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A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WIVES AND LAWS REGARDING PREVENTION: THE MALE PERCEPTION IN DHAKA CITY, BANGLADESH Print E-mail

Md. Abul Hasam[1]

Abstract

The study tries to know the perception of males on violence against wives and laws regarding prevention in Bangladesh. The study used qualitative method for case studies and analyzed the data from thematic perspective. Most of the males think that violence against wives means bittering the wives by their husband. But in this regard, some males said in details more that violence means physical, mental and verbal torture for dowry. All of the males said that they heard about the laws regarding prevention violence against wives but they could not say in details how to take support from the laws and how the laws are implemented. Most of them suggest that if the laws can be implemented properly, violence against wives will stop. But the respondent who said that it is not possible to stop by the laws most of them suggest that by doing change in social perspective present situation can be changes. The law policy maker, law implementation agency and research professionals would find support from this study.

Keywords: Violence against wives, Laws, Prevention, Male Perception, Bangladesh

[1] Department of Sociology, Primeasia University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

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Cite this article:
Hasam Md. Abul . A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WIVES AND LAWS REGARDING PREVENTION: THE MALE PERCEPTION IN DHAKA CITY, BANGLADESH. Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences, vol.14:121-150,

Digital Object Identifier(DOI): https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4935578
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