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3/21-3/23 Health Notes HEA 102-010
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cassie Ferree on Wednesday March 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HEA 102-010 at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania taught by Dina Hayduk in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Intro to Health/Wellness in Health Sciences at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
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Date Created: 03/23/16
March 21, 2016 Intimate Partner Violence or Domestic Violence - Pattern of abusive and controlling behaviors one person uses to establish and maintain power and control over another in a current or former relationship Types of Abuse - Physical - Sexual - Emotional and psychological - Economic (abuser has power, victim not allowed to have job or abuser makes more money) - Social isolation (take away friends/ family) - Stalking/ cyberstalking (current or former relationship) *abuser good at manipulating *21% of college students said they had dating violence in a current relationship *32% of college students said they had dating violence in a previous relationship *males abused also, they’re less likely to report because of the stigma behind men Warning Signs of Abuser - Family history of abuse - Verbal abuse - Quick involvement - Restraining movement - Previous abuse - Excessively jealous - Rigid expectation (non-realistic expectation) - Isolation Barriers to Seeking Help or Leaving an Abusive Relationship - Still think abuser loves them (honeymoon phase) - Religion doesn’t allow divorce - Money - Insurance - Kids - Immigration/ deportation - Threat to hurt loved ones or themselves - Isolation - Could out person (homosexual relationship) *victims have trouble leaving *worst time for victims is after the victim leaves *victims are commonly blamed Consent ‘No’ means ‘No’ Inability to say ‘no’ - Unaware (intoxication, drug or alcohol abuse) - Force – (“knife to throat”) - Child – (age 12 or under, not able to consent) - Disability – lack of mental ability - Unconscious - Coercion – “black mail” *women are classified as the gate-keeper for sexuality Seventeen Magazine – enforces girls to tease and play hard to get to get to boys - Males are socialized when she says no she means yes - Women need to learn only to no when they really mean no *Consent need to be clear and concise and explicit - Asking someone to go upstairs or back to your dorm is not a consenting statement for sex *Teach ‘yes’ means ‘yes’ consent instead of ‘no’ means ‘no’ Red Flags - Blame others - Verbal abuse and criticism (isn’t always obvious) - Isolation - Previous history - Jealousy and possessiveness - Restraining - Quick involvement - Rigid expectations and controlling Cycle of Abuse - Phase 1: tension building (walking on eggshells) - Phase 2: ABUSE occurs - Phase 3: honeymoon phase (kindness and loving behavior) *has to be a pattern, not a single event *the longer the person stays in the relationship harder for them to leave
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