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La Importancia De Los Valores De La Familia En México

  • Jorge Ceballos Sebastian
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    La familia es el cimiento de la sociedad, porque en ella se aprende los valores y la educación que impactan desde la niñez hasta la edad adulta en la sociedad, estado y país. Para lograr un cambio fundamental es necesaria la educación por valores. La educación por valores es necesaria para la transformación de cualquier país y que debe estar cimentada en la familia, en los profesores de los diferentes niveles de educación así mismo los valores deben de practicadas en las empresas públicas y privadas. Se dice que hay crisis de valores pero nadie más tiene la culpa que nosotros mismos y los medios masivos de comunicación en algo también han favorecido con sus diferentes programas con alto contenido de antivalores del mexicano y de carencia de valor educativo.

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    Article provided by Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Contribuciones a las Ciencias Sociales.

    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): 2011-04 (April)

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