Oletusi sellest, missugused negatiivsed mõjud võivad avalduda näiteks liikumispiirangute vms tagajärjel, võib meediast lugeda hulgaliselt. Siin üks uuring, kus autorid keskenduvad perevägivalla küsimusele ja püstitavad eesmärgiks:
In this article, we contribute to this growing body of research by moving beyond narrative reviews (e.g., Petermen & O’Donnell, 2020) and conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of the effect of COVID-19-related restrictions (i.e., stay at home orders, lockdown orders) on reported incidents of domestic violence.
Autorid leiavad muuhulgas:
While this systematic review provides strong evidence of increased officially reported domestic violence as a consequence of the COVID-19 stay-at-home and lockdown orders, the exact nature and context of the increase remains unknown.
Tegemist on normatiivse uuringu õpikunäitega –
the results of this systematic review call for significant attention to the policy responses and resources that are needed to attend to victims and survivors of domestic abuse that may not be getting the services they need […] Researchers and policy makers will need to identify both the short- and long-term implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the risk for domestic violence and subsequent consequences. This includes an understanding of the nature of domestic violence and types of victimizations that come to the attention of the police, and how police agencies may better address this changing crime problem, as well as those that do not get reported to law enforcement and how to address those situations.
Piquero, A. R., Jennings, W. G., Jemison, E., Kaukinen, C., & Knaul, F. M. (2021). Evidence from a systematic review and meta-analysis: Domestic Violence during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Criminal Justice, 101806