Puedo Manejar mi Enojo y Evitar la Violencia (I Can Control My Anger and Avoid Violence)

Publish Date: 
2002
Media Type: 

Esta herramienta, producida por el Instituto Costarricense para la Acción, Educación e Investigación de la Masculinidad, Pareja y Sexualidad (WEM) , puede ser utilizado en los talleres de prevención de violencia de género para los hombres. Algunos de los puntos claves abordados son: enseñar a los hombres a reconocer y detener los ciclos de violencia, identificar los pensamientos y los acontecimientos que conducen a la violencia, aprenden técnicas básicas para el manejo de la ira y la prevención de la violencia y reconocer cómo el machismo, el poder y los arquetipos masculinos se expresan en su vida cotidiana.

This tool, produced by the WEM institute, can be used in gender violence prevention workshops for men. Some of the key points addressed are: teaching men to recognize and stop cycles of violence, identify thoughts and events that lead to violence, learn basic techniques for anger management and violence prevention, and recognize how machismo, power, and masculine archetypes are expressed in their everyday lives.

Esta herramienta tiene por objetivo dar consejo a hombres para evitar la violencia doméstica. El folleto fue elaborado por el Instituto Costarricense de Masculinidades (WEM), y busca informar a hombres sobre las distintas dimensiones de la violencia doméstica, dando consejos para evitarla y poder evitar estas conductas al interior del hogar. Fué diseñado y utiliza metodología de educación popular incorporando el elemento subjetivo. Busca capacitar en el desarrollo de habilidades y competencias para el trabajo de promoción y prevención. Las competencias que adquieren las personas que participen en el curso son las siguientes:

  • Analiza y reconoce los procesos de socialización de la masculinidad.
  • Masculinidad hegemónica
  • Masculinidad arquetípica
  • Marcadores de virilidad
  • Violencia simbólica
  • Poder y control
  • Formas de violencia masculina
  • Enojo, ira y violencia

The tool aims to give advice to men to prevent domestic violence. The booklet was prepared by the Costa Rican Institute on Masculinity (WEM), and seeks to inform people about the various aspects of domestic violence , and gives advice to avoid these behaviors within the home. It was designed and uses popular education methodology incorporating the subjective elements. It hopes to pomote the developing of skills for the awareness and prevention work. The skills acquired by persons participating in the course are:

  • Analyze and recognize the socialization of masculinity
  • Hegemonic masculinity
  • Archetypal Masculinity
  • Markers of virility
  • Symbolic violence
  • Power and control
  • Forms of male violence
  • Anger, rage and violence

 

 

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