Identify of Wife Abuse Factors among Women Referred to Forensic Medicine Center was Minab City (In Iran)

Abdolhossain BahramiRavangi


This study aimed to identify various factors in spousal abuse of women referred to as the Minab City (in Iran) Forensic Medicine Center. The statistical population of the present study included all women who referred to forensic medicine in Minab City (in Iran) in 2017, of which 143 patients referred to forensic medicine in Minab City (in Iran) were selected as the sample. A sampling method was available. A researcher-made questionnaire was used as a research tool. The research tool was used after validation and reliability. A Chi-square test was used to analyze the research questions. The results showed that variables such as punishing the husband in his family, witnessing the husband in a fight between parents in his family, parental disrespect, freedom in choosing a spouse, the involvement of a relative in the marital life, pessimism of the husband, and Alcohol and drug use have been influential in the phenomenon of spousal abuse of women referring to forensic medicine in Minab city (in Iran). Overall, the results of the study confirmed that several sociological and psychological factors are influential in the occurrence of wife abuse.

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