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The National Crisis in Domestic Homicide
Data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics tell us that in the United States, more than 1,000 women and more than 300 men are killed annually due to intimate partner violence. At one time, these numbers were roughly even. This was before womens shelters and other services for female victims were introduced to provide an alternative avenue of escape. This factthat domestic violence services are saving the lives of more men than womenis little noted. In any case, today, men clearly are more likely to kill their partners than women are to kill theirs.
The character of the homicide differs by gender as well. Men who kill women typically show a pattern of long-term battering and threatening behavior. Interviews with men convicted of partner homicide bear this out, as well as interviews with women who survived attempted murder (see David Adams Why Do They Kill? Men Who Murder Their Intimate Partners).
Women who kill the men in their lives, in contrast, are more often victims than victimizers. We learn this from Roberts interviews comparing a sample of 105 women who had been convicted of killing their partners and were serving prison time with an equal sample of battered women from the community. Roberts found that virtually all the women in prison had a history of being battered and receiving death threats. In contrast to the comparison group, the majority of the female prisoners had a history of sexual and substance abuse, had attempted suicide, and had access to the batterers guns.
Consider the personal narrative of Alicia, who in this excerpt from her story describes the buildup to murder: Alcohol always triggered it. He was an alcoholic. If he didnt use me as a punching bag, he would destroy personal property. I had bruises all over my body, black eyes, and choke marks. Sometimes I would fight back, and it would only make it worse. Alicia also suffered a miscarriage as a result of falling down the stairs when her husband was chasing her to continue an assault. In her own words:
he tried to kill me. I was late coming home from work, and he called me a liar, this, that, and the other thing. He was drunk and drugged out.
Research confirms that during the time of pregnancy and shortly after giving birth, women are highly vulnerable to domestic violence. In fact, according to the Family Violence Prevention Fund, women are more likely to be victims of homicide at the hands of their partners during this time than to die of any other cause. Throughout the world, pregnancy is a period of high risk for both battering and homicide.
Risk factors that emerge from the research literature based on interviews with surviving family members are the female partners attempts to break off the relationship, the abusers lack of employment compounded by a lack of education, no police arrest for a prior assault, and having a child in the home who is not the partners biological child. Other factors that can help predict homicide are an abusers use of illicit drugs and access to firearms. The psychological profile of a killer-batterer is of a man who was chronically abused by his father as a child and who is extremely possessive of his partner whom he controls economically and through threats of violence.
The National Crisis in Domestic Homicide / Aile İçi Cinayette Milli Kriz
Data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics tell us that in the United States, more than 1,000 women and more than 300 men are killed annually due to intimate partner violence. /Adalet İstatistik Bürosundan gelen veriler bize, ABD’de, binden fazla kadın ve üçyüzden fazla erkeğin her yıl, eşinden şiddet görmesi sebebiyle öldürüldüğünü söylemektedir.
At one time, these numbers were roughly even. This was before women’s shelters and other services for female victims were introduced to provide an alternative avenue of escape. / Bir zamanlar bu sayılar aşağı yukarı eşitti. Bu, kadın koruma evleri ve diğer hizmetlerin olay mahallinden bir kaçış alternatifi sunmak için kadın mağdurlara tanıtılmasından önceydi.
This fact—that domestic violence services are saving the lives of more men than women—is little noted. / Bu, aile içi şiddet hizmetlerinin kadınlardan daha çok erkeklerin hayatını koruduğu gerçeği çok az önemsendi.
In any case, today, men clearly are more likely to kill their partners than women are to kill theirs. / Bugün, herhangi bir olayda, açıkça, erkeklerin eşini öldüreceği kadınlardan daha çok olasıdır.
The character of the homicide differs by gender as well. / Cinayetin karakteri cinsiyete göre de farklılık gmsterir.
Men who kill women typically show a pattern of long-term battering and threatening behavior. / Kadınları öldüren erkekler tipik olarak uzun dönemli dövmek ve tehdit davranışı gösterir.
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