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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
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Diseño, implementación y evaluación de un programa de prevención de la violencia en el noviazgo en jóvenes universitarios

Vizcarra Larrañaga, María Beatriz 04 May 2011 (has links)
The purpose of this thesis was the Design, Implementation and Evaluation of an education program to prevent dating violence. The first part of the study corresponds to the theoretical study which is divided into 4 chapters. The first describe the concept of dating violence that is defined as "physical, emotional and sexual abuse in a stable romantic relationship where there is no legal relationship or cohabitation (Ruiz & Fawcett, 1999). Chapter 2 and 3 reviewed prevalence studies in different countries, models developed to explain dating violence as the physical and psychological consequences of violence. Chapter 4 critically examines intervention strategies used to address this phenomenon. Second part corresponds to the empirical study which is divided into 3 stages: a) Phase I Needs Assessment b) Phase II Design, implementation and evaluation of the program c) Phase III Evaluation of results and design of the final program. In the first phase of needs analysis three data collection instruments were used: a questionnaire administered to 447 students at the University of La Frontera in Temuco, 4 focus group and three focused interviews. Based on the results of the empirical study and the theoretical framework, a program whose objective was "to encourage the participants to develop a culture of respect and fairness in excluding dating violence” was developed. The program consists of 5 modules: Conceptual bases of violence. Healthy relationships: the importance of communication, Self-knowledge and Emotional expression, Resolving conflicts in a non-violent way and Integration of learning. Implementation was carried out as an elective course with 31 undergraduate students from the Universidad de la Frontera in Chile. To evaluate implementation three techniques were used: A checklist that students completed each session and at the end of the program, a focus group at the end of the program and field notes, completed by the thesis author. Outcome evaluation conducted at the end of the program used a questionnaire to measure knowledge and an attitude scale. Both instruments were applied to students who attend the program and to a comparison sample consisting of 31 students who did not followed the program. Evaluation of implementation and outcomes showed that the program meets the needs of the target population, is well accepted by students and produces changes related to increased knowledge and attitudes changes towards a less justification of violence. / La finalidad de la presente tesis fue el Diseño, Implementación y Evaluación de un programa de prevención de la violencia en el noviazgo. La primera parte del trabajo corresponde al estudio teórico el cual se estructura en 4 capítulos. El primero describe el proceso de reconocimiento de la violencia hacia la mujer y profundiza en el concepto de violencia en el noviazgo el cual proviene del término anglosajon “dating violence” y se define como “abuso físico, emocional y sexual en una relación romántica estable en que no existe vínculo legal ni cohabitación (Ruiz y Fawcett, 1999). Este tipo de violencia ha sido mucho menos estudiada que la violencia conyugal, a pesar que estudios en las últimas décadas han mostrado una prevalencia más elevada que en las parejas adultas. (Aguirre y García, 1996; González y Santana 2001b; González-Ortega, Echeburúa y Corral, 2008). En los siguientes capítulos teóricos, se describen los modelos desarrollados para explicar la violencia en el noviazgo y las consecuencias que acarrea tanto en el plano físico como psicológico. Asimismo se revisan los estudios sobre prevalencia en los distintos países y se analizan críticamente las formas de intervención más utilizadas para abordar este fenómeno. La segunda parte que corresponde al estudio empírico se estructura en 3 etapas: a) Fase I de Análisis de Necesidades b) Fase II de Elaboración, Implementación y evaluación del programa. c) Fase III de Evaluación de resultados y diseño del programa final. En la primera fase de análisis de necesidades se utilizaron tres instrumentos de recolección de datos: un cuestionario aplicado a 447 estudiantes de la Universidad de La Frontera en Temuco, 4 grupo focales desarrollados con estudiantes de la misma universidad y tres entrevistas focalizadas. En base a los resultados del análisis de necesidades y los antecedentes teóricos se elaboró un programa cuyo objetivo fue “Fomentar en los participantes el desarrollo de una cultura de respeto y equidad en las relaciones de noviazgo que excluya la violencia”. El programa consta de 5 módulos: Bases conceptuales de la violencia con 5 sesiones. Relaciones de pareja saludable: la importancia de la comunicación con 3 sesiones, Autoconocimiento y expresión emocional con 3 sesiones, Resolviendo los conflictos de forma no violenta de 2 sesiones y el módulo final de Integración que consta de 1 sesión. La implementación se llevo a cabo como asignatura semestral de formación electiva con 31 estudiantes de pregrado de la Universidad de la Frontera en Chile. Para la evaluación de la implementación se utilizaron como instrumentos de recolección de datos una pauta de evaluación que los estudiantes completaron cada sesión, y al final del programa, un grupo focal al final del programa y registro de las sesiones por medio de cuaderno de campo. Finalmente la evaluación de resultados realizada al final del programa utilizó un cuestionario de conocimientos y una escala de actitudes que se aplicó tanto a los estudiantes que cursaron el programa como a una muestra de comparación compuesta por 31 estudiantes que no cursaron el programa. La evaluación de la implementación como de los aprendizajes mostró que el programa se ajusta a la población objetivo, es bien percibido por los estudiantes y produce cambios referidos al incremento de los conocimientos y las actitudes en dirección a una menor justificación de la violencia. El programa “Construyendo una relación de pareja saludable constituye un aporte a la prevención de la violencia hacia las jóvenes dirigido a estudiantes de la Educación Superior. La evaluación tanto del diseño como la implementación y los resultados de aprendizaje, avalan la utilidad del programa como un instrumento de prevención.
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A atuação dos movimentos de mulheres na judicialização dos casos brasileiros de violência de gênero na Comissão Interamericana de Direitos Humanos / The action of women's movements in judicialization of the brazilian cases of violence gender in the inter-american committee on rights humans

