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Preventive Medicine, 37 3— International Journal of Family Medicine, Understanding the Health Consequences of Relationships. Social support reduces the impact of partner violence on health: Social support among women in methadone treatment who experience partner violence: Dicho apoyo social fue principalmente el proveniente de la familia.

El impacto de esta variable en la violencia fue mayor que el que tuvieron las expresiones del apoyo social evaluadas. The social networks of women experiencing domestic violence. Journal of family Violence, 28 3 The persistence of intimate partner violence in Mexico and Latin America and the resulting need for interventions to prevent and address the problem make it necessary to continue researching the factors capable of preventing violence.

Journal of Family Violence, 21 6 Journal of Family Violence, 30 3 Datos de la Resultaxos. Women who left domestic violence. Social support protects against the negative effects of partner violence on resultadis health.


Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 29 4 The weakness of family ties and their perpetuating effects on gender violence: Predicting re-victimization of battered women 3 years after exiting a shelter program. enireh

Social relationships and health. It was found that most of the participants had experienced aggressions in the last year, mainly emotional violence. Violence 20111 Women, 12 8 Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28 9— An examination of the perceived social support levels of women in methadone maintenance treatment programs who experience various forms of intimate partner violence.

Apoyo social como factor protector frente a la violencia contra la mujer en la pareja. American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 The impact of this variable on the violence was greater than that of the expressions of social support evaluated.

Gaceta Sanitaria, 6 6 Buffer or indirect effect of social support. Health indicators, social support, and intimate partner violence among women utilizing services at a community organization.

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 77 4 This social support was primarily that which came from the family. Psychosomatic Medicine, 72, — Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 35 1 Differences in social network structure and support among women in violent relationships.

Physical violence by husbands: Main, mediating, and moderating effects of social support on the well-being of survivors of intimate partner violence across 2 years. Ir al Buscador Avanzado. Violence Against Women, 7 3 A Review of the Literature. The results are discussed in terms of their implications for the comprehension of and appropriate intervention in intimate partner violence in the Mexican and Latin American context.


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The good, the bad, and the ugly: Lessons from a study of women who have separated from abusive partners. The data also indicated that the level of disagreements and criticisms present in the participant”s social network was related to the frequency of aggressions received.

Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 27 1 Trabajo Social Hoy, 83, Intimate partner violence, Social support, Social networks, Conflict, Mexican women. Magnitude, disclosure and help-seeking behavior of women in Bangladesh.

Violencia de pareja, apoyo social y conflicto en mujeres mexicanas

American Journal of Community Psychology, 14 4 ; Longitudinal patterns and risk markers. American Psychologist, 59 8— Social support related to women who have remained with their partners after the physical violence has ceased. Journal of Interpersonal Violence,Marzo