Domestic violence is the behavioral pattern that is drawn towards violence and abuse The dimension of the traits could be driven by emotional, physical or economic force. However, the impact on each of the aspect is obvious under the circumstances. The explanation of the reason and the subsequent impact of the element of violence can be evaluated from the multidisciplinary approach. The various theories over the scope of domestic violence can be studied in the light of the Interdisciplinary Model of studies. The definition and influence of domestic violence under the study of social science, psychology followed by the economic influence will be studied to present an integrated Model of the Interdisciplinary Research Process Map.
- Economic - (productive capacity and income generating activities contribute to the economic development )
- Social Science - The habitual, cultural and conceptual traits at individual level.
- Psychology- The efforts to hold power and control in effect of personality traits and mental disorders.
The various approaches behind the element of domestic Violence depicts the implication, responses and interventions from different dimension to supplement the understanding of the pattern and its relevant considerations. It is only through the cultivation of a concept over the compound effect that can supplement the study with a concrete concept of the phenomenon and its subsequent impact through the lens of multiple disciplines. In particular, the domestic violence arises from the psychological developments from the social and individual settings. The phenomenon of domestic violence emasculates the quality of social service with a subsequent impact on the youth that result in vulnerability towards crimes and corruption. Hence, eventually compromising the economic growth with diminished productivity to support national development and prosperity. Therefore, over the grounds of the provided reasoning, it can be stated that ‘domestic violence is insidious for economic growth’.
In the presented scenario, youth is the most afflicted populated that is influenced by the element of domestic violence, as it is the most penetrated segments of society that is exposed to all the factors that are counted in the category of domestic violence. It includes emotional, physical, psychological, technological, financial abuse and abuse by immigration statuses as well. Such an abusive relationship that can also be claimed under domestic violence depicts the psychological aspects of the abuser who wants to have control over those he abuses with his / her behavior. Such an endeavor challenges the overall structure of the social living, as it truly contradict with the basic human right of free will and freedom that develop a certain traditional and cultural concept which inhibits social violence. Hence forth, these social settings suppress the emotional needs and serenity by developing a psychological state which apprehends the combat against abuse as obnoxious thought. The result is the regular propagation of learned helplessness which, when instilled in youth completely ruin the social system that supports economic growth. Negativity prevails in the society from the stream of youth and foster negligence, ignorance and hypocrisy across all sectors. The youth, which grows under the shadows of domestic violence integrates corruption in the economic system with a compromised level of productivity and income generating activities. Precisely, domestic violence is a factor that has the potential to hinder the socio economic development up to the level to block growth and prosperity of a nation. Hence, Necessary is the step to bring awareness and control the ailments caused by domestic violence for vigorous economic empowerment and growth at the national level.
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