Ávila, Anne Caroline Primo [UNESP] 29 September 2017 (has links)
Submitted by ANNE CAROLINE PRIMO AVILA null (anneavila_90@yahoo.com.br) on 2017-10-27T18:46:11Z No. of bitstreams: 1 Anne Caroline Primo Ávila.pdf: 2980462 bytes, checksum: e3b872e0f38833f59ef64e411658e466 (MD5) / Approved for entry into archive by LUIZA DE MENEZES ROMANETTO (luizamenezes@reitoria.unesp.br) on 2017-11-09T12:56:07Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 1 avila_acp_me_fran.pdf: 2980462 bytes, checksum: e3b872e0f38833f59ef64e411658e466 (MD5) / Made available in DSpace on 2017-11-09T12:56:07Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 avila_acp_me_fran.pdf: 2980462 bytes, checksum: e3b872e0f38833f59ef64e411658e466 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2017-09-29 / A presente pesquisa visa a explorar o papel dos movimentos de mulheres na judicialização dos casos brasileiros de violação aos Direitos Humanos das mulheres. O objetivo principal, portanto, é investigar os casos de violência de gênero levados até as esferas internacionais, mais especificamente até à Comissão Interamericana de Direitos Humanos e a efetiva participação dos movimentos de mulheres nesse contexto, englobando denúncia e possível influência nas decisões – em caso de haver decisões. Havendo participação nas decisões, objetiva-se também apurar como foi essa influência. Sinteticamente, realizou-se estudos de casos que, uma vez não resolvidos na esfera doméstica, foram apresentados, pela sociedade civil, no âmbito internacional. Os objetivos gerais foram demonstrar o panorama geral da violência de gênero no Brasil, como os movimentos de mulheres atuaram efetivamente na luta contra essa violência e se conseguiram transformações palpáveis, e, ainda, apurar o quanto a legislação pode apresentar-se inefetiva. Os métodos utilizados nessa investigação foram o dialético e o estudo de caso. A partir da análise de textos de militantes, defensores de direitos humanos e dos Relatórios sobre os casos selecionados, chegou-se a várias conclusões, dentre elas, obteve-se uma resposta parcial ao problema principal que é a participação efetiva dos movimentos de mulheres, seja organizados em ONGs, seja de forma não institucionalizada, operando tanto nos debates, como no fornecimento de subsídios para análise da condição da mulher no Brasil, através das estatísticas por elas desenvolvidas. / This research aims to explore the role of women's movements in the judicialization of Brazilian cases of violation of women's human rights. The main objective, therefore, is to investigate cases of gender violence brought to the international spheres, specifically to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the effective participation of women's movements in this context, including denunciation and possible influence on decisions - in case Decisions. If there is participation in the decisions, it also aims to determine how this influence was. Synthetically, case studies were carried out which, once not resolved in the domestic sphere, were presented by civil society at the international level. The general objectives were to demonstrate the general panorama of gender violence in Brazil, how the women's movements worked effectively in the fight against this violence and have achieved tangible transformations, and also to investigate how ineffective legislation may be. The methods used in this investigation were the dialectic and the case study. Based on the analysis of texts by militants, human rights defenders and the Reports on selected cases, several conclusions were reached, among them, a partial response was obtained to the main problem: the effective participation of women's movements, Whether organized in NGOs or noninstitutionalized, operating both in the debates and in the provision of subsidies to analyze the condition of women in Brazil, through the statistics they develop.
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The Politics of Interventionist Performance at the Intersection of Gender, Sexuality, and Trauma

