The aim was to understand how violence is understood by the young, in their experience, in the perspective of corporeality and vulnerability. Qualitative research was undertaken with 21 young people, students of nursing at a university in the West of the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina. The information was produced based on a genogram and ecomap, and on the dynamics of creativity and sensitivity, these being interpreted in the light of Hermeneutics. The young understand violence as an absence of happiness, as something which harms their integrity; by violence, they understand the negligence existing in the relationship between parents and children and in the conflictual relationships experienced in the family. The study raised important elements for understanding the violence from the viewpoint of the young person, revealing the need to outline actions of nursing care which reduce the situations of vulnerability to this phenomenon which interferes in their way of being in the world.
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Educação (FE); Faculdade de Educação - FE (RG)Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Educação (FE); Faculdade de Educação - FE (RG)
This research desenvolvou up in the search line Training , Teacher Professionalization and
Educational Practices Program Graduate School of Education , Federal University of Goiás and
integrated the REDECENTRO - institutional study of the Midwest that the academic research
on teachers ( UFG / UFT / UNB / UFMS / UFMT / UFU / UNIUBE ) . The objective of the
research was to build pedagogical rationale for a teacher training that contributes to the
denaturalization of domestic violence as an educational method punitive discipline . In the
specific objectives , the thesis has identified and analyzed formative experiences that performed
in their pedagogical integration between objective and subjective knowledge in teacher
education. We sought to further investigate the knowledge built by professionals who act as
trainers of reference in situations involving issues of violence against children . The theoretical
and methodological approach adopted in this study were guided by a conception of the world
and the man who denies the naturalization of social phenomena and understands that the
immediate reality hides historically built inequalities are justified or hidden ideologies . This
thesis was configured on a qualitative research ...
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