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Educational Design

Identify the variables that influence gender attitudes. The working hypothesis of this research is: What are sexist attitudes in students, and gender influences on them, whether they are public or private educational stage where he is attending school / a, as well as age. As a result of positive or negative test this hypothesis, we may know these attitudes if they exist, make a list of them, make them known to influence from education to eliminate them, or the strengthening of positive positions aimed at completely eradicate pernicious. 3. METHODOLOGY The methodology adopted a descriptive and relationship to determine the objectives, as it assesses sexist attitudes in students using numbers to characterize the group. This is a non-experimental research because it has not used any direct manipulation of the conditions. It has been used in the collection of information, a questionnaire for students. This questionnaire can gather numerous data from a large number of people, identify problems, and plan alternatives whose purpose is to eliminate this sexist attitudes and make decisions about future prevention programs.

Before starting the investigation was carried out design and a literature search, exposed bibliography at the end of this investigation to shed light on the issues raised. The design took into account the following steps: A Development of the technical data: characteristics of the sample. B Selection of the measuring instrument C Time implementation and applicability of the measuring instrument. D Statistical treatment The type of sample used was the stratified random, was established substrates coincide with the following areas established in the Department of Education Inspection: 1 Cartilage and Mar Minor 2 Area Northwest and Altiplano 3rd Guadalajara 4 Murcia South 5th Murcia North Education Institutes and Schools Agreed that form the sample were chosen according to the size of the Center, ownership, lessons taught, so that the population sample was representative Different variables chosen to assess the target.