According to the results of a study conducted at the Department of Pedagogy of the University of Grenada, 6 out of 10 male drug users employ different methods of violence against their loved ones.The study showed that a large number of men who use drugs are used against women as a psychological and physical violence.The study also describes the most frequent types of violence and their various forms.The study found that between 6.5% and 72.4% of the population is recognized in the various forms of violence against their partner.More often talk about such behavior: "I forced her to have an abortion" (6.5%), and the most frequent attitude: "I do not care about her needs, desires and interests."In addition, 63.5% of respondents reported that they matter what their partners throughout the day and with whom they talk.The frequency of physical violence varies between 6.5% and 21%, while the psychological violence is from 7.3% to 72.4% of cases.
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In addition, psychological violence happens more often than physical abuse in this group of people.Most often, the violence occurs in the following order: personal control, sexual abuse, emotional neglect, emotional blackmail through guilt, disrespect for religious or ideological views, violence based on gender roles and social isolation.
This study was conducted Amelia Matute López, led by Professor Andre Soriano Diaz.The author has selected 153 people aged 20 to 65 years in various rehabilitation departments of Andalusia;they used cocaine, alcohol, heroin or cocaine and heroin together.The study was conducted using a questionnaire on the subject of conjugal violence;The questionnaire included questions to obtain information on selected variables.
study conducted at the University of Grenada, discovered that 78.8% of the couples relationship ended in parting, the majority of which were transient.In most cases, the couple back together."Despite the negative impact on their health and well-being, women keep their relationship as a result of pressure from the men and the influence of the romantic myths of unconditional love" - says Amelia Matute.
study helps to better understand the phenomenon of gender-based violence in that part of the population, which previously was not covered by similar studies.In Spain, there are studies based on the total population of the study, but not its individual groups subject to various risks, such as drug addicts.