Victimización y agresión en adolescentes de escuelas públicas y privadas de cuatro ciudades de la Argentina

  • Santiago Resett
Palabras clave: Bullying – Victimización – Agresión – Adolescentes − Argentina

Resumen

Se evaluaron 2.192 adolescentes de escuelas medias de la Ciudad Autónoma de BuenosAires, Paraná, Rawson y Viedma. Un 11 % era víctima; un 7 %, agresor; y un 4 %,ambos. Más varones eran agresores y agresores-víctimas; los alumnos de menor edaderan más victimizados y había más acoso en escuelas privadas; las formas más comunesde hacer bullying eran las verbales. La mayoría era acosada por un alumno o porun grupo de dos o tres varones, de su mismo curso, en el patio o el aula, en promediodesde hacía un mes, y más de la mitad no comentaba con nadie que era acosado.

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2019-10-17
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