Freitag, Jennifer L. 01 May 2013 (has links)
In this dissertation I explore a group of interventionist performances to identify and examine the politics of addressing issues of gender, sexuality, and trauma in performance contexts. Using performance as a mode of inquiry, I analyze my experiences as a performer, director, and audience member of performances that attempt to intervene in oppressive power structures related to sexism, heterosexism, and a culture of gender violence. I reflect on performer's choices in specific moments in an effort to theorize their potential effects on audience meaning-making and performance efficacy; comparing these choices among a group of performances, I posit applications for interventionist performers moving through similar decision-making processes. I engage three areas of complexity in interventionist performances addressing issues of gender, sexuality, and trauma. First, I explore how performers may encounter creative double binds as they attempt to deconstruct binaries, offer alternatives to master narratives, and initiate paradigm shifts regarding gender and sexual identity, sexual behavior, and victimization. I posit that the choices performers make may influence the immediate effects produced for audience members, creating a risk that performer's intentions may not always be met with a desired audience response. Second, I propose interventionist performance as a potential site for therapeutic affect that may be experienced by performers and/or audience members. By applying the therapist-patient relationship model in psychological mental health settings to audience-performer relationships on stage, I theorize how performers and audience members can approach performances that include disclosures about trauma with an understanding of the risks involved and the care for self and other such disclosures invite. Third, I analyze the potential power dynamics that may be produced through interactive performance strategies that centralize dialogue in sexual violence education programs. Drawing upon critical pedagogy praxis, I explore performers' negotiations of spectatorship, authority, and audience agency to identify several risks involved in this particular area of interventionist performance. I draw this dissertation to a close by suggesting several applications for performer-scholars interested in interventionist performance. I consider efficacy in the midst of negotiating its politics, power dynamics in audience-performer relationships, and interventionist performance as a response to trauma. I suggest that performers might consider a balance of openness and responsibility as they attempt to make efficacious choices in the midst of these complexities. Performers may benefit from acknowledging the needs of both self (the performer) and other (the audience) through self-reflexive praxis that boldly embraces the opportunities available through various interventionist strategies while taking care to acknowledge the potential impact of these choices. Finally, I provide personal reflection on the self-transformation I have experienced from engaging performance as a mode of inquiry in this dissertation project.
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"To know how to speak" : technologies of indigenous women's activism against sexual violence in Chiapas, Mexico

Newdick, Vivian Ann 03 October 2012 (has links)
Between 1994 and 2012, the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) established a contested zone of exception to neoliberal governance in southern Mexico and women's-rights-as-human-rights universalism reshaped international development and activist discourse. Within this context, Ana, Beatriz, and Celia González Pérez pressed claims against a group of Mexican Federal Army soldiers for rape at a military checkpoint in 1994. A rare instance of first-person denunciation of rape warfare, the Tseltal-Maya sisters' own powerful representation of the physical and procedural violations committed against them forms the starting point of this analysis, which proceeds from there, chapter by chapter, through communal, national, and international representations. Centering the women's speech, then moving to what are conventionally understood as broader fields of discourse produces new ways of understanding violence in relation to nation, culture, and gendered sociality. Though in 2001 the human rights commission of the Organization of American States upheld the women's claims, as of this writing (2012) the Mexican state has neither awarded reparations nor prosecuted the accused. I argue here that the women's unmet demands for collective and individual justice produce a novel language of protest which I call denuncia (denouncement) rather than testimony. Denuncia, I argue, puts the physical and the social body at the center of claims against sexual violation; enacts coraje (courage, rage) rather than petitions for recognition of truth; exposes the nationalist ideology of racial mixing that informs the production of testimony in Mexico, and establishes new audiences for its own reception despite the regimes of everyday violence it foregrounds. Formulated amid military occupation, denuncia exposes the gendered intimacy--control of the food supply, inhabitation of public-private architectural spaces, colonization of local enmities--that gave rise to military rape, which I call here "domestic violence." Denuncia emerges to refute the neoliberal discourse that links indigenous culture, gender, and violence just when the material basis of indigenous livelihood is under siege. This dissertation's method would not have been possible without almost twenty years' engagement with Tseltal and Tojolabal-Maya men and women who have formed part of the Zapatista movement. This long-range perspective has engendered a form of feminist scholarly accountability that cultivates listening to ground critique on the terrain of self-determination. / text
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[en] GENDER AND ASSISTANCE TO FEMALE USERS OF ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS: TREATMENT OR VIOLENCE? / [pt] GÊNERO E ASSISTÊNCIA ÀS USUÁRIAS DE ÁLCOOL E OUTRAS DROGAS: TRATAMENTO OU VIOLÊNCIA?

