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Violencia de pareja, apoyo social y conflicto en mujeres mexicanas [Intimate partner violence, social support and conflict in Mexican women]. Universidad y Av. Dicho apoyo social fue principalmente el proveniente de la familia. El impacto de esta variable en la violencia fue mayor que el que tuvieron las expresiones del apoyo social evaluadas.
Violencia de pareja, Apoyo social, Redes sociales, Conflicto, Mujeres mexicanas. The persistence of intimate partner violence in Mexico and Latin America and the resulting need for interventions to prevent and address the problem make it necessary to continue researching the factors capable of preventing violence. It was found that most of the participants had experienced aggressions in the last year, mainly emotional violence. As regards social support, the data indicated that the participants" perception of it and the number of persons offering help to the participants is related to a reduction in the frequency of several manifestations of intimate partner violence.
This social support was primarily that which came from the family. The data also indicated that the level of disagreements and criticisms present in the participant"s social network was related to the frequency of aggressions received. The impact of this variable on the violence was greater than that of the expressions of social support evaluated. The results are discussed in terms of their implications for the comprehension of and appropriate intervention in intimate partner violence in the Mexican and Latin American context.
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Violencia de pareja, apoyo social y conflicto en mujeres mexicanas
Metrics details. Factors associated with violence and the abuse of older adults are understudied and its prevalence in Mexico has not been reported. The aim of this study was to identify the prevalence and factors associated with violence and abuse of older adults in Mexico. Adjusted estimates were completed with multiple logistic regression models for complex surveys. The prevalence of violence was 1.
Despacho , Madrid, Spain. Violence in interpersonal relationships in young people has been the subject of several studies in recent years. Studies of dating violence show that one of the resources available for the young to help perceive and distinguish abusive or violent behaviour is an indicator which increases the ability to recognise as well as confront the reality of abuse. Certain violent behaviour however can be perceived as non-abusive, where the victim and the aggressor can share an abnormal view of the relationship in which possession, jealousy and exclusivity are considered significant elements within the relationship. The objective of this study is to understand and establish the levels of aggravation degree of tolerance towards violent behaviour in relationships of engaged adolescent Mexicans affected by abuse, by considering gender and level of perception of abuse as variables. The sample was formed of young Mexican students between the ages of 13 and 22, containing boys and girls, pursuing university studies, whereas the remaining were pre-university students. CUVINO was administered in order to determine the abusive conduct and levels of discomfort tolerance , which allowed us to observe that the highest levels of discomfort, greater than those caused by any other kind of abuse, are experienced by women, especially regarding sexual victimization within the category of those non-abused women that presented a lower level of tolerance.