2018
DOI: 10.1590/0034-7167-2016-0475
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Naturalization, reciprocity and marks of marital violence: male defendants' perceptions

Abstract: Objective: to analyze male criminals' perception about marital violence. Method: An exploratory, descriptive, qualitative study undertaken with 23 men who were criminally prosecuted for marital violence. A multimethod data collection was conducted, with individual interview and focal group techniques combined, between May and December 2015. The data collected were initially categorized using the NVIVO® 11 software program, and then organized using the Collective Subject Discourse method. Results: the collectiv… Show more

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“…This perspective is discussed by a gender theorist when they point out that men and women are built by historical, cultural and social constraints, permeated by power relations, making the feminine figure remain in a condition of subordination (11) , favoring the practice of violence in marital relations. National research adds that this social construction reinforces the non-recognition of violent situations (1) , which are therefore understood as natural. This naturalization of violence can also be understood from the Freirean perspective, which starts from the premise that neutrality would be the most comfortable, if not the most hypocritical, way to hide the option or the fear of accusing injustice.…”
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“…This perspective is discussed by a gender theorist when they point out that men and women are built by historical, cultural and social constraints, permeated by power relations, making the feminine figure remain in a condition of subordination (11) , favoring the practice of violence in marital relations. National research adds that this social construction reinforces the non-recognition of violent situations (1) , which are therefore understood as natural. This naturalization of violence can also be understood from the Freirean perspective, which starts from the premise that neutrality would be the most comfortable, if not the most hypocritical, way to hide the option or the fear of accusing injustice.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…Worldwide studies show the higher morbidity and mortality of women due to the experience of intimate partner violence (1) , as well as the high morbidity and mortality of men due to external violence (2) , in addition to their illness from domestic violence (4) .…”
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confidence: 99%
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