DEBORA DE SOUZA SILVA 13 January 2006 (has links)
[pt] O tratamento de mulheres usuárias de álcool e outras drogas vem sendo alvo de interesse de especialistas e pesquisadores de forma mais intensa a partir dos anos de 1980. Esta dissertação discute a questão da assistência destas mulheres em dois centros de tratamento públicos do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. A análise parte da categoria gênero e do conceito de violência de gênero a partir do debate das Ciências Sociais, uma vez que a tendência historicamente predominante fundamenta-se numa visão mais biológica e psicológica. Objetiva qualificar se há uma especificidade no atendimento a elas oferecido, como também estabelecer possíveis relações entre os espaços de tratamento e a questão da reprodução da violência de gênero. Numa proposta crítica, intenciona estimular os interessados no assunto a questionar as bases da assistência que vem sendo disponibilizada a tais mulheres e ainda apontar prováveis caminhos para uma assistência mais efetiva, que englobe a singularidade de gênero. / [en] The treatment of female users of alcohol and other drugs has become a subject of growing interest of experts and researchers since de 1980s. This dissertation focuses the issue of the assistance dedicated to these women in two public treatment centers in Rio de Janeiro state. The analysis is based on the notion of gender and on the concept of gender violence, extracted from the debate established on Social Sciences - once the historically predominant trend rises from a more biological and psychological vision. Its aim is qualifying if there is an specificity in the kind of care those women are offered, as well as establishing possible relations between treatment places and the issue of replication of gender violence. In a critical proposal, it intends to stimulate those interested in this issue to question the basis of the assistance offered to those women an to point out probable ways to a more effective care, that includes in it gender singularity.
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[en] GENDER RELATIONS AND VIOLENCE: RESISTANCE STRATEGIES BY A GROUP OF WOMEN IN FAVELA DA MANGUEIRINHA, LOCATED AT BAIXADA FLUMINENSE REGION / [pt] RELAÇÕES DE GÊNERO E VIOLÊNCIA: ESTRATÉGIAS DE RESISTÊNCIA POR PARTE DE UM GRUPO DE MULHERES DA FAVELA DA MANGUEIRINHA NA BAIXADA FLUMINENSE

LUCIANA MOREIRA DE ARAUJO 13 April 2016 (has links)
[pt] O presente estudo busca analisar as estratégias de resistência de mulheres moradoras de uma favela da Baixada Fluminense, frente às situações de violência de gênero presentes em seus relacionamentos afetivo-sexuais com seus companheiros/parceiros íntimos. Trata-se de uma pesquisa com abordagem qualitativa, cujos instrumentos utilizados para produção de dados foram o diário de campo e a entrevista narrativa, realizadas no primeiro semestre de 2015, de modo a conhecer como mulheres pobres, alijadas do mercado de trabalho formal, com grau de escolaridade situado no nível fundamental ou abaixo, e moradoras de um território vulnerabilizado e atravessado pela violência estrutural, percebem suas experiências e histórias. Os recursos teórico-metodológicos para a análise de dados fundamentam-se no sistema teórico desenvolvido por Pierre Bourdieu, formado pelos conceitos de habitus – capital cultural – campo, em composição com estudos da antropologia, da sociologia, de gênero, violência e família. Os resultados apontam para a existência de formas de enfrentamento à violência de gênero por parte das mulheres, a partir de estratégias por elas construídas no contexto sociocultural do qual fazem parte, possibilitando o questionamento de explicações essencialistas, binárias e judicializantes. / [en] The present study aims to analyze the resistance strategies of inhabitant women in a Baixada Fluminense s slum before gender violence situations in their affective-sexual relations with their companions/intimate partners. It is a research with qualitative approach, whose instruments for data production were field journal and narrative interviews, conducted during the first semester of 2015, in such a way to acknowledge how poor women, placed out of the formal labor market, with elementary educational level or lower, and inhabitants of a territory that is vulnerable and jeopardized by structural violence, realize their experiences and stories. The theoretical-methodological resources for data analysis are based upon the theoretical system developed by Pierre Bourdieu, comprised of habitus, cultural capital and field concepts, in composition with studies of anthropology, sociology, gender, violence and family. The results point to the existence of violence confronting means by women, from strategies built by them in the sociocultural context of which they are part, enabling the rise of questions about essentialist, binary and judicial control explanations.
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Mediating Gender Violence: "Witnessing Publics," Activism, and the Ethics of Human Rights Claim Making

