Estilo de apego adulto y creencias en relación a masculinidad y femineidad en hombres agresores de su pareja íntima

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Attachment styles and beliefs about masculinity and femininity were explored in of sample of 732 offenders and 100 control subjects did not abusive group: two theoretical constructs recently being studied in samples of male aggressors, as are explored. The main findings are that there is a predominance of styles of anxious/worried and fearful/disorganized attachment among batterers, and significant differences between aggressors and not abusive in relation to the misogynistic and sexist beliefs about violence and gender were found. However, Chile, compared to other countries, would be in a place of greater tolerance of gender that contradicts research assume the prevalence of machismo as an explanation for intimate partner violence.

IdiomaSpanish
Páginas107-123
Número de páginas17
PublicaciónRevista Austral de Ciencias Sociales
Volumen2015
Número de edición29
EstadoPublished - 2015

Huella dactilar

femininity
masculinity
violence
gender
Chile
tolerance
offender
Group

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    • Social Sciences(all)

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