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Title: Desgaste psíquico y autoestima de mujeres en condición de vulnerabilidad social de ciudad Guzmán, Jalisco
Other Titles: Psychic attrition and self-esteem of women in a socially vulnerable condition in Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco
Author: Saldaña Orozco, Claudia
Carrión García, Maria de los Ángeles
Gutiérrez Strauss, Ana María
Echerri Garcés, Danny
Hernández Flores, Mónica Alejandra
Keywords: Social vulnerability
Mental health
Issue Date: 1-Feb-2019
Publisher: Duazary
Citation: Saldaña Orozco, C., Carrión-García, M.A., Gutierrez Strauss, A.M., Echerri Garcés, D. & Hernández Flores, M. A. (2019). Desgaste psíquico y autoestima de mujeres en condición de vulnerabilidad social de ciudad Guzmán, Jalisco. Duazary, 16(1), 39-52. doi: 10.21676/2389783X.2529
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Abstract: The purpose of the following study is to characterize the variables, psychic attrition, and self-esteem, as well as explore their association and identify differences, in a group of working and non-working women in a socially vulnerable condition of Ciudad Guzmán, Jalisco. Exploratory, descriptive, correlational study; we applied the fourth dimension of the Battery for the study of psychosocial working conditions (CTCPS-MAC), which evaluates psychic attrite and three factors (cognitive-emotional response, behavioral response, and physiological response). As well as the Cooper and Smith test that assesses self-esteem in three dimensions (self, family and social), to 195 vulnerable women to whom the System of Integral Development of the Family (DIF because of its acronym in Spanish) grants monthly support in the form of provisions, of which 125 are housewives and 70 work outside their home. The results showed a tendency in the majority of the population to present optimal ratings regarding psychic wear and self-esteem. There was no significant difference in women who work outside the home and those who do not. The correlation we found between the factor 1 of psychic wear and self-esteem. It remains an assumption for future studies that women with high self-esteem will tend to manifest less mental weariness.
Language: English
ISSN: 2389-783XMIAR

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