Análisis de casos reportados de violencia intrafamiliar hacia la mujer según variables sociodemográficas: un estudio longitudinal en el Departamento del Atlántico
Arias De La Rosa, Wendy Johanna | 2022
This research aimed to explain the behavior of domestic violence in the Department of Atlántico in the last decade. For this purpose, a multivariate quantitative study was carried out with a nonexperimental design, using contingency tables to analyze the frequency distribution of complaints according to each demographic variable. The source -Estadística Delictiva- registered by the National Police in the last ten years in the department of Atlántico was used, which was fed by the reported cases of intra-family violence against women. The results obtained make it possible to identify a mean age of 32.2 years in the violated women; The lowest age was 0 years, and the highest was 94 years. Most reports are concentrated in adult women (61.5%), followed by young women (23.5%), adolescents (11.1%), older adults (2.7), and girls (1.2). Regarding marital status, complaints occur more frequently in single women (48.5%), followed by women in common-law union (38.9%) and married women (10.9%). Based on the socioeconomic stratum, it was evidenced that in the decade, the group corresponding to the low level reported most cases (86.7%), followed by the medium (10%) and high (3.2%) levels. In schooling, it was identified that the high rates of violence occurred in women in secondary school, they had 52% followed by primary school with 20.2%. It is concluded that the reported domestic violence compromises women of all age groups, affecting more women aged between 27 and 59 years, single and of low socioeconomic status.