Never to me! concealment of intimate partner violence in querétaro, mexico

M. E. Meza-De-Luna, M. L. Cantera-Espinosa, P. Westendarp-Palacios, P. Palacios-Sierra

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    Abstract

    © 2015 American Society for Microbiology. All rights reserved. The study examines the concealment of intimate partner violence (IPV) involving men and women of different sexual orientation in Querétaro, Mexico. Grounded Theory was used to analyze both semi-structured interviews (for n = 43) and photo-interventions (for n = 18). One of the main factors associated with the concealment of IPV is gender stereotype, which in turn influences the application of justice and the beliefs grounded in idyllic love. Other factors include youth, social stigmatization of violence, fear of loss of relationships, damaging effects on children, and social isolation. The findings reveal that IPV concealment is a common practice among men and women of different sexual orientation. Hence, increased efforts in the development of an inclusive public policy to address these problems should be undertaken.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)155-169
    JournalTrames
    Volume19
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2015

    Keywords

    • Bisexual
    • Concealment
    • Gay
    • Heterosexual
    • Intimate partner violence
    • Lesbian
    • Mexico

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