“Factores que inducen el acoso escolar en los estudiantes del Instituto de Educación Básica por Cooperativa San Gabriel Suchitepéquez”

Velásquez Solis, Juan Aníbal (2015) “Factores que inducen el acoso escolar en los estudiantes del Instituto de Educación Básica por Cooperativa San Gabriel Suchitepéquez”. Other thesis, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala.

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Bullying (also known as bullying, school bullying, school bullying, school bullying or bullying in English) is any form of physical psychological abuse, verbal or produced between schools repeatedly over a specified time in the classroom and through social networks specific name of cyberbullying. Statistically, the dominant type of violence is emotional and occurs mainly in the classroom and playground schools. The protagonists of cases of bullying are often children in process of entry into adolescence. This kind of school violence is characterized therefore by a reiteration aimed at achieving the intimidation of the victim, implying an abuse of power as is exercised by a stronger aggressor (whether real or perceived strength subjectively) than that . The subject is abused and physically exposed and emotionally abusive to the subject, generating as a result a number of psychological consequences (although these are not part of diagnosis); it is common for the living harassed terrified with the idea of attending school and who show very nervous, sad and lonely in their daily lives. In some cases, the severity of the situation can lead to thoughts of suicide and even their realization, own consequences of harassment of people of any age. The aim of the practice of bullying is to intimidate, belittle, reduce, subject, flattening, intimidate and consume, emotionally and intellectually, to the victim, in order to obtain a favorable outcome for those who harass or meet a pressing need to dominate, subjugate , attack and destroy others who may have stalkers as a predominant pattern of social relationships with others. Sometimes the child developing behaviors towards others seek harassment by the method to get the recognition and attention of others, of lacking, getting to learn a relationship model based on exclusion and contempt for others. Very often the child who harasses another colleague usually very quickly surrounded by a band or group of bullies who join unanimously and gregarious behavior of harassment against the victim way. This is due to the lack of an outside 3 authority (egg, a teacher, relative, etc.) to impose limits on this type of behavior, the main stalker projecting an image of leader on the rest of their peers followers. Often violence is a form of socially channeled, materializing in a known mechanism of regulation in crisis groups: the mechanism of the scapegoat. Destroy is not a follower, which resists, the different, which excels academically at-ferrous imbued with moral principles, etc.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Comunicación ; Padres de familia ; Estudiantes ; Violencia Intrafamiliar ; Motivación ; Acoso escolar
Subjects: 300 Ciencias sociales > 300 Ciencias sociales > 302 Interacción social
300 Ciencias sociales > 300 Ciencias sociales > 304 Factores que afectan el comportamiento social
300 Ciencias sociales > 300 Ciencias sociales > 305 Grupos sociales
300 Ciencias sociales > 300 Ciencias sociales > 307 Comunidades
300 Ciencias sociales > 370 Educación > 373 Educación secundaria
300 Ciencias sociales > 370 Educación > 374 Educación de adultos
300 Ciencias sociales > 370 Educación > 375 Currículos
300 Ciencias sociales > 370 Educación > 379 Asuntos de política pública en educación
Divisions: 22 Centro Universitario del Sur-Occidente - CUNSUROC > Licenciatura en Pedagogía y Administración Educativa
Depositing User: Ana Teresa / ATCY Cap Yes
Date Deposited: 27 Feb 2018 02:22
Last Modified: 27 Feb 2018 02:22
URI: http://www.repositorio.usac.edu.gt/id/eprint/5276

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