Measuring the perception of violence against women at UABC Law School, Campus Valle Dorado



Palabras clave:

Violence against women, gender issues, university


Despite of the efforts made by civil society and the legal modifications made in the Mexican legislation, the existing violence towards women does not decrease and it shows its normalization in professions like Law that require alternatives based on gender sensitization. This work consists of the results of a survey on perception of violence against women with students of the Law School of the Autonomous University of Baja California in the summer of 2018, which through six dimensions (physical violence, psychological violence, sexual violence, deprivation, normalization of violence and social capital) tries to understand the factors considered as violent, while presenting a proposal for protocol of attention to this problem in the university campus.


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Alma Alejandra Soberano Serrano, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California

Dr. Alma Alejandra Soberano Serrano is a professor of Family Law at Autonomous University of Baja California, Mx. She received his PhD in regional studies from Autonomous University of Chiapas in 2015. Her main research areas are Gender and Development, Social Capital and Family Law.

Sheila Delhumeau Rivera, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California - México

Dr. Sheila Delhumeau Rivera is a professor of Social Communication at Autonomous University of Baja California, Mx. She received his PhD in Social Sciences from El Colegio de la Frontera Norte in 2004. Her main research areas are Social Movements and society-State relations


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Soberano Serrano, A. A. y Delhumeau Rivera, S. (2019) «Measuring the perception of violence against women at UABC Law School, Campus Valle Dorado», Cuestiones de género: de la igualdad y la diferencia, (14), pp. 81–92. doi: 10.18002/cg.v0i14.5703.