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Title:Pojavnost verbalnega in neverbalnega nasilja med poukom na razredni stopnji osnovne šole
Authors:Mlakar, Anja (Author)
Tekavc, Janja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V teoretičnem delu magistrske naloge so predstavljene splošne značilnosti medvrstniškega nasilja. Predstavljene so različne vrste medvrstniškega nasilja in njihovi udeleženci. Prav tako je predstavljena vloga šole, zaposlenih in učiteljev. Na koncu teoretičnega dela sta opisani opazovalna metoda in intervju, ki smo ju vključili pri empiričnem delu. V empiričnem delu sta najprej predstavljeni analizi ček liste in polstrukturiranega intervjuja. V nadaljevanju je predstavljena raziskava o pojavnosti verbalnega in neverbalnega nasilja, ki je bila izvedena v šolskem letu 2019/20. Zanimalo nas je, v kolikšni meri in pri katerem predmetu se neverbalno in verbalno nasilje pojavlja najpogosteje in najmanj pogostov določenem razredu in koliko različnih oblik nasilja se pojavi. Zanimalo nas je tudi, kako so oblika učne ure, zaporedje, čas učne ure in dan tedenskega opazovanja povezani s pojavnostjo neverbalnega in verbalnega nasilja pri pouku.To bomo primerjali z zaznavami učitelja, kdo je po njihovem mnenju običajno povzročitelj in žrtev nasilja ter kako se razlikujejo naša opažanja z zaznavanji učiteljev. Zanima nas, kateri so po učiteljevi oceni tisti dejavniki, ki pripomorejo k nastanku nasilja v šoli in kateri ga pomagajo preprečevati nasilje v šoli, ter ali učitelj pri pouku opazi neverbalno in verbalno vrstniško nasilje in kako v danem trenutku reagira. Rezultati analize opazovanja s ček listami so pokazali, da se neverbalno in verbalno nasilje pojavljata vsak dan, najpogosteje pri predmetu Glasbena umetnost, v obliki vedenja, nesramnih gest in vzdevkov. Omenjena opažanja se niso ujemala z rezultati intervjujev učiteljev o njihovih zaznavah pojavljanja nasilja med poukom. Največ nasilja se pojavlja pri frontalni obliki in na koncu učne ure, kar se le delno ujema z rezultati analize intervjujev. Najpogostejši izvajalci in žrtve nasilja so fantje. Rezultati analize intervjuja so pokazali, da so učitelji različnih mnenj glede dejavnikov, ki preprečujejo ali vzpodbujajo nasilje. Učitelji menijo, da v večini primerov opazijo nasilje med poukom, kadar se le-to zgodi.
Keywords:medvrstniško nasilje, verbalno nasilje, neverbalno nasilje, ček lista, polstrukturirani intervju
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[A. Mlakar]
Source:Maribor
UDC:364.63-057.874:373.3(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22843139 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:WCAXJNDW
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Language:English
Title:The occurence of verbal and non-verbal violence during the primary school lesson
Abstract:In the theoretical part of the master's thesis, the general characteristics of peer violence are presented. Different types of peer violence and their participants are presented. The role of the school, staff and teachers is also presented. At the end of the theoretical part, the observation method and the interview are described, which we included in the empirical work. The empirical part first presents an analysis of a checklist and a semi-structured interview. The following is a survey on the incidence of verbal and nonverbal violence, which was conducted in the 2019/20 school year. We were interested in how much and in which subject nonverbal and verbal violence occurs most often and least in a particular class; how many different forms occur, how the form of the lesson, the sequence, the time of the lesson and the day of the weekly observation are related to the occurrence of non-verbal and verbal violence in the classroom and compare it with the teacher's perceptions; who are usually the perpetrators and victims and to compare observations with teachers' perceptions; which, in the teacher's opinion, are the factors that contribute to the occurrence of violence at school and which help to prevent violence at school, and whether the teacher notices non-verbal and verbal peer violence in class and how he reacts at a given moment. The results of the analysis of observation with checklists showed that non-verbal and verbal violence occurs every day, most often in the subject Music Art in the form of behavior such as rude gestures and giving nicknames. The mentioned observations did not match the results of the teachers' interviews about their perceptions of the occurrence of violence during the lesson. Most violence occurs in the frontal form of the lesson and at the end of the lesson, which only partially coincides with the results of the interview analysis. The most common perpetrators and victims of violence are boys. The results of the analysis of the interview showed that teachers have different opinions about the factors that prevent or encourage violence. Teachers believe that in most cases, they notice violence during lesson when it happens.
Keywords:peer violence, verbal violence, nonverbal violence, checklist, semi-structured interview


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