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A person who yells at his child and constantly blames him for everything that doesn't go well in the family is committing which of the following acts of violence? A. domestic violence B. hazing C. gang violence D. none of the above
A person who yells at his child and constantly blames him for everything that doesn't go well in the family is committing domestic violence.
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A person who yells at his child and constantly blames him for everything that doesn't go well in the family is committing domestic violence.
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