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Title:Spolno nasilje v olimpijskih borilnih veščinah : diplomsko delo univerzitetnega študijskega programa Varstvoslovje
Authors:Lemajić, Dunja (Author)
Frangež, Danijela (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Spolno nasilje se pojavlja v vseh družbenih slojih, povsod po svetu, ne glede na spol, raso, vero, itd. Pri večini ljudi spolno nasilje vzbuja občutke neprijetnosti in sramu, zato si le stežka priznajo, da bi se zloraba lahko zgodila njim ali osebam, ki jih poznajo. Po podatkih Slovenske policije (n. d. a) spolne zlorabe predstavljajo veliko temno polje kriminalitete. Žrtve naj bi se zelo redko javno izpostavile in prijavile storilca, večinoma zaradi strahu pred nerazumevanjem družbe, stigmatizacijo in izločitvijo iz okolja. Policijske statistike kažejo, da naj bi bili najpogostejši storilci spolnega nasilja ravno žrtvi dobro poznane osebe (Policija, n. d. b). Storilec spolnega nasilja ima nad žrtvijo vedno določeno moč in prevlado, katero skuša na različne načine obdržati (grožnje, izsiljevanje, itd.). Kljub temu, da spolno nasilje v Sloveniji še vedno predstavlja tabu, ga je mogoče zaznati v vseh življenjskih področjih posameznika, tudi v športu. V diplomskem delu predstavljamo spolno nasilje v olimpijskih borilnih veščinah, in sicer: v boksu, judu, rokoborbi in taekwondoju. Z opravljeno raziskavo smo ugotovili, da je spolno nasilje v olimpijskih borilnih veščinah v Sloveniji redko prisotno. Najpogosteje so športniki žrtve verbalnega spolnega nasilja (komentiranje fizičnega izgleda, osebna vprašanja o spolnem življenju, nezaželene šale na račun spolnosti…), redkeje fizičnega (otipavanje, slačenje, udarjanje po intimnih delih telesa, siljenje v spolne aktivnosti ...). Večina športnikov se s svojim trenerjem dobro razume in mu zaupa, kot najpogostejše izvajalce kaznivih dejanj pa športniki navajajo sotekmovalce v klubih. Skoraj vsi anketiranci so mnenja, da spolno nasilje ne bi smelo biti prisotno v športu, da bi ga ob morebitni zaznavi prijavili in da spolnih zlorab ne bi dopuščali niti zaradi športnih uspehov.
Keywords:diplomske naloge, spolno nasilje, spolne zlorabe, borilne veščine, žrtve
Year of publishing:2019
Year of performance:2019
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[D. Lemajić]
Number of pages:VI, 41 str.
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:343.988(043.2)
COBISS_ID:3752426 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:V6MI6WVM
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Language:English
Title:Sexual violence in Olympic martial arts
Abstract:Sexual violence occurs within all social classes and everywhere in the world regardless of sex, race, religion, etc. With most people, sexual violence evokes feelings of displeasure and shame. It can be tough to admit that sexual abuse could happen to them or the people they know. According to information provided by the Slovenian Police (n. d. a) sexual abuse represents a large and murky share of crime. Victims rarely publicly expose themselves and report their abusers. This is mostly due to the fear of being shamed, stygmatised and cast out from society. Police statistics show that the perpetrators of sexual abuse are most frequently people that the victim knows well (Police, n. d. b). The abusers always has a certain power and dominance over the victim, which he or she tries to hold on to with in different ways (threats, extortion, etc.). Even though sexual violence remains a taboo in Slovenia, it can be recognized in all the individual’s spheres of activity, including sports. In this thesis, we research sexual violence in the Olympic martial arts, which are: boxing, judo, wrestling and taekwondo. In our research we discovered that in Slovenia, sexual violence is rarely present. Most often, the athletes are victims of verbal sexual harassment (comments on their physical appearance, personal questions about their sexual lives, unwanted remarks on sexual preference, etc.) and less commonly also physical sexual harassment (groping, undressing, hitting the intimate areas, forced sexual contact, etc.). Most athletes get along well with their trainers and trust them. Most often the perpetrators of abuse are other athletes in their clubs. Almost all respondents agree, that sexual violence should not be present in sports and would report it at once, nor would they suffer it for athletic achievements.
Keywords:Sexual violence, sexual abuse, martial arts, victims


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