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Domestic Violence may be defined as violence in a domestic setting - most often within a family. This violence can be directed at any of the family members, initiated by any of the family members. The causes and effects of such violence can be rather difficult to tease out, since it can be difficult to recognize and study.
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'''Domestic violence''' may be defined as violence in a domestic setting - most often within a family. This violence can be directed at any of the family members, initiated by any of the family members. The causes and effects of such violence can be rather difficult to tease out, since it can be difficult to recognize and study.

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Domestic violence may be defined as violence in a domestic setting - most often within a family. This violence can be directed at any of the family members, initiated by any of the family members. The causes and effects of such violence can be rather difficult to tease out, since it can be difficult to recognize and study.