INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL WORK, vol.65, no.1, pp.110-123, 2022 (SSCI)
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Children after femicide, ecosystem approach, exposure of children to violence, intimate partner femicide, social work, trauma, NEGLECTED VICTIMS, HOMICIDE, MURDER, WITNESS
Hacettepe University Affiliated:
Femicide is experienced almost every day in Turkey due to male violence; tens of thousands of families and children who are affected by the violence are, at the same time, left behind. In this study, in-depth interviews were conducted, using a qualitative method, with 6 children and 17 caregivers who were left behind following 10 cases of femicide, and the problems and needs experienced by these people are revealed.