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  1. Grade 12 Family StudiesRelationship Violence “The family is both the most loving and supportive of human groups and also by far the most violent group or institution.” -Child at Risk Report: Government of Canada

  2. Table of Contents • Definitions • Forms of Relationship Violence • Violence Against Women • Types of Abusers • Dating Violence • Spousal Violence • Child Abuse Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  3. Objectives • GLO 1.2.1 Identify and describe the forms of relationship violence and abuse. Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  4. Definitions • Violence • Abuse Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  5. Forms of Relationship Violence Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  6. Female victims Spousal Abuse Typical Characteristics Violence Against Women Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  7. More Likely to Occur • New relationships • Younger People • Common Law • Rural or Isolated Areas • Immigrant Women • Physically Challenged/Disabled Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  8. Why Do Partner’s Stay? • Commitment to the Care Giving Role • Fear of the Consequences of Leaving • Feeling Powerless Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  9. Types of Abusers • The “reactors” • The “entitled” • Overwhelmed by events • Neurologically or Psychologically ill Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  10. Dating Violence Figure 1- Girls in a Steady Dating Relationship Source: Klinic Community Health Centre, Winnipeg MB, 2005 Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  11. More Dating Violence Facts… • 15 years old • Home or Car • Jealously • Boys they know • Drinking & Drugs http://www.kcdvtf.org Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  12. Signs of Dating Violence http://www.wordle.net/. Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  13. Earlier than later Stay or be Alone Get Out NOW Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  14. Date Rape • Without mutual consent • Alcohol or Date-Rape Drugs • Blackouts, disorientation, memory loss Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  15. Spousal Violence • Private family matter • Hidden crime • Some improvements Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  16. Repeat incidents of spousal abuse rarely reported: StatsCan http://www.cbc.ca Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  17. Poverty Inadequate housing Unemployment Acceptance of violence Stress Verbal aggression Misguided way of resolving conflicts Depression Factors the Contribute to Spousal Abuse Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  18. Primary Prevention Programs Secondary Prevention Programs Tertiary Prevention Programs www.canada.justice.gc.ca Prevention Strategies Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  19. Societal Consequences • Enormous economic implications • $4.2 billion per year • $871,908,583.00 per year. www.canada.justice.gc.ca Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  20. “We have less control over others and more power over ourselves than we like to think.” Stephen Vizinczey Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  21. Child Abuse • Physical, emotional, sexual abuse & neglect • First laws 1800s • Children are not property of parents • No right to physically punish children • Child abuse registries • No central child abuse registry. Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  22. Reasons for Low Reporting Rates • Child abuse is a secret • Children are afraid or too young • Abuse continues • Suspected abuse should be reported. • Reasons for injuries are believable. • Not their business Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  23. Increased recently Social service providers strained Typically unwanted Strict discipline 3 – 8 years old Cold Hard Facts Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  24. Short and Long Term Effect of Abuse • Developmental delays • Suicidal thoughts • Difficulties forming close relationships • Less economic success • Increased risk to be abusive • Difficulty trusting intimate partners Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  25. Response to Child Abuse No standard definition of child abuse • Protocol: • Remove the child • Provide treatment • Re-educate the parents Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  26. Funding for social services Transition housing Counseling Family courts vary “No social problem is as universal as the oppression of the child.”Maria Montessori Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  27. Art From Abused Children There has to be hope. http://www.youtube.com/ Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth

  28. References • www.canada.justice.gc.ca • http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2006/07/13/spousal-abuse.html?ref=rss • Child at Risk Report: Government of Canada • Senior 4 Family Studies(40S) A Course for Distance Learning 2005 Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth • http://www.kcdvtf.org/05-respect_posters_DATINGVIOLENCE1.jpg • Klinic Community Health Centre, Winnipeg MB, 2005 • http://www.wordle.net/ • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVbkz_3lO3c Relationship Violence - 2005 MB Education Citizenship & Youth