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Vnímané bezpečie u žien a porovnanie matiek žijúcich s partnerom a bez partnera

The Women’s perceived safety and its comparison between mothers living with partner and without partner.

Autor:

Daniela Husovská, Spoločenskovedný ústav SAV, Košice, husovska@saske.sk

Michal Kentoš, Spoločenskovedný ústav SAV, Košice, kentos@saske.sk

ISSN: 1335-3608

Abstract

The studies from recent years focused on perceived safety repeatedly showed, that women are more afraid. In our study we analyzed the data from European Social Survey. In our analysis we chose only women and specifically two groups – mothers living with partner and living without partner. The comparisons showed that in general mothers living with partner are less worried than mothers living without partner. We examined the differences between these two groups in different European countries. Regression analysis showed that the strongest predictor of perceived safety and fear of crime in women is the experience of personal victimization.

Keywords

Perceived safety. Women. Mothers living with partner. Mothers living without partner.

Bibliographic information

HUSOVSKÁ, Daniela – KENTOŠ, Michal. The Women’s perceived safety and its comparison between mothers living with partner and without partner. Individual and Society, 2013, Vol. 16, No. 2. 

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