Vol. 20 Núm. 1 (2022)
Artículos

Exclusión Social y Tendencia a la Violencia como Predictores de Alienación Escolar entre Estudiantes de Secundaria en Turquía

Latife Kabakli Cimen
Biografía
Publicado 1 enero 2022

Palabras clave:

Tendencia a la violencia, Exclusión social, Alienación, Escuela, Estudiantes
Cómo citar
Kabakli Cimen, L. (2022). Exclusión Social y Tendencia a la Violencia como Predictores de Alienación Escolar entre Estudiantes de Secundaria en Turquía. REICE. Revista Iberoamericana Sobre Calidad, Eficacia Y Cambio En Educación, 20(1). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.uam.es/reice/article/view/15022

Resumen

Este estudio se realizó para explicar la exclusión social y la tendencia a la violencia como predictores de la alienación escolar entre los adolescentes. La muestra del estudio estuvo conformada por 595 estudiantes que cursan estudios en diferentes escuelas secundarias. Los datos se analizaron mediante estadística descriptiva. De acuerdo con los resultados obtenidos se determinó que los niveles de tendencia a la violencia, la exclusión social y la alienación de la escuela de los participantes no eran muy altos y que los participantes estaban mayoritariamente distanciados socialmente. Se determinó que los niveles de tendencia a la violencia de los estudiantes tuvieron efectos positivos y significativos sobre la “impotencia”, la “falta de normas”, la “falta de sentido” y el “aislamiento social” que son las subdimensiones de la alienación de la escuela. Además, se determinó que la "ignorancia", una de las subdimensiones de la exclusión social, tuvo efectos positivos y significativos en todas las subdimensiones distintas de la subdimensión de "aislamiento social", una de las subdimensiones de la alienación de escuela, y esa ignorancia tuvo un efecto negativo y significativo sobre el aislamiento social. Se determinó que la "exclusión", una de las subdimensiones de la exclusión social, tuvo efectos positivos y significativos sobre la "impotencia" y el "aislamiento social", que se encuentran entre las subdimensiones de la alienación de la escuela, sin embargo, no tuvo efectos significativos en las subdimensiones de "falta de normas" y "falta de sentido".

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