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Research Paper | Social Science | India | Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018
Violence against Women: Use Technology to Protect Women or Girl in Problematic Situation
Abstract: Few topics today draw the attention of researchers in social science, government, planning groups, social workers and reforms as the problems of women do. One important problem relating to women who have been greatly ignored and shunned is the problem of violence against women. The problem of violence against women (VAW) is not new. The history of violence against women remains vague in the scientific literature. This is in part due to the fact that many kinds of VAW (specifically rape, sexual assault, and domestic violence) often go unreported or under-reported, often due to societal norms, taboos, stigma and the sensitive nature of the subject. It is widely recognized that even today, a lack of reliable and continuous data is an obstacle in having a clear picture of VAW, so a historical picture of violence against women becomes even more difficult to capture. This issue of the social problem will lead a social action into deeper reflection on the status and struggles of women and stimulate our thinking to end violence against women. The United Nations Secretary Campaign UNiTE campaign orange day will focus use technology to prevent violence against women. There are many new technological tools that can help to protect and alert women and girls in a problematic situation. In this regard, the researcher proposed to conducted to the study Violence Against Women: Use Technology To Protect Women Or Girl In Problematic Situation to find out various technological ways to protect women. These data have been collected from various research books on the subject and also some articles.
Keywords: Violence on Women, Forms of Violence, Need and Use of Technology
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018,
Pages: 1865 - 1869
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