Estudio exploratorio sobre el maltrato de menores y sus efectos en el aprovechamiento académico
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Child abuse
academic progress
drop-our rates
self-esteem Maltrato de menores
aprovechamiento académico
deserción escolar
autoestima

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Maldonado Santiago, N. Estudio exploratorio sobre el maltrato de menores y sus efectos en el aprovechamiento académico. Revista Griot, 1(3), 41-51. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.upr.edu/index.php/griot/article/view/1909

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Gran parte de la literatura sobre el tema del maltrato de menores y sus efectos sobre el aprovechamiento académico tiende a indicar que los diferentes tipos de maltrato influyen en mayor o menor grado en el comportamiento académico de aquellos que han sido objeto de una o varias de sus manifestaciones. Este estudio analiza la influencia negativa del maltrato infantil en el aspecto académico, tanto en el momento en el que ocurre el maltrato, como las consecuencias a largo plazo que el mismo puede tener. 

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