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Студенческое самоуправление => Старостат => Тема начата: Мария от Января 28, 2015, 11:12:28 pm

Название: лесное хозяйство.
Отправлено: Мария от Января 28, 2015, 11:12:28 pm
Здравствуйте. Скажите пожалуйста у ЛХ заочно сейчас 2 группы и как понять в какой я? что такое АКР? Есть ли какие-нибудь задания которые нужно подготовить до 6 февраля? буду вам очень признательна!!! зарание чпасибо ;)
Название: Re: лесное хозяйство.
Отправлено: admin от Января 30, 2015, 10:56:49 am
Здравствуйте, Мария!
Позвоните в деканат ФЗиДО по тел. 20-56-68 и уточните подгруппу у Вашего документоведа - Ирины Александровны. АКР - аудиторная контрольная работа. На каждой сессии преподаватели дают самостоятельные задания студентам на следующую сессию.

С уважением, и. о. декана факультета заочного и дистанционного обучения Виктория Владимировна Михайлова (http://sli.komi.com/index.php?page=95).
Название: Coercive control: 'I was 16 and thought it was normal'
Отправлено: Lalita от Октября 29, 2020, 12:46:08 pm
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In September, the government made learning about coercive control at school compulsory. The difference between a healthy relationship and an abusive one isn't always obvious - especially when the lasting impact isn't as visible as a bruise - but it can be just as damaging.

When Sarah * was nearly 16 she started getting close to a boy in her year at school, called Zach *.

After talking for a few weeks he invited her to go to a gig with him, she was nervous at first because she wasn't used to going out on her own - so she asked if her friends could come too.

"I want it to be just us alone," she recalls him saying. "This is a now-or-never opportunity for us to be together."

Sarah was really starting to like Zach and when he kept inviting her to do stuff, just the two of them, she knew he felt the same way. So even though she was scared about walking alone at night, she'd go to spend time with him.

A few months later they were officially a couple.

Before a house party they were going to, Sarah was trying on outfits. "That one's a bit too revealing," he said. Trusting Zach's opinion, Sarah opted for a different dress.

When Sarah would talk to other guys in her year, Zach started to say she was trying to make him jealous.

"Why else would you be talking to him?"

She was sure it was innocent small talk but maybe he was right if it made him feel that way, she thought.

Zach then started experimenting with drugs, taking class As regularly. So Sarah told him she was concerned about him.

"Stop being so controlling."

Every time she brought up the subject, Zach accused her of trying to control him. One night she googled, "Am I a controlling person?"

The more time Sarah spent with Zach, the less she saw of her friends. Zach said that was normal at the start of a new relationship.

"I didn't like your friends anyway."

A-Level results quickly came around. Zach got two As and a B, Sarah got an A and two Bs.

"You know, that was expected."

Sarah got into her first-choice university, while Zach decided to resit some exams. "Don't go, why would you want to leave me here?" he asked.

As he grew more desperate for Sarah to not go to university, Zach would say there was no point in her going.

"It's a waste of money. I'm going to be the breadwinner, I couldn't live with myself otherwise."

Sarah, now 23, says the first few years of their relationship "weren't bad."

"What I mean is, it wasn't as bad as it got."

What is coercive control?
Coercive control often can't be pinned down to one event in a relationship, but is the accumulation of words, behaviors and threats that humiliate, isolate and control the victim - leaving them without freedom and very little of 'themselves' left.

Victims describe experiencing emotional abuse as your sense of self-confidence and autonomy being dismembered, until the only 'normality' you know is the abuser.

The nature of coercive control means that being able to see the pattern of abuse for yourself can be incredibly difficult and in some cases near impossible.

So how do you know when clingy and jealous becomes controlling and coercive? And when does that become a criminal offence? Those are some of the questions that BBC Three documentary, Is This Coercive Control ?, tries to unpick. slotxo (https://xo-wallet.com/)

In the new documentary, a group of young people discuss and debate whether or not a fictional case, not related to Sarah and Zac, is legally coercive control. Throughout the show the common stigmas and myths around emotional abuse are highlighted and dispelled.