Types Of Violence
Definition: The use of force on another person to instill fear in them and to control them.
Examples of physical violence include pushing, pulling, slapping, pinching, punching, strangulation, throwing things at someone or hitting another person with an object (e.g. a book), kicking and stepping on a person.
Verbal / Emotional Violence
Definition: The use of vulgar or insulting words, put-downs or curses on another person to hurt them and cause them to feel low and unworthy.
Examples of verbal/emotional violence include rejecting or withdrawing affection or love from someone, using words or phrases like 'stupid', 'prostitute', 'idiot', 'you should just die' and so on. In the context of child abuse, it could also include ‘persistent hostility, ignoring, blaming, discriminating or blatant rejection of the child.’ (Taken from the National Stands for Protection of Children (2002), By Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports)
Definition: The use of threats to instill fear in another person and to control them.
Examples of psychological violence are the use of knife or weapons, the threat of suicide or the threat to kill or harm another person, stalking behaviours
Definition: The forcing of sexual behaviour by one person to another.
Examples of sexual violence includes forcing sex on another person, unwanted ('bad') touching or fondling of private areas of the body, exposure of a child to pornography or forcing someone to perform a lewd or sexual act.
Definition: The deliberate denial of basic needs, mainly in the context of children, the elderly and vulnerable persons like persons who are disabled or incapacitated.
Examples of neglect include failing to provide adequate food, shelter or clothing or denying an individual necessary medical care.
Definition: Behaviours that an individual use to intentionally control or dominate his intimate partner.
Examples: Using Intimidation, Using Emotional Abuse, Using Isolation, Minimizing, Denying and Blaming, Using Children, Using Male Privilege, Using Economic Abuse and Using Coercion and Threats You can find more here