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JCR. 2020; 7(13): 3321-3329


INFIDELITY AND FAMILY VIOLENCE: APURÍMAC CASE

Rosmery Sabina Pozo Enciso, Yolanda Huillca Durán, Eleuterio Morales Ríos, Percy Fritz Puga Peña, Luis, Alberto Sierra Barazorda5, Oscar Arbieto Mamani.

Abstract
The objective of the research is to determine infidelity and family violence, the method used was
descriptive of a quantitative approach, applied type research, with a level of descriptive research, nonexperimental,
transactional design. The population was made up of 130,900 thousand family households, and
for the collection of information a probabilistic sampling of a stratified type was made of 383 samples from the
seven provinces, for which the Infidelity Tendency Questionnaire (T-IFD) was applied. ), aimed at diagnosing
emotional problems. The results obtained on the incidence of membership need is 66.34% of people who
experience family violence; and as for the incidence of Prejudice in the Apurímac region, it is 67.72%. The
incidence on the Lack of Dialogue of the respondents is 71.12% with a tendency to seek new experiences and on
the incidence of Search for new experiences, there are 66.58% of the respondents and what the incidence of
family violence is at 14.3% at the level of the Apurímac region are observed with a higher incidence of intrafamily
violence. Concluding infidelity is high, such as the need for belonging, prejudice and lack of dialogue,
and a high percentage that seek new experiences and that somehow affects family violence.

Key words: Infidelity, violence, family violence, spousal violence



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