Punching, Shoving, Slapping, Biting,
Probability Damage More than three million children
David Lawnson & Dawn Berry
Men like to feel and be in charge.
Kathleen K. Furniss
Religious traditions is justifications for male dominance. This perspective can lead to problems with power and abuse of power.
Having the ability to persuade one into doing something for your own benefits or pleasure.
Court of justice Penalty Incarceration Gain knowledge Accountability
Illinois State Police
70% of abusers are not arrested for their crime. Only 1/3 of men who commit acts of domestic violence are punished and held accountable for their actions Don Faggiani
90% of victims had reported at least one prior incident of abuse. Women who leaves increase their chances to be killed by 75%.
Dawn Berry & Phillip Jenkins
Taken into custody Order of Protect Court day issued A warrant issued Prison time
Victim gets beaten worse Victim’s family is in danger Children are harmed Victim needs hospital care Victim dies
Illinois State Police
Deeply rooted knowledge Taught that abuse is good “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old he will not depart from it.”
Rev. Leon White & Holy Bible
Stable home Abusive household Statistics say probability Free will: Choice
Richard Gelles & Murray Straus
An average student
Victim, child and abuser + treatment and counseling = better people Craig Chalquist
Child, Victim, And Abuser
CYCLE CEASE NOW!
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