P. García, E. Mira
The intention with this article is to shed light on the different characteristics in the consumption of addictive substances considering gender, in order to provide the tools and instruments which are essential to the design of programs and treatments that incorporate that perspective in their daily practice. The final aim is that these treatments are of greater efficiency, both in access/joining these women with addictions, and the outcome of rehabilitation. It is, thus, to acquire more knowledge to better use of resources and services that are operated reintegration of addicts both private and public partnerships. Differences socially assigned to each gender inequalities produced an impairment affecting the health, development and welfare of women relative to men. Through qualitative methods (interviews and focus groups), it has been evident from the analysis of discourse, how women consume, what kind of substances are more associations, social charges in addition to being a woman addicted (multiple discrimination) and difficulties show themselves when accessing drug treatment.
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Published on 31/03/17
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