2 edition of Communication and domestic violence in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Communication and domestic violence in Nigeria
Elizabeth A. Abama
|Statement||Abama, Elizabeth Anenge [and] Enighe, Jeno-Mary.|
|LC Classifications||HV6626.23.N6 A23 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 109 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||2007325074|
Domestic Violence and Death: Women as Endangered Gender in Nigeria Adebayo Anthony Abayomi*, Kolawole, Taiwo Olabode Department of Sociology, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. Abstract. Domestic violence against women is a global issue that transcends national, cultural, racial and class boundaries. Domestic violence is not exclusive to Nigeria as a study by the United States Centre for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that battery is the most common source of injury among American women. It has been discovered that 22 to 35 percent of women who visit emergency rooms in the United States are there for symptoms related to on-going : Connect Nigeria.
The news about Nigeria's biggest export, Wizkid’s, alleged domestic violence was all over the internet yesterday, July 17 and many could not . Domestic violence in Nigeria is on the up and up the statistics are daunting! According to amnesty International () a third of women in Nigeria are believed to have been subjected to physical, sexual and psychological violence carried out primarily by husbands, partners and fathers; this is terribly reprehensible. Nigeria Gender - Women | Human rights Half of Nigeria's women experience domestic violence. afrol News, 31 May - While the level of violence against Nigerian women in the home remains poorly mapped, pilot studies conclude it is "shockingly high". Up to two-thirds of women in certain communities in Nigeria's Lagos State are believed to have experienced physical, sexual or .
Types and Causes of Violence Against Women in Nigeria - - - 21 Review of Relevant Theories - - - - - - - 23 Social Learning Theory - - - - - - - 23 Table Place of residence and widespread of domestic violence - - 80 Table Age of respondents and causes of violence against women - - 81 Table Marital status of File Size: 1MB. Domestic violence and empowerment in custody and visitation cases: An empirical study on the impact of domestic abuse. Asssociation of Family and Conciliation Courts, Madison, WI. Pearson, J.(). Mediating when domestic violence is a factor: Policies and practices in court-based divorce mediation programs. Mediation Quarterly, 14, 4, - The study findings revealed that there is a negative perception of domestic violence in Nigeria; domestic violence has a negative influence of effect on women in Nigeria; based on the findings from the study, efforts should be made by the Nigerian government and stakeholders in finding a solution to domestic violence especially against women in.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedpdf Domestic violence is taken seriously here in the UK but it has been long time coming and Nigeria will have to do more to take the calls of spouses seriously and have a better way of dealing with.violence download pdf women should be passed into law and enforced.
Keywords: Violence, Women, Peace, Security, Nigeria Introduction Violence against women is widespread in the world. This is a burning issue of human rights often swept under the carpet as if it does not matter, especially in Africa and particularly in Size: KB. The data – patchy though it is – ebook that domestic violence is a serious problem, with one national demographic and health survey finding that close to a third of all of Nigerian women.