Representaciones sociales de la inclusión de la población LGTBI en la educación superior, en las facultades de salud de la universidad el Bosque, Bogotá D.C., Colombia.
Barreto Plaza, Julián Andrés
Villalobos Cruz, Víctor Alfonso
Especialista en Docencia Universitaria
DegreeEspecialista en Docencia Universitaria
Materón Palacios, Solangel
ProgramEspecialización en Docencia Universitaria
Universidad El Bosque
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LGBTI community like so many other minorities have been for a long-time object of discrimination. Also, no country in the world has completely and successfully eliminated all forms of social exclusion (Flores, G., 2016). This study aims at identifying the social representations of the educational inclusion of the LGTBI community at the Bosque University healthcare faculties. in order to determine the way in which other people see them and how they express concepts and beliefs of what It can become a person who has a certain affinity, tastes and/or particular attractions, people who can be classified as unique and that their presence in a certain social group, such as Higher Education, may object to acceptance given its sociodemographic characteristics, religion, customs, and level of education; He inquired about the knowledge, the adaptation of the University community, against the inclusion politics and how they tend to contribute to the educational access of the mentioned population. A methodology was developed with a mixed approach, of an exploratory descriptive type, under an interpretive hermeneutic paradigm, as information collection methods It has been made block surveys according to categories. The selection and size of the sample were by probabilistic sampling by conglomerates and Participants Students (108), Teachers (34) and Administrative (22) of the Bosque University healthcare faculties. The Social Representations of the inclusion in Higher Education of the population under study, show, tolerance, and acceptance of the same, Front of culture, religion, and interpersonal relationships, with an academic performance independent of the sexual condition. There is the perception of discrimination in different social contexts, with the feeling of lack of equity and equality, as well as opportunities regarding rights guarantees (inclusion). Ignorance of the policies was a predominant factor.
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