Uzwiak, Beth Ann January 2011 (has links)
Anthropology / Ph.D. / Based on fieldwork with human rights organizations in New York City and Belize, Central America, this dissertation explores--through the prism of ethics--how non-governmental organizations (NGOs) represent violence against indigenous women--in text, image, and action--as human rights "evidence." By ethics I mean the deliberate use of morals, stated or unstated, in the representation of human rights abuses. In New York, my research focuses on the production, launch, and circulation of a United Nations shadow report on violence against indigenous women. In Belize, I contextualize indigenous women's experiences of gender violence within an indigenous movement to obtain collective land rights, a national women's movement, and national rhetoric on culture and gender. In both locales, I consider and compare: 1) how the "ethical" stance of NGOs shapes human rights activism; 2) how NGOs create visual and discursive "evidence" to represent violence and indigenous women's experiences; and 3) very real neoliberal state repression that immobilizes social movements for human rights and social justice. My concern is with the ways social movement NGOs struggle to maintain their feminist and social justice objectives as they interface with the demands of a transnational human rights system, and the strategies they use as they suffer from vilification, marginalization or mainstreaming, and lack of resources. Far from protective, human rights claims, explored here as "evidence," often obscure both social inequalities and the response of state-level policies to these inequalities, especially for marginalized women. / Temple University--Theses
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Feminism(s), Politics, and Domestic Violence: Tensions and Challenges in Shifting the Discourse and Institutional Relationships

Rios, Aisha Angelyn January 2014 (has links)
Anthropology / Ph.D. / This dissertation explores the creative responses of domestic violence advocates, activists, and other professionals working to address domestic violence in a South Atlantic U.S. state. Neoliberal political-economic policies have supported the development of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to address social ills that the state has increasingly relinquished responsibility for. While personal responsibility and the work of civil society is extolled as the best way to address social problems and offer social services to the public, state-level cuts of funding streams to NGOs have made it increasingly difficult for these entities to perform their missions. Moreover, reliance upon the state for funding leads to a slippery slope whereby missions shift and projects may be selected based on funding availability rather than what target communities could truly benefit from. Limited resources and time available to adequately conduct organizational missions within NGOs has helped promote new forms of community coalition building across agencies and systems. Based on ethnographic research within a quasi-state agency and multiple community coalitions, this dissertation examines the knowledge and practice of actors situated within these different sites and their relationships with the state. I address the following questions: 1) how are actors affected by and then in turn respond to the socioeconomic affects of neoliberalism; 2) how do socially defined categories of difference shape knowledge and practice; and 3) what is the relationship between dominant and alternative discourses of domestic violence and the differentially positioned actors who adopt them. My research sheds light on the process of community coalition building and activism in the context of a national financial crisis, which supports politically driven hostility towards domestic violence activist work. Through an in depth analysis of the early development of a community coalition to end domestic violence in the LGBTQQI community, I examine the ways actors heterogeneous social compositions and life experiences shape understandings of domestic violence, and receptiveness to alternative forms of knowledge and practice. Material constraints produced by neoliberal political-economic policies further hinder knowledge production and actors' capacity to contend with alternative frameworks for analyzing domestic violence. / Temple University--Theses
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Relação da violência na gestação e o processo de abortamento: uma perspectiva da gestante / Relationship of the violence in the gestation and the abortion process: a perspective of the pregnant woman

