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Guilt of victims of femicide in Mexico from a patriarchal perspective


KeywordsTriple Keywords
Social inequality
Social equality
Mass communication
Communication, Primitive


The speech of femicide in these years brings with it the obligation to see beyond a policing issue or the murder of a woman, since, in addition to crime, femicides must be addressed as a social problem, including aspects of gender inequality, inequality, discrimination and stereotypes. This article seeks to reflect on how preconceived and stereotyped beliefs of women in Mexico may be inclined to blame victims of femicide. In order to develop this text, first of all a theoretical analysis of the root of these beliefs is carried out, and then an analysis of their implications in a particular case, from the media and a sample of family parents. In conclusion, it is demonstrated that victims suffer not only from the assassination and assassination committed by the homicide, but also from stereotypical trials in the surrounding society.

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