Year:2021   Volume: 3   Issue: 6   Area: Psychology

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Nasser Najib Lutof KHOURY

VERBAL SEXUAL HARASSMENT AMONG STUDENTS IN NAZARETH AND MECHANISMS TO REDUCE IT, FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF SPECIALITS AND COUNSLERS

The study aimed to identify the reality of verbal sexual harassment in the cyberspace of Tawjihi students from the point of view of specialists and counselors. The researcher used the qualitative approach, and the study population consisted of a random sample of 30 specialists and counselors. The researcher used the interview as a study tool, which consisted of two (2) questions. The first paragraph includes questions about the spread of the phenomenon, consisting of (4) areas (definition, spread, causes, technology), and the second paragraph on the mechanism of reducing it, consisting of (6) areas (education, family - parents, school curriculum, authority institutions ,victims of the phenomenon, groups of the influence). After using the interviews and analyzing them, the results of the study showed that the estimates of the sample members have linked education and verbal sexual harassment, so that the relationship was inverse, that is, the greater the awareness of the lack of verbal sexual harassment. in favor of females. This study also dealt with the impact of the Corona epidemic on the spread of this phenomenon in a very wide way, in the years 2018-2020. The recommendations came to the need to monitor budgets by the authority, to hold courses and workshops throughout the year, to establish an educational and deterrent committee, to include the subject of verbal sexual harassment in the school curriculum, to monitor its implementation throughout the year, and to listen to the reactions of students and parents after the end of the first semester of the year, It is the application of education curriculum of sexual harassment over the network‎.

Keywords: Sexual Harassment, Educational Specialists, Students, Cyberspace, Family, School, Budgets. (220 Word).

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.6-3.2


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