OBETS. Revista de Ciencias Sociales

Sexismo y mitos del amor romántico en adolescentes que residen en centros de acogida

Ángela Carbonell, Irene Fernández, José-Javier Navarro-Pérez

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/OBETS2021.16.1.05

Resumen

La investigación explora la relación entre sexismo y la distorsión en mitos del amor romántico en adolescentes que residen en Centros de Acogida de Menores en Valencia (España). El diseño de investigación fue descriptivo transversal con una muestra de 147 adolescentes. Los resultados reflejan una relación estadísticamente significativa que indica que, a mayor sexismo en los y las adolescentes, mayores son las distorsiones románticas. Se identificaron mayores niveles de sexismo hacia las mujeres y mitos del amor romántico en chicos, mientras que las mujeres mostraron mayores puntuaciones en las actitudes sexistas hacia los hombres. Se concluye que la vivencia de situaciones de violencia familiar no tiene un efecto significativo en la adopción de actitudes y creencias sexistas y románticas idealizadas en adolescentes institucionalizados.

Palabras clave

Sexismo; amor romántico; adolescencia; violencia familiar; centros de acogida de menores

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