The effectiveness of communication skills on the feeling of social security in women with experiences of domestic violence


  • Faeze Radbakht, Marjan Karbakhsh Davari, Arash Parsi, Fatemeh Zahra Memar, Neda Ahmadi


Domestic Violence, Communication Skills, Social Security


Introduction and Objective: Communication problems are a central issue in communication approaches to the family.

These approaches analyze the conflict between couples, not in the form of two people's problems, but as a dysfunctional relationship. This study aimed to investigate the effect of communication skills on the sense of social security in Tehran.

Method: This descriptive-analytical study was conducted by survey method. The statistical population and the sample size of all women who were referred to the forensic medicine of Tehran for 6 months in 2020 due to violence and spousal abuse were examined as a total of 450 women. Mohsen Tabrizi Domestic Violence Questionnaire, Barton Communication Skills, and Social Security Feeling Questionnaire were used to conduct the research. To analyze the data using SPSS-22 software from descriptive statistics including frequency distribution tables, means, standard deviation, and graphs, and to analyze the data and determine the correlation between variables, Pearson (r) test, and inferential tests are used. it placed.

Results: The highest frequency (55.74%) of the respondents were in the age group of 21 to 30 years, of which 57.38% were in the marriage years of 1 to 10 years and 40.3% of the respondents were in high school and housewives. Based on the analytical results, there is a significant difference between communication skills and women's sense of security.

Conclusion: Women 's communication skills can be effective in reducing husband violence against them.

It is also undesirable to refer to forensic medicine based on the results of feeling safe among abused women.