Domestic Violence and Transgenerationality: A Case Study

Josiane Razera, Cláudia Mara Bosetto Cenci, Denise Falcke

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The consequences of domestic violence tend to reach everyone involved, affecting significant areas of life, such as professional career, family and social bonds. The objective of this research was to comprehend a woman’s experience of marital domestic violence and its repercussions on her life. The authors performed a case study on a woman who had been living at a support center due to her experience with domestic violence, using a sociodemographic questionnaire and a semi structured interview. The participant’s life story and marital relationship were analyzed, investigating transgenerational aspects, understanding how she evaluated her own relationship and the repercussions of violence perceived in her life. According to the methodology of case studies, all collected data received quantitative and qualitative analysis. The results showed that models learned along interactions within the original families were relevant, according to the patient, to maintain a violent marital relationship, which reinforces the transgenerational perspective of violence. Furthermore, the results indicate the necessity of an attentive approach from health professionals, concerning experiences of violence during childhood, in order to develop interventions that propitiate the rupturing from transgenerational cycles.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18256/2175-5027/psico-imed.v6n1p47-51

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ISSN 2175-5027

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