Domestic Violence in Aboriginal Tribes

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Description

Domestic violence is one of the major problems facing society all over the world. It is a crime that should not happen to anybody but it always does. Despite the efforts that have been initiated at governmental and non governmental levels, domestic violence always finds its way in our homes.  Domestic violence, also referred to as domestic abuse, spousal abuse, or intimate partner abuse, can be defined as a systematic pattern of abuse that is characterized by abusive behaviors directed towards one or both  partners for people living in an intimate relationships like in marriage, dating, family, friends, or in cohabitation. In the society, domestic violence manifests itself in different forms including physical aggression like hitting, kicking, biting, shoving, throwing objects at, and others. It may also be manifested in forms of threats, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, domineering, intimidation, passive or covert abuse, economic deprivation, and in many other forms.