Even though the peer group education is usually involved in interventions devoted to prevent high-risk behaviors (as drug and alcohol addictions, unprotected sex, and violence), in the present article the authors propose an alternative application of this strategy. It is a work in progress aimed to reduce prejudice and discrimination against deaf and hearing impaired persons. The main goal of the present study is, in fact, to promote inclusion and active participation of adolescents students with hearing disabilities attending "normal" High Schools, through interventions of peer group education.

Peer education e disabilità uditiva. Integrazione degli studenti audiolesi nella scuola.

FRANZESE, CARMELA;GALLI, IDA
2010

Abstract

Even though the peer group education is usually involved in interventions devoted to prevent high-risk behaviors (as drug and alcohol addictions, unprotected sex, and violence), in the present article the authors propose an alternative application of this strategy. It is a work in progress aimed to reduce prejudice and discrimination against deaf and hearing impaired persons. The main goal of the present study is, in fact, to promote inclusion and active participation of adolescents students with hearing disabilities attending "normal" High Schools, through interventions of peer group education.
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