O que sabemos sobre a violência contra as mulheres em tempos pandêmicos? Insights baseados em tendências de busca

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https://doi.org/10.25118/2763-9037.2021.v11.204

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Violência doméstica, Tendências de busca, COVID-19

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Objetivo: Mulheres tem sido associadas, desde o início da pandemia com níveis mais elevados de stress e ansiedade. Esta breve comunicação visa avaliar a situação da violência doméstica contra a mulher no Brasil durante o isolamento social devido à pandemia da COVID-19. Métodos: Extraímos dados do Google Trends mostrando a magnitude das pesquisas sobre os temas violência doméstica e denúncias de violência doméstica e depois comparamos com dados de relatórios de denúncias. Resultados: As buscas no Google contendo esses termos aumentaram enquanto as denúncias contra a violência doméstica diminuíram. Conclusão: O crescimento das buscas sobre violência doméstica e queixas de violência doméstica indica a possibilidade de um aumento real  deste tipo de violência no Brasil

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Guatimosim RF, Teles ALS, Loureiro FF, Baldaçara LR, Silva AG da, Miranda DM de, Malloy-Diniz LF. O que sabemos sobre a violência contra as mulheres em tempos pandêmicos? Insights baseados em tendências de busca . Debates em Psiquiatria [Internet]. 26º de setembro de 2021 [citado 8º de dezembro de 2021];11:1-14. Disponível em: https://revistardp.org.br/revista/article/view/204

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