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Mirhashemi M, Sabori S. Prediction of Violence Dimentions upon Coping Strategies in Women of Domestic Violence Victim. fpcej. 2015; 1 (2) :1-13
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1- Associate Professor,Islamic Azad University, Roudehen Branch,Roudehen,Iran , mirhashemi@riau.ac.ir
2- MA, Islamic Azad University, Roudehen Branch,Roudehen,Iran
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The family is first social institute and one of its important social pathology is domestic violence. The main objective of this research was to predicting dimensions of domestic violence upon coping strategies domestically women victim. This research was correlational studies. With multistage random sampling 114 married women who reported domestic violence in their files were selected. Participants answered to three questionnaires: Lazarous test, Domestic Violence Questionnaire. The results showed that coping strategies such as escape and avoidance, responsibility have negative correlation with physical violence, while planned problem solving had a meaningful positive correlation with physical violence. Escape and avoidance variables as well as social support had meaningful positive correlations with psychological violence, while responsibility had a negative correlation with it. Data analysis showed that in general, there is significant correlation between the coping strategies with women who reported domestic violence and it could predict domestic violence based on coping strategies.

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