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Spirituality as a strategy to remark feminicide violence in mothers of victims




In Mexico, the feminist movement has fought for the eradication of feminicide violence, a systematic expression of hatred that harms the lives of women and girls. Based on a qualitative methodology, which focuses on the subjective experience of five mothers of victims, this article makes it difficult to shape spirituality as a strategy for subjecting and individualising beliefs. In turn, spirituality is a political tool that underpins the requirement of access to justice, contributes to mental well-being and also mediates between subjectivity and the structural problem of impunity and injustice in the country.

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