Violência parental antes, durante e depois do confinamento devido à COVID-19

Autores

  • Ricardo Barroso Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro
  • Eduarda Ramião
  • Patrícia Figueiredo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17575/psicologia.1715

Palavras-chave:

Pais abusivos, Adolescentes, Experiências adversas na infância, Maus tratos, COVID-19

Resumo

Não existe evidência se as medidas de distanciamento social para controlar a transmissão da COVID-19 resultaram em mais ocorrências de violência parental. As informações sobre este problema decorrem de estimativas indiretas e de relatórios provenientes dos media. Importa, assim, recorrer a múltiplas fontes, particularmente das potenciais vítimas. Procurou-se neste estudo comparar a proporção de violência perpetrada sobre adolescentes antes, durante e após o período de confinamento devido à COVID-19 em Portugal. Três amostras diferentes com adolescentes entre os 12 a 18 anos foram recolhidas antes (n = 1444), durante (n = 1427) e após (n = 794) o confinamento e comparadas posteriormente para verificar variações na violência parental. Verificou-se a prática de agressões por parte dos pais, relatando os adolescentes ao mesmo tempo uma redução da violência psicológica, física e sexual durante e após o confinamento pela COVID-19. São discutidas as implicações deste estudo em termos práticos e de investigação.

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2022-04-08

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Barroso, R., Ramião, E., & Figueiredo, P. (2022). Violência parental antes, durante e depois do confinamento devido à COVID-19. PSICOLOGIA. https://doi.org/10.17575/psicologia.1715

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