La discriminación invisible. Identificar el Bullying Étnicocultural en adolescentes y prevenirlo mediante el Modelo Educativo de Convivencia Intercultural (MECI)
Rodríguez Hidalgo, Antonio Jesús
Modelo Educativo de Convivencia Intercultural
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Intercultural inclusive education it is not possible in case of peer discriminatory violence, reiterated and cultural difference based. Ethniccultural discrimination has been studied as prejudice in people socialization. However, ethniccultural discrimination as dynamic behaviour during childhood and adolescence it is less known. The aim of this work is to show scientific evidences collected during several years of investigation, related to peer ethniccultural discrimination, reiterated and under imbalance power situation: ethniccultural bullying. Results and conclusions are exposed in order to their prevalence, not only related to belonging to different cultural groups, the moral assessment, their effects and consequences, but also precursors and protectives. This results allow us to maintain an explicative theory about this peer violence and discrimination phenomena. In order to prevent and palliate the ethniccultural bullying, is proposed the Intercultural Convivencia Educational Model (MECI). Its principles and axes are described with the aim of its development in pluricultural schools. Consider about future investigation lines in ethniccultural bullying, according to improve the effectiveness of preventing and palliative measures.