Edith Stephany Ramos Cardenas, Soledad Jackeline Zegarra Ugarte, Lourdes Lacuta Sapacayo, Juana Victoria Bustinza Vargas

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.1926-1938

The objective of research was to determine the influence of sociocultural factors on violence against women. The type of research was basic or theoretical, with a quantitative approach of explanatory scope, non-experimental design, cross-sectional, with the hypothetical-deductive method. The population was made up of 123 users of the social program JUNTOS, the non-probabilistic sample was used, we worked with the 123 users by decision of the researcher. For data collection, the survey technique was used and the questionnaire was used as an instrument; Likewise, the hypothesis was validated through the Chi-Square. The main conclusion reached by the research is that sociocultural factors significantly influence violence against women in users of the JUNTOS social program in the district of Cabana – 2023, under a value of xc 2 (12.916 > 5.9915) with 3 degrees of freedom, significance of vp (0.000) probability less than (α = 0.05), with a confidence level of 95%, it is shown that sociocultural factors significantly influence violence against women, presenting greater influence on roles gender and machismo. In conclusion, it was identified that entrenched gender roles and machismo play a prominent role in the perpetuation of violence against women in this community. These results underscore the importance of addressing the cultural and social norms that underpin gender violence, and highlight the need for specific interventions aimed at changing these perceptions and behaviors in order to promote more egalitarian and violence-free relationships.

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