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Alcohol And Family Violence Alcohol And Family Violence Andrea Williams BSHS 406 June 3, 2016 Debby Machold 1
Alcohol And Family Violence Alcohol and Family Violence The affiliation between alcohol and family violence can be complicated. For what I have gathered from this course I have noticed a collation with “family violence that alcohol and drugs are the major causes of domestic abuse”. In a different perspective, everyone has a different outlook, and one of them is that some abusers will rely on alcohol use for their excuse for becoming violent. Individuals who have been abused will give a real reason for their offensive performance as the outcome of the alcohol. “While an abuser's use of alcohol may have an effect on the severity of the abuse the abuser will justify their actions.” (Minnesota Advocates For Human Rights 2003), “states that an abuser does not become violent because drinking causes him to lose control of his temper. As described more fully in the section on theories of violence, domestic violence is used to exert power and control over another; it does not represent a loss of control.” Once we have a full concept and knowledge of studies that have been explained, then the understanding of alcohol and family violence relationship can, help us to plan interventions that can increase the protection and aid individual to decide on non-violence. Alcohol and domestic violence should be well implement for the knowledge and then treated as dependent problems. Studies have indicated that parent alcohol abuse and parent domestic violence will rise the probabilities that their children will develop into an alcoholic or an abuser. Historical Perspective On How Alcohol And Family Violence Have Been Impacted By Legislative Changes Implementation of laws is the way that the historical perspective on how alcohol and family have been affected. At one time there was no age limit on who can buy on consume alcohol. In 1984 our Congress passed the law on the minimum legal drinking age of twenty-one 2
Alcohol And Family Violence “It shall be unlawful for any person less than twenty-one years of age to attempt to purchase, consume, possess, or transport beer, mead, cider, or table wine produced for personal use.” It

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