Conflict management

Prevention strategies for students' deviant behaviour

  • Iuliana Barna “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati
  • Octavian Barna “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati
Keywords: education process, act of violence, school environment


According to the research studies conducted in various schools, it has been determined that 20% of the students enrolled in the mass education system develop under the influence of violence, in all its aspects: physical (bullying, aggressions, vendettas), verbal (swearwords, insults), emotional (blackmail, humiliation, terror) and sexual (harassments, assaults). To imagine prevention strategies means to take into consideration all the factors (social, familiar, school and personality) that can determine the students’ violent behaviour. School ought to play an important part in preventing school violence (even if the sources come from the outside).
The present paper proposes an individual assistance programme for students, teachers, and parents, as actors in the educational process. On a long term, this process aims at: acquiring awareness in respect with the consequences of violent acts and their cessation; improving the image and self-esteem of the individual and taking on responsibilities; preventing the occurrence of negative affective dispositions; and developing self-control and independence.

How to Cite
Barna, I. and Barna, O. (2013) “Conflict management”, Annals of “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati. Fascicle XV, Physical Education and Sport Management, 2, pp. 4-6. Available at: (Accessed: 22June2024).

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