COURSE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
Through insight into a programme such as this one, which has a theoretical and practical tone, young people gain insight into range of life situations and problems that loom at them. Students get answers to questions - what to do if they recognise such a situation or is something similar happens to them. They learn which experts to consult and how to help themselves and others. The course treats life from the other side.
COURSE DESCRIPTION AND SYLLABUS:
1. What is socially unacceptable behaviour. Conduct disorders (causes and consequences). Oppositional and spiteful disorders (causes and consequences). The relationship between cause and consequences - psychological, emotional, physical. Analysis of cause and consequences from the scientific/medical point of view. From the point of view of educational neglect, and the point of view of the inability to adjust socially and therefore be unaccepted. Visible and hidden effects: rejection, humiliation, intimidation isolation, inappropriate socialising, denying emotions and protection, abuse (physical and psychical).
2. Circumstances and environments within which socially unacceptable behaviour takes place. Family, school (teachers, students), media, work place, the street... Types of socially unacceptable behaviour: Violence or aggression (over children, women and all segments of society), intolerance and lack of understanding, verbal offences and conflicts, addictions (drugs, alcohol...), delinquency (juvenile), crime (sanctioning), incestuous relationships, paedophilia, rape (physical and psychological), separation from family due to bad or harmful relationships.
3. Reactions to socially unacceptable behaviour. Fear, stress, lack of self-confidence, depression. How to recognize, discover and physically approach such a person. Knowing how to reach those people on an emotional level and how to help them.
4. Knowledge and disciplines which may help. Psychological knowledge. Knowledge from the field of education (pre-school and family upbringing). Knowledge from the field of special education. Medical knowledge (gynaecology, paediatrics, psychiatry). Specific information in the area of social work. Legal knowledge (family law, parental rights and duties).
5. Securing a human development for the educational population. The preventive-curative relationship analysis (professional and social). The analysis of the altruistic and egoistic relationship. Encouraging emotional, moral, intellectual values. Encouraging criticism, analytical thought and responsibility (what is missing). Development of a civil and civilisational society, migrations and demographic. Changes that result in a multiple approaches to life and therefore have consequences.
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