"I Am Not Scared" Project
Violența în școală
Florentina Anghel, Magdalena Balica, Ciprian Fartușnic, Irina Horga, Mihaela Ionescu, Mihaela Jigău, Aurora Liiceanu, Andreea Măruțescu, Doina Săucan, Lucian Voinea
Editura ALPHA MDN
Violence in schools
Parents, Policy Makers, Teachers, Researchers, School Directors.
Over 100 pages
The present study has aimed to provide an insight into the scale of the phenomenon of violence in Romanian schools, identifying in the same time the causes and factors that determine it. The study also suggests to civil society bodies responsible for this a set of recommendations on improving and preventing violence in schools.
The investigative process of the phenomenon of violence in schools was based upon a complex research strategy that combined both quantitative research methods, as well as qualitative methods.
In order to properly identify the phenomena of violence and its forms of manifestation, causes and possible solutions of prevention and intervention the researchers tried to capture representatives of different actors of the educational community – school managers, teachers, school inspectors, other factors responsible – representatives of the police, parents and students. The research has used multiple samples and many lots for investigation.
This study responds to a need of knowing the size, forms, manifestation and causes of the phenomenon of school violence. All of these are requirements for the development of national strategy regarding the violence in schools phenomenon. Research is thus a necessary step, a good argument to raise awareness of a wide audience and a condition for mobilizing resources.
The research objectives were:
- Assessing the scale of the phenomenon of violence in schools;
- Identifying the situations in which violence in schools occurs and developing a typology of the phenomenon;
- Indentifying the causes;
- Developing a set of recommendations for teachers and parents in order to improve the current situation.
I Am Not Scared Project
Copyright 2017 - This project has been funded with support from the European Commission