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  1. Introduction
  2. Domestic violence
  3. Nicole Brown- Simpson
  4. Human altruism
  5. Four elements of persuasion
  6. Conclusion

Domestic violence is a serious problem that can occur to any person despite maturity, ethnicity, age, male, or female. Domestic violence dramatically affects the victim and the families of the victim, coupled with society. The account of domestic violence has left a disturbing finger print that has showed its ugly face on society. Additionally, there will be an inspection of the essentials of influence that abet the consciousness and deterrence of this despicable and predatorily violence from person to person. By increasing awareness of domestic violence in today's society, affected individuals will be afforded a sense of understanding and will exist better by having ways of preventing it from happening to them. Domestic violence did not just begin today. Domestic violence is more prevalent than people know. The subject has been around for a long time, people just hid it well. Mounting alertness of this crime in present-day culture will give individuals the possibility to be attentive and the means to avoid it from ever happening to them or others.

Domestic violence will be illustrated in many diverse categories of aggressive associations, for example, there could be the category of child, emotional, marital, and even the abuse of the elderly. This term is used to illustrate an affiliation among two mature adults where one of the associates employs physical or mental attacks to emphasize authority and power. The way that this crime involves psychosomatic, financial, and sexual abuse makes it very crushing to the individual who suffers under it. A lengthy past of domestic violence is seen but only in recent times has it grow to be recognized with a public healthiness concern (WebMD, 2011).

[...] With the subject of domestic violence, the communication there is incredibly obvious. It is a strong belief that there is no one or very few who would realistically have a voice to be pro-domestic violence. The subject's proceedings concurring with altruistic behavior is the question asked by Myers. He reciprocates that altruism is a drive that amplifies someone else's wellbeing without having an aware view for the individual's egotism. How would be asked does an individual propel the communication on the subject one would ask. [...]


[...] Many times mere onlookers took matters to stop a scene of domestic violence by giving aid to the victim. This category of actions would also be related to an individual risking his or her own life to rescue a downing individual who he or she does not even know. One way of depicting altruistic behavior is to see it as the individual destructive behavior executed to the advantage of another. Employing this as a measure to human quality, organically, and cognitively it in point of fact is progressive individual concentration, not to be constituted as action of altruism (Taflinger, 1996). [...]


[...] Domestic violence did not just begin today. Domestic violence is more prevalent than people know. The subject has been around for a long time, people just hid it well. Mounting alertness of this crime in present-day culture will give individuals the possibility to be attentive and the means to avoid it from ever happening to them or others. Domestic violence will be illustrated in many diverse categories of aggressive associations, for example, there could be the category of child, emotional, marital, and even the abuse of the elderly. [...]

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