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La Resolución De Conflictos En El Aula: La Asamblea

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  • Nuria Otero Martínez

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La violencia se puede definir como el uso de una fuerza abierta u oculta con el fin de obtener de un individuo o grupo lo que no quieren libremente. El tema de la violencia está estrechamente vinculado al poder, toda situación de violencia es una situación de poder. Foulcault señala que existen redes sociales en las cuales el poder circula y que el ejercicio del poder se fue modificando a lo largo de la historia. Antiguamente se ejercía el poder sobre la totalidad de la sociedad, pero al complejizarse la red de relaciones hay elementos que se escapan a su control; se hace necesario, entonces, un nuevo mecanismo que controle las cosas y las personas en cada detalle, de esta forma el poder se ejerce sobre el individuo y no sobre el cuerpo social en su totalidad.

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  • Nuria Otero Martínez, 2009. "La Resolución De Conflictos En El Aula: La Asamblea," Cuadernos de Educación y Desarrollo, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 2, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:cedced:y:2009:i:2:27
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    conflictos; aula; educacion; asamblea; Foulcault;

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