Vold, køn og kultur – en etnografisk tilgang

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  • Sofie Danneskiold-Samsøe Koordinationen for Kønsforskning
  • Yvonne Mørck
  • Bo Wagner Sørensen

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7146/kkf.v25i2-3.97074

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Violence, gender and culture – an ethnographic approach. This article explores how an ethnographic approach to the study of violence against women (VAW) can provide insight into a particular gender culture with particular gender logic(s). The empirical data come from a study the authors have done on VAW in ethnic minority families in Denmark. The analytical framework consists of four analytical perspectives: the perception of violence, the continuum of violence,
the triangle of violence and the context of violence. The main findings are: An ethnographic approach contributes with a unique ‘insider’ perspective, which makes it possible to get insight into the gender-cultural logic(s) of violence while putting these into play with general features of VAW and ethnographic context. VAW emphasizes a particular gender order by disciplining women. In that sense violence serves as an arena for the construction of gender. 

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2017-09-22

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Danneskiold-Samsøe, S., Mørck, Y., & Sørensen, B. W. (2017). Vold, køn og kultur – en etnografisk tilgang. Kvinder, Køn &Amp; Forskning, 25(2-3). https://doi.org/10.7146/kkf.v25i2-3.97074

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