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The sample size of this research survey is about 1031 and the country of the respondent is Uganda. This research survey has been conducted among the people of Uganda, where there are three different communities such as Kayunga, Kawempe, and Mukono. These entire respondents people belongs to the different villages such as “Kangulumira, Kalagala, Church road, Kalagala, Nakirubi, Ntenjeru, Busaale, Kasana, Nangabo, Nazigo, Ntenjeru, Wabi Sonko, Namukuma, Kawonawo, Kayanja, Kisawo, Sababu, Wabi Sonko, Bukowa, Nabutti, Wantone, Nabutti, Bwaise 11, Bwaise 111, Kanyanya, Kawempe, Kiganda zone, Ttula zone”, and others (Ragavan, et al. 2020). Age of the respondents varied between the 15 years to 50 plus, the gender of the respondents can be male and female, and the education profile of the respondents are categorized by the different graces such as primary education level, secondary education level, and the higher education level.
This above statistical table contains the result of the sample characteristics, where the different elements have been analyzed such as gender of the respondent, age of the respondents, country of the respondents, and the education level of the respondent. In this table for the country, the mean value is 1.00; the standard deviation value is .000, where the value of the N is 1031. In this table for the gender respondent, the mean value is 1.78; the standard deviation value is .597, where the value of the N is 1030. In this table for the gender respondent, the mean value is 1.62, the standard deviation value is .906, where the value of the N is 1031 (Harding, et al. 2019). In this table for the gender respondent, the mean value is 1.52; the standard deviation value is .500, where the value of the N is 1031. This statistical analysis states that the age, gender, and the education level of the respondents are related to one another.
This above statistical table contains the result of the reported violence in the community, where the different elements have been analyzed such as gender of the respondent, types of violence, and its relation to the community. In this statistical table for types of violence the N value is 1031, the mean value is 2.48, the standard deviation value is 2.161, standard error value of mean is 0.67, where the t value is 36.831, and the mean difference value is 2.479. In this statistical table for types of violence the N value is 1031, the mean value is 1.52, the standard deviation value is .500, standard error value of mean is 0.16, where the t value is 97.634, and the mean difference value is 1.520. In this statistical table for types of violence the N value is 1031, the mean value is 1.98, the standard deviation value is .823, standard error value of mean is 0.26, where the t value is 77.275, and the mean difference value is 1.981.
This statistical table states that there are different types of violence that are also related to the community, and the different gender. As it is already seen that affected peoples are mainly the women and the main culprit is the men (Potter, et al. 2020). This is because of the various Burn violence in the expanded area of Uganda; the girls and women are assaulted by the terrible burn violence through the acid or fire. There are different types of violence such as wife beating, murder, gangs, rape, street robbery or the mugging, kidnapping and others. Though the community is related to the violence but this violence can be seen in every community.
This above statistical table contains the result of the peoples experience of ABV in the community, where the different elements have been analyzed such as substantial use and the common causes of ABV. In this statistical table for the substantial used, the total sum of squares value is 53.653, the df value is 169 in total, and the mean squares values are .250 and 5.915, where the f value is 23.621. In this statistical table for the substantial used, the total sum of squares value is 2682.687, the df value is 1030 in total, and the mean squares values are 542.648 and 1.554, where the f value is 349.221 (Oyarzún, et al. 2021). This states that the affected peoples are mainly the women. This is because of the various burns violence in the expanded area of Uganda; the girls and women are assaulted by the terrible burn violence through the acid or fire.
Here the selected case study is about the Acid and Burn violence of Uganda. It is seen that people have several experiences in this case studies which would give some collected data set to the survey questions. By doing the survey, the researcher would get an absolute data sample in search of data collection. With the research studies, the violence of burns has happened through acid, water and petroleum. These substances are used for attacking women and the girls; that will be the horrible structure in Uganda (Britton, 2020). There are different causes of acid and burn violence. This would affect the various cases of the environment like business, land wrangles.
In this table, gender of respondents and community has been selected for analysis through SPSS software. With the Pearson Correlation, the appropriate data structure appears in the above table; various attitudes are reflected in this table through the covariance. In this statistical table for the gender respondent, the correlation value with the other factors is -.053, and for the changing attitudes the correlation value is .023 (Menon and Allen, 2020). This states that there are some attitudes of the VAG that can change the behavior and the factor of ABV, where some people agree, and some are not.
There are different attitudes observed among the people during the research surveying. The attitudes belong to the respondents in the survey studies; this would make an absolute objective for this research sampling. The main thing has been seen here that the people have given their positive attitudes to the researcher that is valued by 1. Also some people have negative attitudes towards the researcher. The differences among the men and women have been followed through this research (Ragavan, et al. 2019). Yes, there is a difference between men and women because women are victims in that case among the communities. According to my thinking the changing attitudes can be the legal procedures against the crime of ABV.
In this table, the support and legal services of ABV have been selected for analysis through SPSS software, where there are different variables such as knowing the victim of ABV, legal sanctions for ABV committing, and available social services. In this statistical table for the victim of ABV, the b value is .208, the standard error value is .041, the t value is 5.050, and the sig value is .000. In this statistical table for the legal sanctions for ABV committing, the b value is .009, the standard error value is .046, the t value is .191, and the sig value is .849. In this statistical table for the available social services, the b value is .178, the standard error value is .045, the t value is 3.928, and the sig value is .000.
This states that many people are mainly victims through this viral case in Uganda. Hospitals, health centers are also included here; few of them don’t know the actual legal services or the supported things; for that they would take actions against Acid and Burn violence (Ngidi, et al. 2018). Some people know about the legal support for taking actions. The impact of these viral incidents must be dissolved; these actions should be done by arresting the attacker in the charge of throwing acids. Prosecution, death and imprisonment can be declared as the severe punishment in this case.
Question 6: Limitations of the research/questionnaire/database
This research paper is introduced as the different database structures and questionnaire by the researcher. This is based on the actual sample size of different communities; the overall respondents belong to the village side (Yoder, 2020). Through this various sampling features in which different elements have been analyzed to the entire research study. It is stated that the violence is corresponding to the community as well as different gender.
The overall actions in the case of ABV, the educational profiles have been structured in this case through the research surveying. This would have been recognized in the various activities of the regimes of this area in Uganda. There have been some obstacles while the victims are going to charge against the criminals; there would be a lack of strict actions.
In my opinion, there will be needed further research studies in that case of ABV or Acid Burn Violence. In the future research process there is a need to add some categories such as awareness program of the ABV attack and its precaution or the information to the authority for taking action (Campbell, 2020). They would have been recognized in the various activities of the regimes of this area in Uganda, where the victims will go to charge against the criminals through taking the legal steps.
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