Clinical and Experimental Psychology

Maysar Sarieddine

Maysar Sarieddine


  • Review Article
    Violence against Women: A Phenomenological Perspective
    Author(s): Maysar SarieddineMaysar Sarieddine

    The issue of violence against women is considered a grave violation of human rights that occurs across race, age, culture, and religion worldwide. It includes any act or conduct that may cause death or physical, psychological, or sexual harm to women – whether in the public or private sphere – that is done solely based on gender. The issue of violence against women has been discussed, debated, lobbied, and fought for in recent decades; and much research on the incidence, reporting, and implications of such violence against women has also been conducted in many regions and countries. These concerted activist efforts led to the first declaration that recognized the need to provide women the rights to equality, security, liberty, integrity, and dignity of all human beings. Even with such global efforts, and despite the existence of laws that punish men who perpetrate violence.. View More»

    DOI: 10.4172/2471-2701.1000180

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