Outline and Assess the Argument That Power Relationships in the Family Have Fundamentally Changed
I do agree with the idea that power has been transferred from just being controlled by men to women. Overall they have changed from the traditional male dominance but there are a few areas where change has and hasn't occurred and whether it has benefited or made a difference in the family and if its equal, I will outline the common areas of violence, economic, decision, financial and domestic tasks and how they are shared out in the present family.
Domestic violence is estimated to be the most common type of violence in Britain although it is notoriously difficult to measure and document, because it takes place behind closed doors, often without witnesses. It is also difficult to define. As Scalter (2001) notes, some behaviour such as kicking and punching, is easily recognizable as violent, but behaviour such as threats, verbal abuse, psychological manipulation and sexual intimidation are less easy to categorize and may not be recognized by some men and women as domestic violence.
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