Educação cívica: uma panaceia para a decadência moral entre estudantes do ensino secundário na comunidade de Ede, estado de Osun, Nigéria

Autores

  • Segun Lakin Oderinde Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48017/dj.v9i1.2900

Palavras-chave:

Educação Cívica, Decadência Moral, Escolas secundarias, panacea, Universitarios

Resumo

Este estudo examina o potencial da educação cívica como panaceia para a decadência moral entre estudantes do ensino secundário na comunidade de Ede, no estado de Osun, na Nigéria. Analisa como a educação cívica pode dar aos alunos os princípios morais e a orientação de que necessitam para navegar na vida quotidiana e tomar decisões morais. O estudo adota metodologia de pesquisa qualitativa e reúne seus dados em fontes secundárias como livros, revistas acadêmicas, teses e jornais, entre outros. Os resultados enfatizam o quão comum é a decadência moral entre os alunos do ensino secundário e a importância de implementar intervenções bem-sucedidas na educação cívica. O artigo também revela que os alunos que recebem educação cívica estão equipados com o conhecimento e as habilidades necessárias para tomar decisões éticas porque ela incute valores, virtudes e conceitos éticos. O estudo conclui que uma educação cívica eficaz que possa contrariar a decadência moral necessita do envolvimento das partes interessadas relevantes, tais como escolas, pais, professores e a comunidade em geral, para trabalharem em conjunto de forma integrada.

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Biografia do Autor

Segun Lakin Oderinde, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

0000-0002-3572-8363; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. oderindesegun@yahoo.com   

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2024-01-28

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Oderinde, S. L. (2024). Educação cívica: uma panaceia para a decadência moral entre estudantes do ensino secundário na comunidade de Ede, estado de Osun, Nigéria. Diversitas Journal, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.48017/dj.v9i1.2900

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Ciências Humanas e Sociais Aplicadas