publication . Article . 2014

Mujeres violentadas durante el embarazo y el parto: experiencias de parteras en Jalisco, México / Women abused during pregnancy and childbirth: experiences and views of midwives from Jalisco, Mexico

Martha Villaseñor F; Jorge Laureano E; Martha L. Mejía M; Isabel Valadez F; José M. Márquez; Jaime A. González;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 May 2014 Journal: Revista Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública (issn: 0120-386X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universidad de Antioquia
Abstract
Objetivo: explorar la experiencia y perspectiva de parteras con mujeres violentadas durante el embarazo y el parto en Jalisco, México. Metodología: se llevó a cabo un estudio cualitativo en zona rural de Jalisco, México, entre mayo y octubre de 2011 con 24 parteras, utilizando la entrevista individual, modalidad historia de vida pautada y la asamblea participativa regional como técnicas de indagación; posteriormente, los discursos fueron analizados bajo el modelo actancial semiótico. Resultados: familiaridad de las parteras con la violencia hacia la mujer durante el embarazo y el parto, atribuida principalmente a aspectos de género y ruralidad; señalan al binomi...
Subjects
free text keywords: embarazo, parto, mujeres violentadas, parteras, Mexico had with women who were abused during pregnancy and delivery. Methodology: a qualitative study was conducted in a rural zone of Jalisco, Mexico, between May and October 2011 with 24 midwives. The techniques used to obtain the data were: individual interviews, life history, and the participatory regional assembly. After collecting the discourses, these were analyzed using the semiotic actantial model. Results: the midwives are familiar with the violence exercised against women during the pregnancy and birth process; this is mainly attributed tolocation- and sex-related aspects, physical violence was the most common type of abuse, and the woman’s partner was the main aggressor. Finally, the midwives’ ability to speak, pregnancy; childbirth, abused women, midmives, Public aspects of medicine, RA1-1270
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