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Agresivno vedenje otrok do živali
Bobnar, Katja (Author), Juriševič, Mojca (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Torkar, Gregor (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Stopnja agresivnega vedenja posameznika je močno odvisna od socializacije, ki sprva poteka v družinskem okolju, kasneje pa tudi v vzgojno-izobraževalnih institucijah. Neprimerno vedenje otrok do živali je lahko posledica jeze, strahu ali fobije pred določeno živalsko vrsto, radovednosti, vrstniškega pritiska, želje po nadzoru in moči idr. Dosedanje raziskave nakazujejo, da je neprimerno vedenje do živali v otroštvu in mladostništvu pomemben pokazatelj kasnejšega nasilja nad ljudmi. Agresivno vedenje otrok do živali lahko kaže tudi na družinsko nasilje in zlorabe. Namen empirične raziskave v tem delu je bil ugotoviti, kako učitelji in učenci pojmujejo mučenje živali, kakšen je njihov odnos do živali in kakšne so njihove izkušnje z agresivnim vedenjem do živali. Zanimalo nas je tudi, kako učitelji vključujejo omenjeno problematiko v pouk. Pri raziskovanju smo uporabili empiričen kvantitativni pristop. Način vzorčenja je bil neslučajnostni in namenski. V raziskavo smo vključili 342 učencev 7., 8. in 9. razreda iz šestih osnovnih šol na Dolenjskem in 55 učiteljev iz istih šol. Pri raziskovanju smo uporabili dva anketna vprašalnika: za učence in učitelje. Pridobljene podatke smo statistično obdelali v programu SPSS z uporabo deskriptivne in inferenčne statistike. Rezultati empirične raziskave so pokazali, da večina učencev nima izkušenj z neprimernim odnosom do živali; večina mučenja živali pri svojih vrstnikih in starših ne opaža. Izkazalo se je, da učenci želijo pomagati živalim, kadar opazijo, da se kdo do njih vede neprimerno, pa tudi, da učitelji nimajo izkušenj z učenci, ki bi mučili živali. Večina učencev je zapisala, da se je pri pouku srečala s tematiko o primernem kot o neprimernem odnosu do živali. Dve tretjini anketiranih učiteljev pravi, da v pouk vključujejo tematiko o odnosu do živali.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:agresivno vedenje
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2018
COBISS.SI-ID:12164169 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Children's aggressive behaviour towards animals
Abstract:
The degree of aggressive behaviour of an individual depends heavily on socialization, which initially takes place in the family environment, and later in the educational institutions. Inappropriate behaviour of children towards animals can be the result of anger, fear or phobia from a particular animal species, but also from curiosity, peer pressure, desire for control, power, etc. Previous studies suggest that inappropriate behaviour towards animals in childhood and adolescence is an important indicator of later violence against humans. Aggressive behaviour of children towards animals can also indicate domestic violence and abuse. The purpose of the empirical study in this part was to determine how teachers and pupils perceive the torture of animals, what their attitude towards animals is and what their experience of aggressive behaviour towards animals is. How teachers incorporate these issues into lessons was also a focus of the study. In the study the empirical quantitative approach was used. The sampling method was non-random and purposive. 342 students of the 7th, 8th and 9th grade from six elementary schools in the Dolenjska region and 55 teachers from the same schools were included in the survey. Two survey questionnaires were used: one for pupils and one for teachers. The obtained data were statistically processed in the SPSS program using descriptive and inferential statistics. The results of the empirical research have shown that most pupils have no experience with an inappropriate attitude towards animals; most of them haven’t noticed animals being tortured by their peers and parents. It turned out that pupils want to help animals when they notice that someone is behaving inappropriately towards them, as well as that teachers have no experience with pupils who torture animals. Most of the pupils said that they learned about the topic of inappropriate attitude towards animals in the classroom. Two thirds of the surveyed teachers say that they include the topic of attitudes towards animals in their lessons.

Keywords:aggressive behaviour

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