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Title:Odnos slovenske družbe do nasilja v družini : magistrsko delo
Authors:Slapšak, Mia (Author)
Frangež, Danijela (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Erčulj, Vanja (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Nasilje v družini pomeni uporabo tako psihičnega, fizičnega, spolnega in ekonomskega nasilja, kot tudi zanemarjanje drugega družinskega člana. Družinske člane med seboj povezujejo sorodstvene ali čustvene vezi, ali pa so te med njimi nekoč obstajale. V magistrskem delu smo se osredotočili na toleranco do nasilja v družini. V prvem delu je bil podrobneje predstavljen pojem nasilja v družini, njegove vrste, žrtve in posledice, ki jih za seboj pusti. Predstavljene so bile naloge in delovanje institucij, ki so pomembne z vidika odkrivanja, preprečevanja in obravnavanja nasilja v družini. Tako je lažje razumeti predstavljen pojem tolerance in cilj, h kateremu stremimo - ničelna toleranca do nasilja v družini. Na tem nivoju se poleg dela institucij zahteva tudi delovanje širše družbe, predvsem z vidika odzivanja na zaznano nasilje, kar pa je močno povezano s stopnjo tolerance, ki velja znotraj določene družbe. V drugem, raziskovalnem delu, nas je zanimalo, kaj družba sploh dojema kot nasilno in nesprejemljivo. Raziskava je pokazala, da že skoraj vsak pozna pojav nasilja v družini, največkrat iz medijev. Drugi se s tovrstnim nasiljem srečujejo pri opravljanju svojega poklica ali pa pojav poznajo od sorodnikov, znancev in prijateljev. Nekaj pa jih je navedlo, da so bili sami žrtve nasilja v lastni družini, tako kot otroci ali pozneje v odraslem življenju (n = 17). Najpogosteje doživeta vrsta nasilja je bilo psihično nasilje (83,3 %) , prisotno v več primerih pa je bilo tudi fizično (61,1 %) in spolno nasilje (38,9 %). Take lastne izkušnje z nasiljem niso bile pomembno povezane s toleranco do nasilja v družini. Ta prav tako ni povezana s spolom, saj raziskava ni pokazala statistično značilnih razlik med moškimi in ženskami v njihovem odnosu do nasilja v družini. Stopnja tolerance ali sprejemljivost nasilja pa je povezana s tem, kdo je žrtev nasilja v družini, pri čemer se kaže večja občutljivost in pripravljenost prijavljanja nasilnih ravnanj, ko so žrtve otroci, ki spadajo med najranljivejše skupine žrtev. Pomembno vlogo pri ozaveščanju družbe o pojavu in vrstah nasilja v družini in glede na mnenje tudi pomembno vlogo pri preprečevanju in spodbujanju prijav nasilja imajo mediji, kjer pa raziskava ni pokazala bistvenih razlik med tistimi, ki so ozaveščeni o problematiki in neozaveščenimi.
Keywords:magistrska dela, nasilje, družina, nasilje v družini, toleranca, odzivanje, ozaveščanje
Year of publishing:2021
Year of performance:2021
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[M. Slapšak]
Number of pages:XI, 87 str.
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:343.62(043.2)
COBISS_ID:58666755 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:7WQAQKED
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Language:English
Title:The relation of slovene society to domestic violence
Abstract:Domestic violence means using psychological, physical, sexual and economic violence, and neglecting another member of the family. Family members are connected by family ties or emotional ties, or such ties once existed between them. The master's thesis focuses on tolerance of domestic violence. The first part of the thesis gives an in-depth presentation of the concept of domestic violence, its types, victims and aftermath. It also presents the tasks and operation of institutions relevant for identifying, preventing and handling cases of domestic violence. That makes it easier to understand the presented concept of tolerance and the aim we are striving towards – zero tolerance of domestic violence. Besides the above-mentioned institutions, broader society is also expected to take action at this level, especially in terms of responding to detected violence, which is closely connected with the tolerance level within a given society. The second, research part of the thesis investigated what society perceives as violent and unacceptable. The research has shown that almost everyone is familiar with the phenomenon of domestic violence, mostly from the media. Others encounter such violence in their line of work or are familiar with this phenomenon through relatives, acquaintances or friends. Some have stated that they were victims of violence in their own families (n = 17), either as children or later on, as adults. The most commonly experienced type of violence was psychological violence (83.3%); there were also several cases of physical (61.1%) and sexual violence (38.9%). These personal experiences of violence are not significantly correlated with tolerance of domestic violence. Moreover, tolerance is not correlated with gender, as the research has not shown any statistically significant differences between men and women in their attitude towards domestic violence. However, the tolerance level or acceptance of violence is correlated with the identity of the victim of domestic violence; people exhibit greater sensitivity and willingness to report violent acts when children are the victims, as they belong to the most vulnerable groups of victims. The media play an important part in raising society's awareness of the phenomenon and types of domestic violence and, according to the respondents' opinions, also in preventing violence and encouraging people to report it; however, the research has not shown any significant differences between those who are aware of this problem and those who are not.
Keywords:violence, family, domestic violence, tolerance, response, awareness raising


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