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Violence perception and victimization reasons of women exposed to spouse/partner violence

Hatice BaĢkale, AyÁa SŲzer.

Abstract
Aim: The aim of this study was to determine violence perception and victimization reasons of women exposed to spouse/partner violence who applied to the violence prevention and monitoring center. Methods: This study is a descriptive survey in order to determine violence perception and victimization reasons of women who applied because of violence. This study was made on women who exposed to spouse/partner violence applied to the violence prevention and monitoring center in the west of Turkey. In these dates 137 women applied to the violence prevention and monitoring center. We reached 51% of universe. In the study, demographic information was collected through the survey method face to face interviews consisted of questions which identify the causes of violence and victimization perception. Results: 31.4% of the women participating in the study exposed to violence for 1-5 years, 21.4% of them exposed for 11-15 years. 74.3% of women share violence with others, women who didnít share with others because of they didnít know what to do and where to apply. Children have witnessed domestic violence, 51.4% were exposed to the violence. causes of violence were determined as economic problems, spouse / partnerís alcohol / substance abuse, women are responding to partner, he does not want his wife, and has been identified as not prompted by his partnerís family. 91.4% of women donít participate in the idea of violence was sometimes necessary, 81.4% donít think not so much violence against women can be seen joining excused. 62.9% of them think people who experience violence would behave similarly. Most of the women exposed to violence think if there is violence when women-man arguing the bond of love will be extinction, 84.3% think violence is not a solution, and 14.3% stated that it might be a solution. Conclusion: Health personnel are the group that can identify the violence, can be found in initiatives and can lead women to cope. Steps to be taken to prevent domestic violence should not only be aimed at those who use violence to women and violence, it should also be aimed at shaping the behavior of individual family and community.

Key words: women, violence, violence perception



Article Language: Turkish English



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