From a feminist perspective, what are the shortcomings of family violence research?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:17 am ad1c9bdddf
In the first place, the article clearly revealed that the overall social position of women (Todd.S &Lundy. C 358) in society, which is still sadly much more inferior to men economically, socially, and politically, was also often attributed to the shortcomings. Inequalities that women face when "...interlocked with racism, colonialism, and class exploitation" (Todd.S &Lundy. C 328) further limited them from receiving the necessary help that they deserve and need within these interventions. Societal "patriarchy and gender inequality" (Todd.S &Lundy. C 340) reflected other evident reasons why many programs still fail and many interventions are still inadequate.
Experts further suggested that political agendas and political cutbacks (Todd.S &Lundy. C 360), especially in the form of "insider-outsider partnerships" (Todd.S &Lundy. C 352), ...
Shortcomings of family violence research are briefly determined using the attached articles in 500 words.
Article Analysis: Philosophical Assumptions and Methods
Discussion on ontological, axiological, and epistemological assumptions the researchers made in this study and the rationale for the use of a qualitative design. If you were to consult the author about using a mixed-methods or blended methods, approach, what philosophical assumptions would be made and why? What additional and revised research would you recommend? What research methods and data-collection procedures would you use that reflect a mixed-methods approach? Analyze how a mixed-methods approach would contribute to the knowledge base in the area of victimization and violence.View Full Posting Details