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Gender perspective in judicial actions and decisions against violence against women


KeywordsTriple Keywords
Social inequality
Social equality
Person (Philosophy)
Agency (Philosophy)
Agent (Philosophy)
Laws (Statutes)
Legislative acts
Enactments, Legislative
Legislative enactments
Acts, Legislative
Empowerment (Social sciences)
Power (Social sciences)
Political power
Dialectic (Logic)
Logic, Deductive
Deduction (Logic)
Deductive logic


Judges should apply the gender perspective, in cases where violence against women becomes a transformative role, given that they play a transformative role in the face of formal, material and structural inequality at the time of hearing the proceedings. When judging, they are agents of change in the design and implementation of people’s life project. The aim of the law is to combat asymmetric power relationships, patterns of inequality that affect the development of men and women within society. Such judicial decisions should not only guarantee rights, but also be preventive, and necessary to eradicate a life free from violence against women. The type of applied research in the article was qualitatively quantitative, with emphasis on qualitative research that within the Legal Argumentation by judges incorporates gender equality approaches to violence against women.

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