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Bawadi, H., Al-Hamdan, Z.M., Clark, C.J., Hall-Clifford, R., Hamadneh, J.M., & Al-Sharu, E.E. (2024). Infertile Jordanian Women’s Self-Perception About Societal Violence: An Interpretative Phenomenological Study. Int J Womens Health. 16, 593-603.

Abstract

This Interpretative Phenomenological study seeks to unravel the experiences of infertile women regarding societal violence in Jordan. By focusing on different types of community violence – physical, psychological, and emotional – The study aims to provide nuanced insights into the challenges these women confront. It also endeavors to identify contributing factors, including societal attitudes, cultural beliefs, and individual encounters, while informing policy and practice to mitigate this issue.

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