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The Analysis of Main Stakeholders of Domestic Abuse in Scotland

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Liang Bian, Xudong Bi*

University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China.

*Corresponding author: Xudong Bi

Published: May 30,2024

Abstract

In recent years, Scotland has witnessed a concerning surge in domestic violence, marking it as a prominent issue within the realm of violent crime. Responding to this alarming trend, the Scottish Parliament has undertaken significant initiatives to combat domestic violence, acknowledging that gender inequality and power dynamics are pivotal factors contributing to both the causation and aftermath of such incidents. This article aims to delve into the intricate web of stakeholders involved in addressing domestic violence in Scotland. Through a comprehensive stakeholder analysis, we will categorize the diverse groups involved. Following this, each stakeholder's background will be elucidated using a stakeholder model, shedding light on their roles and positions in decision-making processes. Ultimately, we will explore the interconnected policy network that binds these stakeholders together, unraveling the complex relationships and collaborations that shape the landscape of domestic violence prevention and intervention in Scotland.

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How to cite this paper

The Analysis of Main Stakeholders of Domestic Abuse in Scotland

How to cite this paper: Liang Bian, Xudong Bi. (2024) The Analysis of Main Stakeholders of Domestic Abuse in Scotland. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science8(4), 1049-1053.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2024.04.042