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The Prevention and Cure Policy of Domestic Violence in Taipei City
The Deng Ruwen event in 1993 has leaded the society with huge discussions over the domestic abuse. It also leaded the starting point of the reinforcement to prevent the domestic violence. The domestic violence prevention act has been carried out since June 24, 1998. It has challenged and conflicted with the tradition ideas such as “family matters do not proceed with the law”. It also has drawn attentions to various counterparts of government officials in the relation of preventing domestic violence.Even though the domestic abuse law has been there for about ten year period, providing that there have been dedicated budget and acting personals from the government such as social workers and police officers, the domestic abuse has not vanished in the society. It is important to investigate that whether the taken actions can break the rock-solid tradition views from our Chinese ancestors - “family matters do not proceed with the law” and “the skeleton in closet does not spread” – or not. The research also focuses on the effects brought to the victims of domestic abuses by the corresponding laws. The author has made suggestions based on both the proposed regulations and laws and realistic evaluation, which are detailed in the text.
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