Normélia Maria Freire Diniz

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This study aimed to investigate the adherence of women victims of sexual violence, to AIDS chemoprevention treatment. A quantitative study was carried out at a care service to victims of sexual violence in Salvador (Bahia, Brazil). Study participants were 172 women. Data were collected through interviews with forms and consultation of patient files. The(More)
Quantitative study in order to study domestic violence in women with induced abortion. Interviews were conducted with 147 women hospitalized for induced abortion in a public maternity hospital in Salvador, Bahia. The subjects are characterized by mostly women, black, poorly educated, economically dependent on spouses, experienced psychological abuse,(More)
The aim of this study was to understand which elements are present on the construction of the identity of men who commit violence against their mates. This qualitative study took as theoretical reference the Social Representations. It was carried out on Calafate community, San Martin, Salvador, BA. Its population was composed by 7 men who committed violence(More)
This study aims to analize the violence between couples from the man's point of view. We adopted a qualitative methodology approach having as reference the Social Representation Theory. Ten adult men took part in the survey. They live in the Calafate community, in San Martin, Salvador-BA and had a relationship for at least 2 years. In order to collect the(More)
The idea of family alludes to relations of protection. Generally, the thought and idealized family connotes hegemony. In Brazil, adopting the idea of families would be more appropriate considering the ethnic and cultural multiplicity. However, it is in this refuge that generally involves relations between adults, youth and children, that domestic violence(More)
Developed in state capitals Recife, Salvador and Aracaju, in three state maternity hospitals, this quantitative study aimed at identifying the manifestations of domestic and institutional violence suffered by women assisted in subprograms of the Program of Integral Assistance to the Woman's Health. Data collection was performed by using a semi-structured(More)
Quantitative and descriptive study aiming to identify socioeconomic characteristics of men and women with a history of domestic violence. We conducted interviews with 50 men and 50 women. Nearly all subjects were self-declared black. Most did not have too many years of school education. Men perform occupations that are public and women do predominantly(More)
OBJECTIVE to analyze the family relationship, in childhood and adolescence, of women who experience conjugal violence. METHOD qualitative study. Interviews were held with 19 women, who were experiencing conjugal violence, and who were resident in a community in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. The project was approved by the Research Ethics Committee (N.(More)
The fenomenology is a philosophical method that has been widely used in nursing research specially in these related to women's health area and also in research related to care. In this article the fenomenology as conceptualized according to Heidegger's approach, its genesis, justifying the need to value the seek of the being, that is currently missed among(More)