TITLE

Bullying vertical: variables predictivas de la violencia escolar

AUTHOR(S)
Castedo, Antonio López; Alonso, José Domínguez; Roales, Enrique Álvarez
PUB. DATE
November 2010
SOURCE
Revista de Investigación en Educación;2010, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The current socioeducational debate is about the generally known as school violence. The central objective of the study is to know the predictibilidad of certain sociodemographic variables respect violence in the educational centers of secondary education. For this, is used a methodology of quantitative cut with an experimental design multigroup of a single variable in one sample of 550 students. Results (descriptive analysis, inferencial and regr ession) show basic profiles of the students in two dimensions: the exercised violence by the professorship towards the student and the exercised one by the student towards the professorship. Finally, prevention and intervention proposals are shown for the improvement of the coexistence in the educational field.
ACCESSION #
64497697

 

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