عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: The purpose of this study was to investigate the extent of physical violence against women in Ramshir region and its relationship with variables of power, social support, women's education, economic status, patriarchy, cultural and differences, and their age and education.
Methods: The type of descriptive-analytical study is survey (quantitative) and the study population is Ramshir region. Cluster sampling method was used and Cochran's sample size was 234 but in this study 300 women were selected due to probable drop in the sample. It is based on objective realities that focus on variables, without valuing and with contextual independence
Results: This study shows that 81% of the subjects have been subjected to physical violence and also to examine the variables and its relationship with physical violence against women. Economics is the cultural difference used to prove or disprove these assumptions using Pearson's correlation coefficient and analyzed using analysis of variance. Findings: (exercise of power 0.952) (0.965 patriarchy), (0.760 social support), (0.758 women's education), (0.742 economic base),), (0.730 cultural differences) and Significance level is 0.000 which is calculated with 0.05 error. However, its validity was confirmed by the structural and formal content method and the reliability of the measurement was confirmed by Cronbach's alpha (0.851).
Conclusion: Since, according to the results of the present study, a large number of women are subjected to physical violence by patriarchy and the exercise of male power in the family, so counseling and social support from the authorities and the government to these women are specifically recommended. This should be done.
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