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Title: La educación vial: una forma más de educar
Authors: Quintero Verdugo, María Isabel 
UNESCO Clasification: 58 Pedagogía
531204 Educación
Keywords: Road Safetyroad Education
Education
Road Security
Culture
Endoculturation
Issue Date: 2013
Journal: El Guiniguada 
Abstract: Si educar es transmitir experiencias vividas para favorecer la convivencia social, esa labor se puede llevar a cabo en numerosos campos sociales, constituyendo el de la Seguridad Vial, uno de ellos. To speak of education is to speak of culture, of transmission of knowledge and health habits for coexistence but, the meaning that locks up this term goes beyond what in principle could seem: it includes different fields, particularly the one from Road Security which is about the norms that regulate drivers and pedestrians' conduct. It is in this scope where education plays an excellent role in the sense that it constitutes a suitable instrument to teach road norms and values favouring coexistence in road behavior.
To speak of education is to speak of culture, of transmission of knowledge and health habits for coexistence but, the meaning that locks up this term goes beyond what in principle could seem: it includes different fields, particularly the one from Road Security which is about the norms that regulate drivers and pedestrians' conduct. It is in this scope where education plays an excellent role in the sense that it constitutes a suitable instrument to teach road norms and values favouring coexistence in road behavior.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/12102
ISSN: 0213-0610
Source: El Guiniguada [ISSN 0213-0610], n. 22, p. 114-127
URL: http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=5001039
Appears in Collections:Guiniguada. 2ª Etapa. n.22, 2013 
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