André Guayanaz Lauriano 19 March 2009 (has links)
O estudo tem como objeto as relações estabelecidas pela mulher entre o processo de abortamento e as situações de violência vivenciadas durante a gestação. A violência e o aborto caracterizam-se por serem temáticas de grande complexidade, envolvendo questões interdisciplinares de gênero, saúde, saúde reprodutiva, religião, movimentos sociais, ética e direitos humanos. No aprofundamento do objeto de estudo, traçamos os seguintes objetivos: identificar os tipos de situações de violência vivenciados, durante a gravidez, pela mulher em processo de abortamento; descrever a vivência de violência sob a ótica da gestante em processo de abortamento e analisar as relações estabelecidas pela gestante em processo de abortamento e a ocorrência de situações de violência na gestação. Trata-se de uma pesquisa qualitativa, que teve como sujeitos 15 mulheres com o diagnóstico de abortamento, internadas em maternidades públicas da cidade de Niterói/Rio de Janeiro. A coleta de dados foi iniciada com a busca nos prontuários do diagnóstico e, posteriormente, foram realizadas entrevistas com roteiro semi-estruturado, gravadas atendendo à legislação vigente acerca das diretrizes de pesquisas com seres humanos. Na análise dos dados utilizamos a técnica de Análise de Conteúdo de Bardin. Os resultados demonstraram a visão ampliada da mulher sobre a violência, sendo de gênero e psicológica as mais apontadas. O aborto foi indicado como uma das manifestações de violência contra a mulher, tanto nos processos espontâneos como nos induzidos. Esse fenômeno, assim como o da violência, é permeado por determinantes sociais, éticas, morais e religiosas. Quando espontâneo, pode ser visto como um fracasso da mulher diante de sua capacidade vital de ser mãe gerando culpa e derrota diante de companheiros e familiares, além da possibilidade de ser vista como pecadora e/ou criminosa, em decorrência do princípio social, religioso e legal do aborto como crime, acarretando o desgaste psicológico. As relações estabelecidas pelas mulheres acerca da violência na gestação e o processo de abortamento versaram basicamente sobre os dilemas vivenciados nas gestações indesejadas; sobre o cotidiano feminino nos espaços públicos e privados, refletidos em conflitos; o excesso da dupla jornada de trabalho; e sobre a violência institucional perpetuada pelos serviços de saúde, principalmente na busca por uma assistência digna e humanizada nas unidades de emergência. / The study has as object the established relationships for the woman between the abortion process and the violence situations lived during the gestation. The Violence and the Abortion are characterized for they be thematic of great complexity, involving interdisciplinary subjects of gender, health, reproductive health, religion, of the social movements, of the ethics and of the human rights. In the deepen of the study object we drew the following objectives: to identify the types of violence situations during the gestation lived by the woman in abortion process; to describe the violence existence under the pregnant woman's optics in abortion process and to analyze the established relationships for the pregnant woman in abortion process and the occurrence of violence situations in the gestation. It is a qualitative research, that had as subjects 15 women with the abortion diagnosis, interned at public maternities of the city of Niterói/Rio of January. The collection of data was initiate with the search in the handbooks of the diagnosis and, later we accomplished interviews with semi-structured itinerary, which were recorded assisting the effective legislation that dispose concerning the guidelines of researches with human beings. In the analysis of the data we used the technique of Analysis of Content of Bardin. The results demonstrated that women possess a vision enlarged concerning the violence, being the gender violence and psychological the most pointed. The abortion was indicated as being one of the manifestations of the violence against the woman, so much in the spontaneous processes as induced us. That phenomenon, as well as the one of the violence, possesses determinations social, ethical, moral and religious that permeate them. When spontaneous it can be seen as a failure of the woman due to her vital capacity to be mother - generating fault and failure before companions and family, beyond, of the possibility to see as sinner and or criminal, due to the social beginning, religious and legal of the abortion as crime, carting the psychological wear. The established relationships for the women concerning the violence in the gestation and the abortion process turned basically, in the dilemmas lived in the undesired gestations; in the daily feminine of the public and private spaces, contemplated in conflicts; in the couple's work day excess; and in the violence institutional eternalized for the services of health, mainly in the search for a worthy attendance and humanized in the units of emergency.
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Koncept násilí v románu Radky Denemarkové Kobold. Přebytky něhy. Přebytky lidí. / The Concept of Violence in Kobold, a Novel by Radka Denemarková

Fridrichová, Jana January 2017 (has links)
The master's thesis The Concept of Violence in Kobold, a Novel by Radka Denemarková inquires into a representation of violence in the selected literary text, written by a Czech author, from the perspective of gender analysis. Integral part of the master's thesis is the writing style "feminine writing", in which the double-novel Kobold is written. The analysis is carried out in the context of feminist literary theories. The work is therefore based on the concept of resistant reading, which is inseparably associated with the name of Judith Fetterley, and which allows us to examine the text without being influenced by the author's concept. Other inseparable pillars of this master's thesis are the works of literary theorists Pam Morris, Elain Showalter, Jan Matonoha and Hélène Cixous. Keywords: gender, resistant reading, "feminine writing", violence

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