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Power and Control model of Domestic Violence.

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Please check the following reference (Povey & Allen 2003) - You added in the reference list :Povey, D. and Allen, J. (2003). “Violent crime in England and Wales in J. Simmons and T. Dodd (eds) Crime in England and Wales 2002/2003”.Home Off i c e Statistical Bulletin07/03. London: Home Office.BUTthe information belowis not found in Povey & Alley 2003 (ways by which an abuser can offend his partner). Power and Control model ( A model of Domestic Violence) - yr essay copy, page 4 and 5 : The power and control model developed by Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP),...

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Please check the following reference (Povey & Allen 2003) - You added in the reference list :Povey, D. and Allen, J. (2003). “Violent crime in England and Wales in J. Simmons and T. Dodd (eds) Crime in England and Wales 2002/2003”.Home Off i c e Statistical Bulletin07/03. London: Home Office.BUTthe information belowis not found in Povey & Alley 2003 (ways by which an abuser can offend his partner). Power and Control model ( A model of Domestic Violence) - yr essay copy, page 4 and 5 : The power and control model developed by Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP), Minnesota, explains violence against women. The power and control wheel describes the type of violent behaviors and the control log describes the belief systems which support such violent behaviors. Following are ways by which an abuser can offend his partner(Povey & Allen, 2003): a.Threatening : Threatening to hurt her, leave her, commit suicide, report her to welfare, making her drop the charges and pressurizing her to do illegal things. b.Economic Abuse: Preventing her from doing her job, creating situations wherein she is forced to ask for money, give her an allowance, taking away her money, not letting her know the family income and have access to it. c.Using male privilege Making her treat like a servant, taking all the important and big decisions in the family. Acting like the king of house and acting as if h is the one who will define the roles of himself and his partner. d.Using Children Making her feel guilty about the children, using the children to relay messages and threatening to take her children away are some of the examples. e.Using Intimidation Scaring her away by using such looks, gestures and actions, smashing and breaking objects, destroying her belongings, abusing pets, showing weapons are even considered. f.Using Emotional abuse Putting her down, making her feel bad about herself, calling her names, making her feel as if she is mad, playing mind games, insulting her and making her feel guilty (Povey & Allen, 2003). g.Using Isolation Taking a control of everything, what she does, who she meets and talks to, where she goes, what she reads, restricting her external involvement, using jealousy to justify his actions. h.Minimizing, denying and blaming Pretending as if abuse is something not very serious and not considering her concerns regarding it. Saying as if no abuse had happened, saying that she was behind causing all that abuse and shifting its responsibility to her (Povey & Allen, 2003).

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The findings of this study were derived from interviews taped  in 2003 with a small group of women whose variation in age and life experience reflect a range of circumstances and attitudes within current New Zealand society. Theory was developed using grounded theory methods, where data collection and analysis were alternated in a process of constant comparison, and theory was refined with open-ended theoretical questions (Glaser and Strauss 1967). Participant variation was deliberately sought and data collection was continued until no new properties, or relationships between categories, emerged from new data. Participants were sourced from a tertiary institution, a community support agency, and through counsellor referrals. They lived in the Auckland region at the time of the study.

Participants were 10 New Zealand women who had experienced abuse from a male partner and self-assessed as having made some recovery from their experience. Participant age at interview ranged from 27 to 74 years. Duration of stay within the relationship ranged from two to 21 years, and time since separation ranged from two to 48 years. One participant identified as Maori, one as Samoan, and the other eight participants were Pakeha. Participants were recruited from secular sources, although the majority of participants in this study volunteered that they were Christian, and many had been active churchgoers.[1] Women who did not self-assess as having made some recovery were not included, and although this study shows the potential for recovery from partner abuse, this does not mean all women recover.


[1] Co-author Janice Giles co-facilitates support groups for women Protection Order applicants in both North and South Auckland and notes that women applicants are frequently committed Christians.

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