Justina Mas Mas, Rossana Teresa Veramendi Vernazza
The identification of variables that affect violence against women is important, because it can be decisive in reducing violence against women and even saving their lives. For this reason, the objective of this research is to determine if intersectionality and gender stereotypes affect violence against women, it is a study carried out in the district of Chachapoyas, Amazonas, this year 2023. It is of a quantitative approach, basic type, non-experimental, cross-sectional, correlational-causal. 65 women between the ages of 18 and 60 were surveyed using three questionnaires, one for each variable, which were validated by expert judgment; a pilot test was also carried out on 20 women to determine their level of reliability of the variables intersectionality, gender stereotypes and violence against women, these indicated Cronbach’s alpha values of 0.885, 0.934 and 0.929 respectively; the information was processed with statistical software SPSS version 26. The statistical analysis of the data was done using the ordinal logistic regression model. The results indicated that 22% (Nagelkerke) of the variability of violence against women is explained by intersectionality and gender stereotypes. This means that there is dependence on intersectionality and gender stereotypes regarding violence against women in the district of Chachapoyas.
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