Todo mundo sangra o mesmo: uma pesquisa bibliográfica sobre a prevenção e a cultura da violência universitária
Tercetti, Tales Barbosa
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In Brazil, research on conflict and violence prevention is incipient and there is no national survey that has assessed the magnitude of both to date. magnitude of both, so far. When we talk about conflict prevention models, we can mention three types: discipline based on discipline, mediation, and dialogue, ranging from the application of disciplinary measures disciplinary measures, to the creation of services of attention and development of and development of prevention activities. To this end, a survey was made of projects or programs on conflict and violence prevention in the university environment, analyzing documents documents that cite programs aimed at conflict prevention and resolution in higher education institutions of higher education, following the principles of bibliographic research involving a systematized search of original documents indexed in the period between January 1, 2015 and November 31, 2020. From the documents found, initially the titles and abstracts were analyzed for selection of potentially eligible studies potentially eligible studies to be read in their entirety afterwards. One aspect that draws attention to the small number of studies on violence and conflict prevention in in higher education institutions, leading to a latent need for greater investment in the research area. investment in this area of research. Universities should be safe spaces for everyone, but the majority of universities and all, but most Brazilian universities do not have structured policies to prevent violence and also do not have to prevent violence and also do not present clear and continuous strategies to curb violence at the and despite the dialogic model of conflict prevention is a step further in the prevention of violence. the dialogic model of conflict prevention represents one more step to prevent coexistence problems coexistence, it does not mean that models based on discipline and mediation will be completely replaced completely, but rather that they, by themselves, do not eradicate these problems.
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