Domestic Violence (Domestic Violence) Is Opposed To Human Rights (HAM) In The Village Of Ngembal Wajak

Cahyo Edi, Didik Iswahyudi

Abstract


Abstract. Families in Ngembal Wajak experiencing domestic violence problems due to lack of understanding of the concept of domestic violence itself, the two families assume that they do and who they receive is part of the vagaries of family life that had to be faced by every family. Perpetrators of family violence in Ngembal Wajak assume that what they did to his wife as a victim is a natural thing. In family life, who became head of the household is the husband, then anything related to the family economy should be based on the consent of the husband. From the research that is often the case in the family is violent physical form eg. beatings, slaps and kicks. Whereas psychological violence in the form of harsh words and cursing with harsh words.


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Keywords: Domestic Violence and Human Rights

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