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dc.contributor.advisorAguilar Rodriguez, William Fredy-
dc.contributor.authorSanmartin Sánchez, María Andrea-
dc.date.accessioned2018-09-26T19:55:25Z-
dc.date.available2018-09-26T19:55:25Z-
dc.date.issued2018-09-
dc.identifier.urihttp://repositorio.uta.edu.ec/jspui/handle/123456789/28560-
dc.descriptionLa presente investigación se centra en inquirir mediante historias de vida, como el ser humano, específicamente en niñas y mujeres institucionalizadas, han interiorizado el miedo dentro de la sociedad, haciendo que la misma colectividad lo interiorice y lo acepte como propio de su cultura; dando como resultado la reproducción del miedo dentro de un determinado contexto. El miedo presente en niñas y mujeres en diversos estudios, se lo ha visualizado desde diferentes contextos, como el familiar, político, religioso, escolar, y socio cultural, no obstante, no se ha estudiado el problema desde el punto de vista del actor social, focalizando la presente investigación en conocer cómo se produce el miedo y reproduce dentro de un contexto. Los mismos que no han sido visibilizados como un problema social, pues el miedo muchas de las veces se lo acepta como parte de su cultura, es decir, los individuos lo naturalizan y lo reconocen como situaciones y actos que se les viene dado, situación que se da entre la construcción social y la interpretación cultural de los miedos, ya que es dentro de la comunidad, en la cual, el miedo está presente en cada uno de los asistentes determinados como víctimas, o potenciales víctimas, haciendo parte de una comunidad del dolor, con quienes conviven en este sentimiento.es_ES
dc.description.abstractTopic: Production and evaluation in children and teenage woman institutionalized within the province of Tungurahua. The present investigation is centered through inquired histories of life, like that of the average human being, especially in girls and women institutionalized, that have internalized fear within society, resulting in the same collective internalization and being able to accept it as part of their culture; This results in the reproduction of fear within a determined context. The fear present within girls and women in diverse studies has been visualized from a variety of different context such as family, politics, religion, education, and social cultural. However, there has not been researched conducted on the conflict from a social actor’s perspective, thus focusing the present investigation in studying and evaluating the initiation of fear and fits within the context. The same conflict that have not been made visible as a social problem, because fear is accepted many times as part of their culture. Individuals naturalize it and recognize it as situations and acts. A situation that occurs between the social construction and the cultural interpretation of the fears. Fear can be within the community, in which, the fear is present in each of the attendees determined as victims thus implying to being part of a community of pain, with whom they coexist in this feeling. Studying the production and reproduction of fear requires new conceptual and methodological approaches. Therefore, the qualitative methodology was useful which allowed me to have a wider and more accurate knowledge of the circumstances that a woman goes through to assimilate fear as part of his daily life. This was possible through field research.es_ES
dc.language.isospaes_ES
dc.publisherUniversidad Técnica de Ambato, Facultad de Jurisprudencia y Ciencias Sociales, Carrera de Trabajo Sociales_ES
dc.rightsopenAccesses_ES
dc.subjectNIÑAS Y MUJERESes_ES
dc.subjectPRODUCCIÓN Y REPRODUCCIÓN DEL MIEDOes_ES
dc.titleProducción y reproducción del miedo en niñas y mujeres institucionalizadas de la Provincia de Tungurahuaes_ES
dc.typebachelorThesises_ES
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