Bom dia a todos(as)! Esse estudo tem narrativa politizada e não colabora em nada, com a convivência entre as pessoas, no BRASIL e no mundo inteiro. Vocês deveria deixar de lado esse lado "POLÍTICO", e o lado de interno de cada um de vocês, no que diz respeito a submissão de "LIDERES COMUNISTAS e SOCIALISTAS", porque, na história já esta comprovado que, o LEGADO destes regimes, simplesmente deixou a população MUNDIAL na EXTREMA POBREZA, e com fortes laços no "PATRIARCADO". Nenhum momento da história esses lideres e nem as esposas dos mesmos, fizeram questão de "VALORIZAR ou RECONHECER", as MULHERES, as CRIANÇAS, os JOVENS e muito menos pessoas "LGBTS". A separação e segregação das pessoas estão em todos os regimes e em todas as classes sociais do mundo. Não é necessário fazer estudos para contradizer esse estudo, porque, a MÍDIA MUNDIAL é SOCIALISTA e COMUNISTA, onde fazer com que o DEBATE JUSTO, não EXISTA. Não concordo com este ESTUDO. Sem mais.
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Can conservatism make women more vulnerable to violence?
preprintposted on 2021-02-17, 19:48 authored by Victor Araújo, Malu GattoMalu Gatto
Violence against women (VAW) affects at least 35% of women worldwide. The need to combat VAW is seemingly noncontroversial: As existing work shows, ideology does not explain governments' propensity to adopt anti-VAW legislation. Yet, effectively implementing anti-VAW legislation requires complex policy frameworks at odds with conservative values. Voters' preferences can meaningfully influence policy outputs, so can electoral conservatism make women more vulnerable to violence? Employing data from 5,570 Brazilian municipalities, we find that conservatism in the electorate is associated with the adoption of fewer anti-VAW policies. With data from a nationally-representative survey of Brazilian respondents (N=2,086), we then show that conservative voters are less likely to prioritize the need for tackling VAW. That is, the adoption of fewer anti-VAW policies in conservative municipalities reflects conservative voters’ policy preferences. Critically, our results suggest that in contexts where the electorate holds conservative preferences, policy responsiveness may incur costs to women's lives.
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I suggest to change the title for: "Can conservatism in the electorate influence the level of adoption of anti-VAW policies?". Since that is exactly what the study has shown. Or if you like the title as it is, then I think you need to demonstrate the positive relationship between the level of adoption of anti-VAW policies on those 5,570 Brazilian municipalities and the degree women's vulnerability to violence?