DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2018.08.001
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Patricia Martínez Lanz, María Doménica Ravelo Ladrón de Guevara, Daniela Ayari Moreno Landeta, María Fernanda Gen Lortia, Ixchel Aditi González Gutierrez, Elsa Paulina Alanis Cázares

Abstract: The present study was transversal, exploratory, descriptive, and correlational in order to determine factors related to the migration of the subjects, such as levels of domestic violence, substance consumption, and sociodemographic factors before their transfer, as well as violence during their trip. The total sample was composed of 266 migrants, accommodated in two Mexican shelters. Four scales were used to evaluate sociodemographic factors, domestic violence, substance abuse (drugs and alcohol), and violence…

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