Detection of trends to the transgression of standards in adult students of an Educational Unit of Primary Education in Ecuador: Investigation article

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Title Detection of trends to the transgression of standards in adult students of an Educational Unit of Primary Education in Ecuador: Investigation article
Detección de tendencias a la transgresión de normas en estudiantes adultos de una Unidad Educativa de Educación Primara en Ecuador: Artículo de investigación
 
Creator Durán-Solórzano, Stéfano Alexander
 
Subject transgresión
normas
psiquiatría
psicoanálisis
grafología
transgression
norms
psychiatry
psychoanalysis
graphology
 
Description This research work sought to detect trends in the transgression of norms based on 14 samples of adults studying in the 10th grade primary school course at night in a fiscal school in the city of Guayaquil - Ecuador. Emphasis was placed on psychiatric medical theory and psychoanalysis. The first frame coined the construct of antisocial personality disorder whose tendencies are: to be dramatic; maintaining superficial interpersonal relationships, as well as superlative conflicts; problems with moral norms or the law. The next framing was the psychoanalytic that, from the perversion construct, where the subject enjoys putting the other as an object within an asymmetric power relationship. The Inverted Protocol of Graphic Alerts© was used for the detection of transgressors of norms in the graphological evaluation where the following results were obtained: invasion of foreign space, problems to comply with orders from the authority, bursts of irritability in response to low tolerance to frustrating or stressful situations, confusing ideas whose consequence is having difficult or complex behaviors, abandoning tasks if they do not get quick results and not taking responsibility for the acts, delegating (responsibility) to third parties.
Keywords: transgression, norms, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, graphology.
Este trabajo de investigación buscó detectar las tendencias a la transgresión de normas basada en 14 muestras de adultos que estudian en el 10mo curso de educación primaria de la jornada nocturna en un colegio fiscal de la ciudad de Guayaquil – Ecuador. Se hizo énfasis en la teoría médico-psiquiátrica y en el psicoanálisis. El primer encuadre acuña el constructo de trastorno de la personalidad antisocial cuyas tendencias son: ser dramáticos; mantenimiento de relaciones interpersonales superficiales, además de conflictivas de modo superlativo; problemas con las normas morales o la ley. El siguiente encuadre fue el psicoanalítico que, desde el constructo de perversión, donde el sujeto goza poniendo como objeto al otro dentro de una relación asimétrica de poder. Se utilizó el Protocolo Invertido de Alertas Gráficas© para la detección de sujetos transgresores de normas en la evaluación grafológica donde se obtuvieron los siguientes resultados: invasión de espacio ajeno, problemas para acatar órdenes de la autoridad, estallidos de irritabilidad como respuesta a la baja tolerancia a situaciones frustrantes o estresoras, ideas confusas cuya consecuencia sea el tener comportamientos difíciles o complejos, abandonar las tareas si no obtienen resultados rápidos y no asumir la responsabilidad de los actos, delegándola a terceros.
Palabras clave: transgresión, normas, psiquiatría, psicoanálisis, grafología.
Abstract
This research work sought to detect trends in the transgression of norms based on 14 samples of adults studying in the 10th grade primary school course at night in a fiscal school in the city of Guayaquil - Ecuador. Emphasis was placed on psychiatric medical theory and psychoanalysis. The first frame coined the construct of antisocial personality disorder whose tendencies are: to be dramatic; maintaining superficial interpersonal relationships, as well as superlative conflicts; problems with moral norms or the law. The next framing was the psychoanalytic that, from the perversion construct, where the subject enjoys putting the other as an object within an asymmetric power relationship. The Inverted Protocol of Graphic Alerts© was used for the detection of transgressors of norms in the graphological evaluation where the following results were obtained: invasion of foreign space, problems to comply with orders from the authority, bursts of irritability in response to low tolerance to frustrating or stressful situations, confusing ideas whose consequence is having difficult or complex behaviors, abandoning tasks if they do not get quick results and not taking responsibility for the acts, delegating (responsibility) to third parties.
Keywords: transgression, norms, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, graphology.
Información del manuscrito:Fecha de recepción: 01 de abril de 2020Fecha de aceptación: 09 de julio de 2020Fecha de publicación: 10 de julio de 2020
 
Publisher IBKNORGCORP S.A.
 
Date 2020-07-10
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
text/html
 
Identifier https://journalgestar.org/index.php/gestar/article/view/17
10.46296/gt.v3i6.0016
 
Source GESTAR Arbitrated Scientific Journal in Health Research. ISSN: 2737-6273.; Vol. 3 No. 6 (2020): Revista Científica Arbitrada en Investigaciones de la Salud GESTAR; 37-43
Revista Científica Arbitrada en Investigaciones de la Salud GESTAR. ISSN: 2737-6273.; Vol. 3 Núm. 6 (2020): Revista Científica Arbitrada en Investigaciones de la Salud GESTAR; 37-43
2737-6273
10.46296/gt.v3i6
 
Language spa
 
Relation https://journalgestar.org/index.php/gestar/article/view/17/28
https://journalgestar.org/index.php/gestar/article/view/17/29
 
Rights Derechos de autor 2020 Revista Científica Arbitrada en Investigaciones de la Salud GESTAR
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0
 

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