violence Essay Topics

Violence Against Women: a Cross-Cultural Perspective

In the text, the relationship is made between women’s subordinate status and violence against them. What are the implications of power relations and status here? How do these affect the state of the Middle East today? All throughout history, men have dealt with women as being subordinate, which is mainly due to the fact that… View Article

Media Violence

Television has been considered as part of entertainment of the society. Mass media has been recognized as the giver and provider of the information needed by the public. These two terms have too many influences and greatly affects the lives of the people in the society which make them important elements in this post modern… View Article

Intimate Partner Violence

Intimate partner violence is sometimes common in relationships, and many partners in the relationship, usually the male, will demonstrate acts of violence against his mate. There are various categories where violence falls, such as stalking, mental abuse, sexual abuse and physical abuse. We can find intimate partner violence in all groups of people which include,… View Article

Violence in the Media and how it Affects Society

The effect of media is profound and far-reaching. All over the world, the media influences our values and intrudes upon our deep-seated ideologies and beliefs. Indeed the media has been a powerful force in influencing people’s perceptions, and more importantly, their behavior as well. Business, politicians, and showbiz personalities pay huge sums of money to… View Article

Violence of mass Media

The research involves the study of possible relationships between violence and mass media. In the study, a sample frame was obtained in order to be tested utilizing four different tests, which validates and determines possible relationships between violence and media, media preferences and age violent behavior occurrence, empathy and gender variations, and time commitment against… View Article

Violence on TV is bad for children and should be banned

Mass media influence refers to the effects the media like TV, radio, internet and magazines have on their audiences and control the way they think and behave. Media have a strong influence to the society and also form a barrier between the society and the outside world. Children who view violent programs on TV tend… View Article

Violence in the NBA

Violence in the NBA is spontaneous as well as erroneous. Due to its competitive and physical style of play, players usually get involved in altercations which eventually lead to a free-for-all brawl which is unbecoming of a sport that is known to produce gentlemen of finesse and prestige on and off the court. Each ruckus… View Article

Violence in the Public Schools

School has, until recently, been a safe place for children. Parents didn’t worry about their children encountering gun and other weapon violence when they dropped them off at school. Children weren’t scared of attending school nor were they afraid of any specific students. Times have changed with the recent increase in violence in public schools…. View Article

Crime Against Women

Although, women may be victims of all kinds of crime, be it cheating, murder, robbery, etc., yet the crimes in which only women are victims and which are directed specifically against them are characterised as “crime against women”. Broadly, crimes against women are classified under two categories: (1) Crimes under the Indian Penal Code (IPC),… View Article

Psychology of Adulthood and Aging

Introduction       Relationship varies in people and among different issues involved. Indeed no man is an island and you are what you are today because of how people made influences to you. Maintaining a good relationship is vital in every man’s life. It serves as inspiration and a driving force to succeed in every career… View Article

Media Violence

Introduction    A number of psychological problems are surfacing these days, especially concerning the younger generation. The open viewer ship of television, movies & playing video games instill young children with the aggression & violent energy of the show. It has been deduced through extensive research that children who view more media violence are more… View Article

Violence in Media: No Problem or Promotes Violence in Society

Many people believe the media is to blame for young children growing up becoming murderers, thieves, and even rapists, but on the contrary, they forget to realize violence was a big part of our civilization way before anyone learned to write. Because of this belief, the government took action and put up restrictions and rules… View Article

Psychopathology And Traumas

Abstract             This paper is a literature review of studies and discussions of the effect of various stressors to children, such as violence, sexual abuse, and trauma. There are also some articles that explain how the human brain processes and adapts to these various factors. The goal of all these articles is to understand and… View Article

Community Assessment

A community assessment gives emphasis on evaluating agencies, community members and systems so as to learn more about circumstances within such community. The goal of community assessment is to gather pertinent information from a personal walk or drive through the community, from different people and groups within the community as well. This paper will focus… View Article

Stakeholder Influences on Programs

Peace Domestic Violence Agency’s mission is to reduce victim trauma, empower survivors, and promote recovery through direct services. PDVA is committed to reducing the incidence of sexual assault and domestic violence through education and strives to challenge societal norms and beliefs that condone the perpetuate violence in the community. Stakeholders and the influence they have… View Article

