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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The perception of domestic violence of pregnant and not pregnant women in the city of Campinas, Sao Paulo
Author: Audi, CAF
Correa, AMS
Turato, ER
Santiago, SM
Andrade, MDG
Rodrigues, MSP
Abstract: This study sought to compare the perception of domestic violence of women, victims of this kind of violence, with the perception of pregnant women, victims or not of domestic violence, as well as to search for elements allowing for the planning and execution of a cohort study on domestic violence among pregnant women. A qualitative exploratory research was conducted using the technique of convenience sampling for selecting a focal group. The subjects were twenty four women divided into two groups: (1) thirteen women from a follow-up group from a Referral Center for victims of domestic violence, and (2) eleven pregnant women that were participating in the pre-natal care program in a primary care unit, selected independently of suffering domestic violence or not. The data collected were transcribed, conceptually decoded and qualified for qualitative analysis. The contents of the women's discourse were analyzed on the basis of thematic categories. It was observed that domestic violence was perceived in a similar way by both studied groups, independently from the fact of having or not experienced a situation of this kind. The understanding and discussion of the topics proposed for the groups allowed developing a more appropriate approach to the studied women. The way the questions were formulated in the questionnaire was considered of easy understanding by both groups of women.
Subject: Violence against the woman
Qualitative research
Domestic violence
Country: Brasil
Editor: Abrasco
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2009
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