Neutrosophic Study of Gender Identity Models in Teaching Practices
Keywords:discrimination, diversity, exclusion, human rights, neutrosophy
Sexual orientation and gender identity are essential aspects of a person's life and are under the protection framework of human rights. However, both categories continue to present themselves as a repeated reason for acts of discrimination, violence, and oppression, even through normative subjection. Education must highlight values such as coexistence, diversity, cooperative learning, and empathy to prevent heterosexism. Teachers must have training that guarantees safe, trustworthy, and safe learning spaces for all students, where they have the right to develop and socialize without exclusion. That is why the study is focused on analyzing the consensus and acceptance of experts on the factors that affect gender identity in the educational field based on the analysis of the neutrosophic statistical method. It was concluded that a reform of the current regulations should be carried out and training programs on human rights should be implemented to eliminate entrenched prejudices
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