The study aimed to determine the differences between junior high school students with and without bullying in personal variables (school adjustment and psychosocial) and family (family composition, psychosocial adjustment and family en- vironment). We performed a quantitative study with comparative design, for which two groups of 81 students with and without reports of bullying were selected respectively, to which questionnaires of ?Characterization of school violence? and family atmosphere were administered. It was observed that student with bullying have lower school and psychosocial adjustment, frequently these student come from families different to the nuclear, with psychosocial adjustment and conflict in their family atmosphere. It was concluded that the results support the need for an ecological approach to the prevention of bullying, including among others aspects interventions at the individual and family level.
|Estado||Publicada - 2013|
Cuervo, Á. A. V., Hernández, G. B., Noriega, J. Á. V., & Mateos, J. C. H. (2013). Variables que diferencian a estudiantes de secundarias con y sin reportes de bullying en la escuela. Psicología Iberoamericana.