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Factors Contributing to Domestic Violence


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1 Institute of Public Law, Faculty of Law, Pan-European University, Bratislava, Slovakia
 

The search for possible solutions and tools to fight domestic violence always ends up with searching for the causes of this negative phenomenon. To answer what causes domestic violence turns out as a challenging issue. Knowing the causes of domestic violence could be the key to the elimination of domestic violence from our society. Etiology is a partial component of criminology that focuses on the discovery and investigation of the causes of criminal behavior in individuals. Knowing the causes of crime as such is in itself a very demanding process. The cause creates a casual relationship between phenomena which are unchangeable. The causes of violent behavior in domestic violence have never been accurately and unequivocally proven. For this reason, it is more appropriate to identify and investigate criminogenic factors of criminal behavior. These are factors, which in themselves, or in a combination of them, support, enable, incite, facilitate the emergence or development of criminal behavior.


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Domestic, Violence, Behavior, Etiology, Reasons.
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Authors

Marcela Tittlová
Institute of Public Law, Faculty of Law, Pan-European University, Bratislava, Slovakia
Peter Papáček
Institute of Public Law, Faculty of Law, Pan-European University, Bratislava, Slovakia

Abstract


The search for possible solutions and tools to fight domestic violence always ends up with searching for the causes of this negative phenomenon. To answer what causes domestic violence turns out as a challenging issue. Knowing the causes of domestic violence could be the key to the elimination of domestic violence from our society. Etiology is a partial component of criminology that focuses on the discovery and investigation of the causes of criminal behavior in individuals. Knowing the causes of crime as such is in itself a very demanding process. The cause creates a casual relationship between phenomena which are unchangeable. The causes of violent behavior in domestic violence have never been accurately and unequivocally proven. For this reason, it is more appropriate to identify and investigate criminogenic factors of criminal behavior. These are factors, which in themselves, or in a combination of them, support, enable, incite, facilitate the emergence or development of criminal behavior.


Keywords


Domestic, Violence, Behavior, Etiology, Reasons.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15759/ijek%2F2018%2Fv6i2%2F178175