Intergenerational Human Capital and Its Impact on Domestic Violence


  • Eddy Priyanto STIE Jaya Negara Tamansiswa Malang, Indonesia


Human Capital, Indonesia, Malaysia, Income


This study seeks to reveal the role of human capital in a measurable way in preventing domestic
violence in the future. This study examines the pattern of domestic violence and its impact on human
capital with an annual study period from 2000 to 2020 using the ARDL model. We found that victims
of domestic violence have the potential to do the same thing to other people and their families in the
future, for example, a child who is a victim of domestic violence is also very likely to commit acts of
domestic violence to their child or partner. as well as depression factors which are generally caused by
income factors which are confirmed by a negative relationship on the human capital index. This means
that the better the individual's human capital and the better the individual's income, the less the potential
for the individual to commit acts of violence. This study proves the important role of education and
child care patterns in preventing future domestic violence and improving the quality of human
resources in the future.