عنوان مقاله [English]
Violence in society, especially in the family, is one of the acute social problems that is observed in all geographical areas and religious and racial groups and educational, occupational, economic and social levels. The purpose of this study is a sociological analysis of domestic violence against children in Ilam with a grounded theory approach. The study population includes all parents involved in the phenomenon of child abuse in Ilam. The sample size was determined based on theoretical saturation, and the validity of the findings was provided by confirmation and matching with the opinions of expert judges and key informants. In this study, information was collected through in-depth interviews and semi-structured. Analysis of graduate interviews led to the formation of a conceptual framework in the form of causal conditions with the categories of "low economic capital", "corona and change in family lifestyle", "family inefficiency", "health status", background conditions in the form of " "Generational conflict", "Parental anticipation tradition", "Gender inequality", "Another desire", and "Violence as a normative norm", Mediating conditions in the form of "Internet and changing habits", "Conflict of job-family roles", And the strategies of "despair", "punishment as education" and finally the category of negative individual consequence, "family-social consequence".Considering the relationship between the categories, finally the core category of "structural deprivation" was extracted as a category explaining violence against children in the city of Ilam.