Social Sciences, Vol. 11, Pages 354: A Net Mannequin of Home Violence and Abuse in Muslim Communities—A Multi Perspective IPA Method
Social Sciences doi: 10.3390/socsci11080354
This paper brings collectively two qualitative research exploring how home violence and abuse (DVA) manifests inside UK Muslim communities. Examine one was performed with UK-based Muslim feminine survivors of DVA (n = 10). Examine two was performed with UK professionals working in a supportive capability with each DVA victims/survivors and people perpetrating abuse inside Muslim communities (n = 9). By way of a multi-perspective interpretative phenomenological lens, the 2 knowledge units had been analysed for overarching themes. These themes had been subsequently used to develop a graphical illustration of the findings. The ensuing final result was the net mannequin of DVA. The mannequin identifies the trajectories and interactions at 4 ranges in relation to DVA in Muslim communities. It’s argued that this mannequin has elevated capability for understanding the prolonged nature of how DVA manifests for UK Muslim communities, with a specific emphasis on the energetic function of religion and extra nuances typically missed by singular methodological approaches. The mannequin is beneficial to be used by companies as a method towards individually tailor-made shopper care. Suggestions are made in relation to inclusive and decolonial approaches inside gender-related violence analysis referring to minority communities within the UK.