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Gender-based violence against women in Yucatan





The types of violence are analysed: domestic, institutional and feminicide, using the concept of ‘gender-based violence against women’, in combination with the dimensions of violence proposed by Johan Galtung: interpersonal, structural and cultural/symbolic, to demonstrate that gender-based violence against women in Yucatan State, Mexico, is carried out not only at home, but also in institutions and collective representations, spaces where women are still seen as an object symbol, which determines the occurrence of extreme violence potentially leading to femicide.

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