TITLE

LAS COMPETENCIAS EMOCIONALES EN EL ÁMBITO AFECTIVO-SEXUAL DE LOS ADOLESCENTES AUTÓCTONOS E INMIGRANTES

AUTHOR(S)
Ayala, Encarnación Soriano; González, Antonio José
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
RIE: Revista de Investigacion Educativa;ene2013, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p133
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Part of adolescence develops during secondary education years, which is an ideal time to work on emotional relation by means ofvarious emotional competences. This study was carried out on Spanish and immigrant adolescents, and aims to identify emotional competences adolescents use to solve conflicts that may arise in their affective-sexual relations, so that guidelinesfor educational intcrvention in multicultural schools may be suggested. The approach undertaken was focused ethnography. The sample comprised 80 adolescents ofeight nationalities. Data mere collected by means of semi-structured interviews. A set of categories was identified for the analysis of data. Two key findings zvere: 1) culture influences affective-sexual relations and the construction of emotional competences, and 2) thefact that classrooms are multicultural is positive because it facilitates educational intervention in emotional competences in the affective-sexual field.
ACCESSION #
84345308

 

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