Étiologies sociales et conséquences des avortements non-médicalisés : Mécanismes de solutions, une enquête menée à Selembao en République Démocratique du Congo
Publication Date : 03/10/2022
Unmedicated abortions are criminal social acts capable of preventing the development of this social stratum composed of young girls. In this study, the dialectical method and the cluster or stratified sampling technique where the target population is divided into homogeneous subgroups, i.e., exclusively girls (5,609 individuals out of a population density of 56,095 female subjects) were used in order to better understand this dysfunctional social scourge. The sociological approach consisted in searching for the social aetiologies of non-medicalized abortions, in analysing the multiple consequences in order to find effective therapeutic orientations to protect this female juvenile mass in total perdition. The results of this research show that preventive approaches are effective, including intra-family communication. Also, this field investigation revealed that the precariousness of parents, iatrogenic group influences, parental irresponsibility, lack of frank intrafamilial communication concerning sexuality, perverse curiosity, etc. are social aetiologies of non-medicalized abortions.
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