Domestic violence perpetrated against women in rural Australian communities

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Domestic violence perpetrated against women in rural Australian communities by Mind Map: Domestic violence perpetrated against women in rural Australian communities

1. Psychological suffering i.e. anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts

2. Physiological suffering i.e. cuts, bruises, trauma

3. Continual debate concerning the effectiveness and response

4. Inadequate or inaccessible support services for victims

5. Increased risk of future threatened violence

6. Exposure can affect future relationships and increase likelihood of adult offending or victimisation

7. Isolation reduce access to formal and informal support networks

8. Correlation between low socioeconomic status and increased risk of interpersonal violence DONE

9. Social acceptance of violence against women DONE

10. Childhood exposure to violent tendencies

11. Social and geographical Isolation DONE

12. Cross section of beliefs and opinions expressed by society DONE

13. Community attitudes DONE

14. Inadequate or incomplete education DONE

15. Absence of traditional family and community support systems DONE

16. Alcohol and substance abuse DONE

17. Socioeconomic status DONE

18. Conservative gender norms and Inequality DONE