Erkan, Rüustem; Bozgöz, Faruk
January 2004
Ekev Academic Review;WInter2004, Vol. 8 Issue 18, p219
Academic Journal
The aim of the study is to research and reveal the social, economical, traditional and religious reasons of the violence. The study was carried out on 164 women who applied to Resorting Center of Women called KA-MER in Diyarbakir, by pretending they were subjected to in-family violence. At the theoretical part of this study, violence and in family violence were defined and disclosed what religious, traditional, economic and socio-psychological reasons of violence are. In the applied part of the study, formed hypotheses were tested for their validity with 80 questionnaires. Finally, the results were indicated with tables and interpreted.


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