Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Overcoming domestic violence amid the covid-19 pandemic

Author(s): Andi Muhammad Aswin Anas, Andi Suci Wahyuni, Wiwie Heryani, Wiwie Heryani, Mutiah Wenda Juniar, Arini Nur Annisa

The outback Covid-19 pandemic has already shown destructive footprints over the entire world, among others is the potential victims of domestic violence as cases multiply during the confinement required. This study aims to determine the social correlation during the Covid -19 pandemic with the increase in domestic violence cases in Indonesia. The results show a correlation between social application and handling cases in the household. Consequently, this suspected due to the limited space for movement, which can trigger frustration and result in harsh treatment resulting in domestic violence. Strategies to overcome domestic violence must be carried out through inculcating values in the family, psychological consultation, socialization to the community and law enforcement related to domestic violence crimes.

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