Historical Background of Victimology

I. Introduction The nature and extent of victimization is not adequately understood across the world. Millions of people throughout the world suffer harm as a result of crime, the abuse of power, terrorism and other stark misfortunes. Their rights and needs as victims of this harm have not been adequately recognized. The UN General Assembly… View Article

Violent Media

Violent media is inevitable in our daily lives. In recent years, the popular media seem to have become increasingly violent. Whenever you turn on the TV, read the newspaper or comic books and also when you play video games you can easily find that violence is one of the most popular forms of entertainment. Some… View Article

Police Response to Domestic Violence

In 2005, the Bureau of Justice Statistics reported that 1,181 females were killed by an intimate partner. That means everyday, 3 women are killed as a result of domestic violence. These overwhelming statistics also state that out of all the women murdered in the United States, one out of three of the murders are the… View Article

The Logic in Violence

There cannot be anything as far removed from reason and sanity than the concept of violence, which all at once evokes actions and deeds produced by a primal response to a specific event. It is often associated with the behavior of animals, who mostly have not had the benefit of education, value-formation, and faith. But… View Article

Talking About Jane Eyre : the Red Room & John Reed

Jane is a character repeatedly subjected to violence and hatred from her adoptive family, The Reeds. Her experiences are scary and abuse her body and her mind and eventually shape her into who she will become later in her life. She is also often undermined and taken advantage of and therefore made to feel small… View Article

Violence at Sporting Events

Sport is the biggest form of entertainment in the world. Large crowds fill stadiums to watch their favourite team battle the opposing enemy. Passionate fans can often take their enthusiasm too far, which can cause violence and mayhem. I believe that overpopulated crowds at any event attract violence and hooligans but it does need to… View Article

Violence Against Women In India

On December 16, a 23 year-old woman in Delhi, was gang-raped and almost left for death by six men in a moving bus. More shocking – this was the 636th rape in Delhi in 2012, according to the “reported” figures available with the National Crime Records Bureau. In Bangalore, two days after the Delhi rape,… View Article

Why War?

For many years, wars have been in the world. War in any large scale, causes violence and conflict. Although nowadays the meaning of the war is changing, the importance of war is the same. Samuel indicates in his article ‘WAR’ that “War is a state of conflict involving two or more groups of creatures attacking… View Article

Effects of Media Violence on Children and Family

The National Television Violence Study defines “media violence as an overtly depiction of credible threat of physical force intended to physically harm an animate being or group of beings” (Bartholow, Dill, Anderson, & Lindsay, 2003, p. 3). Violent portrayal on television, video games, music videos, films or the Internet informs children that people are revengeful… View Article

Violence Prevalence

Adolescent dating and dating violence prevalence has experienced an upsurge in recent years. According to Handbook of Violence, “Dating violence can be defined as physical assault or acts of bodily harm, including psychological and emotional abuse, verbal or implied that take place in private or in social situations. ” (Rapp-Paglicci et al. , p. 34)… View Article

What Can I Do to Make This Country a Better Place to Live in?

Environmental abuse, violence, crimes, territorial issues, child abuse, prostitution, and poverty. Our country is facing a lot of crises and dilemma. These problems arise and pose risk in our lives. With all of these alarming incidence, is our country still a better place to live in? It is an honor for me to be chosen… View Article

Brooklyn Cop by Norman MacCaig

“Brooklyn Cop” written by Scottish poet Norman McCaig, is a poem that conveys a police officer in Brooklyn to be an aggressive yet affectionate man. Throughout the poem McCaig uses word choice and imagery techniques to express the dual sided nature of the cop. We see that the way he behaves on the streets of… View Article

Violence in Sports – an Ethical Perspective

Violence in sport has become far too commonplace. Aggressive sports such as football and hockey involve many aggressive tactics; however far too often do these aggressive tactics become overshadowed by deliberate acts of violence with the intent to cause bodily harm to an opponent. Many professional and non-profession athletes, as well as coaches, have adapted… View Article

Domestic Violence

There are many theories out there that try to explain why domestic violence happens. Some like family violence theory say that it is passed down through the family because basically what you see is what you will do. Others say it’s a chemical imbalance or its based on other things. I believe that it is… View Article

A Crazy Love Story

Domestic violence in today’s society has become common and normalized in the United States. When people think of domestic violence, they go straight for physical violence against women. But according to “domesticviolence.org;” Domestic violence and emotional abuse are behaviors used by one person in a relationship to control the other. Partners may be married or… View Article