Mobbing and Bullying in Workers, Pregnant Students and Parents who Work and StudyJournal: Women's Health Science Journal(WHSJ) (Vol.4, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2020-01-10
Authors : Valdivieso RF;
Page : 1-8
Keywords : Mobbing; Bullying; Motherhood; Work; Women; Gender;
Mobbing, bullying and motherhood coupled with fatherhood in men and women who work and study, is considered part of the violence that is developing in the world of work according to the ILO (International Labor Organization). This research sought to study group violence such as mobbing and intimidation such as bullying when women become pregnant or become mothers. For this reason, we seek to analyze the impact of motherhood and fatherhood on men and women between 20 and 24 years of age, considered by the WHO (World Health Organization) to be full youth. We start from a generalized cultural assumption that men are able to bear the burden of study and work with greater skill than women and it is women who suffer more aggression. The questions that were sought to answer with this research are: Which group of women or men suffers more from group harassment, mobbing and intimidation accompanied by physical aggression such as bullying for being a mother or father? What are the types of violence you faced at school and at work for being a mother or father? The methodology for developing this study was qualitative and ethnographic. The techniques applied were in-depth interviews and case analysis. In addition to consulting various primary and secondary sources. It was interesting to study the modalities of violence in young men and women from 14 to 40 years of age. Our findings show that discrimination at school and at work was one of the main points of the interviewees. The aggression in the family was another reported data. At a younger age, violence against pregnant women is greater. Professionals are the ones who suffer the most aggression in their jobs when they become mother and father.
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