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Title: Los problemas sociales del acoso escolar y las conductas sexistas desde un enfoque de implicación familiar. Propuesta de intervención para prevenir el "bullying" y las conductas sexistas, orientada a niños-as de educación infantil, primer ciclo de educación primaria y a sus padres y madres
Author: Ferrer Guimerá, Inma
Tutor: López Catalán, Óscar
Keywords: emotional education
sexist behaviour
gender-based violence
parent's involvement
Issue Date: 12-Jan-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Statistics show that problems of bullying and gender-based violence in classrooms are maintained and adopted in other forms such as cyber bullying in Valencian Community. This TFG offers a proposal for intervention to prevent these behaviours in pre-schoolers and students of first grade of primary education, in the town of Vinaròs (Castelló). We propose a simultaneous application to parents and sons/daughters of a programme whose fundamental base is emotional education. It consists of 30 sessions distributed throughout an academic year, in after-school hours. Apart from content on the development of emotional intelligence, training will be provided formation on bullying and sexist behaviours, social and communicative skills, gender equality, sex education and responsible use of ICTs. This intervention wants to provide both, parents and sons/daughters, resources to reduce the vulnerability to reproduce in future bullying and sexist manifestations. It is expected that an approach to these topics in the early years of childhood, will produce a decrease in "bullying" and gender-based violence in adolescence, and in youth, it will become lower rates of aggression, violence towards the couple and violence against women. We want to raise awareness to the community that bullying and sexism should be treated as social problems, involving families, schools and public institutions. This proposal gives parents a primary role to prevent or re-conduct unwanted behaviours, because they are the first socializing agents of children and their reference figures, thus having the ability to modulate the conduct of their sons/daughters.
Language: Spanish
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