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OVIRE OSNOVNIH ŠOL PRI POSREDOVANJU INFORMACIJ O ZAZNANEM SUMU NASILJA NAD OTROKOM : magistrsko delo
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Abstract
Namen magistrske naloge je bil ugotoviti, kakšne so ovire in kje so razlogi, da osnovne šole ne sporočajo zaznanega suma nasilja nad otrokom centru za socialno delo. V teoretičnem delu naloge govorimo o nasilju, ki so ga otroci deležni v družini, o medvrstniškem nasilju ter o šoli kot prostoru, ki naj bi bil varen za vsakega otroka. Strokovni delavci šole so tisti, ki morajo ščititi pravice in koristi otrok, a kljub temu da zaznavajo kršitve le-teh, omenjenih opažanj ne posredujejo organom, natančneje centru za socialno delo, ki bi tem nemočnim žrtvam nasilnih dejanj lahko nudil ustrezno pomoč. Povzet je tudi zakonodajni vidik, ki strokovne delavce šole zavezuje k odločnemu ukrepanju ne glede na lastna prepričanja in strahove. Raziskovalni del naloge je oprt na rezultate opravljenih intervjujev s svetovalno službo in vodstvom osnovnih šol. Pojasnjene so ovire, ki preprečujejo posredovanje informacij, način sodelovanja med institucijama in zadovoljstvo z njim, zavedanje o dolžnosti zaščite otrok ter senzibilnosti zaposlenih na šoli. Tekom naloge povezujem še svoje izkušnje dela na eni izmed osnovnih šol, ki je vključena v raziskavo, z rezultati opravljenih intervjujev in ugotavljam, ali je senzibilnost vodstva šole, svetovalnih delavcev, učiteljev in tehničnega osebja močnejša od vpliva okolja.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:nasilje, zaščita otrok, sodelovanje med institucijami, ukrepanje, ovire za posredovanje informacij
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FSD - Faculty of Social Work
Year:2021
Publisher:[Voršič]
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (181 str.))
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:364.63:373.3
COBISS.SI-ID:73385731 This link opens in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Barriers for elementary schools in providing information on perceived suspicions of violence against children
Abstract:
The main goal of the master thesis was to clarify the difficulties and reasons why elementary schools refuse to report any suspected violence against children to the Social Work Centre. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on domestic violence against children, peer violence and the school as a place where all children should feel safe. School employees should protect children’s rights and benefits, however, despite detecting a breach of rights, they don't report this maltreatment to competent institutions, i.e., Social Work Centre, which could provide adequate support to helpless victims of violence. Furthermore, the legislation perspective is summarized, which bounds the school employees to take decisive action regardless of their own beliefs and fears. The research part of the thesis is based on the results of the interviews, carried out with school consultants and principles. It focuses on difficulties that prevent the transmission of information, cooperation between the institutions and its success, awareness of the duty to protect children, and the sensibility of school employees. My personal experience of working at one of the elementary schools is also included in the research, along with the results of the executed interviews. Finally, we observed whether the sensibility of the school principals, consultants, teachers and technical staff is greater than the influence of the environment.

Keywords:violence, child protection, cooperation with institutions, intervention, difficulties in information transmission

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