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I have to finish up some work for last years sociology AS level and i have not got the study on Dobash & Dobash - domestic violece. I was wondering if anyone could summerise the study for me on here.

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i'm doing sociology AS this year and just finished the domestic violence topic. here are my notes that i have on Dobash & Dobash:

Dobash & Dobash looked at police records in Scotland and found examples of wives being slapped, raped and killed by their husbands.
They state that...
- violent incidents could be set off by what a husband sees as a challenge to authority.
-marriage legitimises un-equal power as the wife becomes dependant.

I hope this helps you. I know it's not much, but still, it could come in useful.
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Thanks a lot! This is helpful
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thanks man, i have a test on this topic today and this is exactly what i was looking for
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