Lecture 24 - 03:05 Lecture24: Review:gaymarriage...

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03:05 Lecture 24: Conflict and Domestic Violence Review: gay marriage Martial rights and obligations The legal landscape of gay marriage Public opinion on gay rights Normative positions Formal vs. functional definition of the family Some real cases (think about these!) Preview: Conflict and Domestic Violence The all-important difference History Prevalence Explanations Conflict vs. Violence Relationship conflict inevitable Manner of resolution is key Not all conflict is necessary or constructive Domestic violence is not inevitable Conflict need not result in violence Much violence is not result of conflict Get out if you get hit Types of abuse Intimate partner violence vs. child abuse
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Verbal, psychological, physical, neglect Double Standard Problem of domestic violence often downplayed Double standard: the same violent acts considered a crime between strangers were  (are) not necessarily considered a crime within the family (ex. Spanking children, raping 
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