Lived experiences and coping mechanism of victims of gender-based violence : an analysis / by Edcie Mae B. Almanzor, Jemima Marie H. Buenaobra, Florencia V. Herrera.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Indang, Cavite : Cavite State University- Main Campus, 2022.Description: x, 61 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type:
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- College of Criminal Justice (CCJ)
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Thesis (Bachelor of Science in Criminology) Cavite State University.
Includes bibliographical references.
College of Criminal Justice (CCJ)
EDCIE MAE B. ALMANZOR, JEMIMA MARIE H. BUENAOBRA, AND FLORENC\A V. HERRERA. lived experiences and coping mechanisms of victims of gender-based violence: An analysis. Undergraduate Thesis. Bachelor of Science in Criminology. Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite. May 2022, Adviser: Silkie C. Tuguinay, MSCJ.
This study was focused on the lived experiences and coping mechanisms of the victims of gender-based violence in the City of General Trias, Cavite. The study aimed to 1) determine what types of violence the victim of gender-based violence has experienced; 2) determine the life of the victim during and after relationship experiencing gender-based violence; and 4) determine how the victims coped up with the gender based violence they have experienced.
This study used the qualitative method which is narrative research and it involves one (1) victim of gender-based violence who is in legal age, single or married from the top five (5) barangays with most number of reported cases in the City of General Trias, Cavite The primary data were gathered from the victims and from the different agencies involved in the study such as the Women and Children Protection Desk Gentri and Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). In addition to the books, articles, and published research from internet. Purposive sampling was used to select the involved victims while using semi-standardized interview guides were as a research instrument. Thematic analysis was used to analyze and describe the data and it involves interpretation in the processes of selecting code and constructing themes.
These are the themes drawn, analyzed, and interpreted based on the participants' responses regarding the types of violence they experienced: physical violence, psychological violence, economic violence, and sexual violence. The themes emerged from the participants' narratives on the lived experiences of the Victims of gender-based violence before, during, and after violence. The participants' narrations
are their coping mechanisms to move forward on gender-based violence. Based on the findings, the following conclusion listed types of violence they experienced from their partiers or even from strangers are physical, psychological, economic, and sexual violence and most of the victims told that they are having a peaceful life before they entered the abusive relationship which causes them to stand and leave it. With different coping mechanisms they have used, most of the victims focus on their children and on their own lives, some studies different laws to cope up with what they experienced.
Keywords: Gender-based Violence, lived-experiences, coping mechanism, physical violence
Submitted to the University Library 06/13/2022 T-8867