overall,Goodall'sstudy provides insight into chimpanzee'skiller instinct.
Sexual Violence in Men: An Overview
An evaluation about men's occupations found that the use of female partners is more common among professional specialists and those indangerous occupations. These groups are more likely to use a woman as their main partner, which is likely due to their heightened sense of risk or danger. The study also looked at family background and demographics, which could play a role in men's intimate violence habits. Overall, these studies suggest that men have an increased propensity to use female partners in many occupational settings.
Murder and Abuse against Men in Jordan
A study about male abuse in Jordan was conducted to analyze the extent and types of violence against men by women. interviews with men in Jordan showed that a significant amount of violence against men is committed by women. This study discovers that male abuse is common and is often due to various factors, including power dynamics.
Spiritual Abuse of Adult Men by Religious Superiors: A New Legacy
A study about sexual and spiritual abuse of adults in religious domains predominantly in the Catholic Church is gaining increasing scholarly attention. Two perspectives are of particular interest: spiritual abuse that happens to adults who are not able to protect themselves, and sexual abuse that happens to adult men who are protagonists in religious ceremonies. Past studies have revealed a pattern of systemic violence against male victims within religious communities, often resulting in physical and emotional abduction or exploitation. These attacks are carried out within a climate of fear and intimidation, leaving these individuals feeling negligible and unheard. This Special Issue of Religions will focus on an area of research that is increasingly drawing scholarly interest: spiritual and sexual abuse of adult men by religious superiors.
Male Victims of intimate partner violence: A literature review
A review about male victims of intimate partner violence reported that they often feel invisibility when they experience this abuse. Many men who have experienced partner violence feel like they are not wanted or wanted by their friends and family. They may feel ashamed, scared, and hated. This lack of visibility may impact male mental health in multiple ways. When men are the target of physical or psychological abuse by their partners, it can significantly affect their mental health. This can lead to feelings of worthlessness and isolation, as well as feelings of fear, Dread, and Terror.male victims who have experience partner violence commonly report feeling overwhelmingly afraid and alone at every turn (Goudreau et al., 2016). survivors may spend hours each day waiting for notifications that their abuser has left the home or is going to be arrested. even if they see their abusive partner only sporadically, they feel like they need to be safe in order to function day-to-day (Alsup et al., 2017). This lack of visibility often damages relationships between men and their partners more than anything else. It can also lead to negative mental health outcomes such as Sergej Nappis experiences of police brutality which made him a target not just because he was.
The Use of Intimate Partner Violence in Men: A Review
An article about men in intimate partner violence found that: The study found that a significant proportion of men perpetrate intimate partner violence.
Sharing Our Axe: Interpersonal Violence and Its Role in Our Lives
A study about interpersonal violence found that most victims and perpetrators have the same patterns of behavior. Most victims display aggressiveness and impulsivity, scream and resist when others try to touch them, and are often quite abusive. The most common perpetrator is someone who is deeply ashamed or embarrassed of themselves, often lash out with immediate anger and hurt. The study also found that the most effective way to deal with interpersonal violence is to have a shared understanding of it. Victims and perpetrators can then develop a plantogether that works best for them, rather than trying to do it all on their own.
Violence against Women in India: A State of Mind
A study about violence against women in the Indian state of Rajasthan found that the incidence of violence against women ranges from 16 to 82%, with a majority of violent crimes against women taking place in rural areas. The study also found that mostShieldslaw prevails when it comes to homicide rates against women, especially inland and central India town. In Rajasthan, as well as other states in India, there is a lack of action taken to address this issue. With so many tourists coming to these areas and not wanting to seeviolence, more needs to be done to try and prevention these activities.
The Emerging Forms of Violence Against Feminism
An evaluation about online abuse of feminists as an emerging form of violence against women has shown that abusers may adopt the discourse of misogyny regardless of their gender. This is not male violence so much as masculinized violence; i.e., violence that is generally perpetrated by men and boys, but may be perpetrated by men, and which draws on and generates misogynistic discourses. Abuse can take many forms, from personal insults to cyber stalking and even physical attacks. Victims often become outraged when their abusers ignore or deny their requests for protection or help, and some have even taken legal action against their attackers. feminist activists who are subjected to online abuse often feel stranded and helpless left with no one to turn to for help when things reach a level where they feel unsafe or threatened online. While it is important to take steps to protect oneself from unfair attacks online, it is also important to remember that abusers are people too, just like any other human being. We should extend our empathy towards those who experience online abuse in order to help them heal and reach out for help in a way that is respectful and caring.
Report finds challenges for male victims of domestic violence in The Netherlands
A paper about male victims of domestic violence in the Netherlands found that they face distinct challenges. Male victims reported more physical abuse than female victims, were more likely to live in an income poverty grade, and had lower levels of education.
An International Study on Violence against Women and the Use of Online Tools
An article about violence against women shows that it has entered the top 50% of journals in the field of Social Sciences with 335 papers cited a total of 858 times. This is an impressive record for a journal that was only founded in 1996. The study, by ClaireRenzetti and her team at the CSVS (Center for Research on Violence Studies), found that violence against women is a global issue, with problems existing in most countries. The widespread use of online tools to communicate knowledge about these issues makes it possible to gain new insights into the problem and sped up research.
The Associations between Depression and Intimate Partner Violence: A Systematic Review
A study about mental disorders and intimate partner violence perpetrated by men reported that the Hazard ratio of physical violence against a partner by men has ranged from 1.7 to 5.5 for depression and from 0.8 to 9.1 for anxiety disorder . Most of the evidence to date suggests some associations between disorders and IPV women, but these associations might reflect underlying confounders or reverse direction.