"I Am Not Scared" Project
Problems of convivencia in schools. Analysis of bullying.
Revista Electrónica Interuniversitaria de Formación del Profesorado, 6(2), 1-10, 2003.
School, Bullying, Incidence, Prevalence, Youth
1 - 20 pages
In this article we review research data on child abuse and bullying among peers from previous studies carried out by the same team in a sample of 3033 students from 9 to 17 years in the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands (CAIB). It utlize an anonymous questionnaire methodology. In addition, those also analyzed data from another study out with a population of 306 students entered a college city Palma de Mallorca, aged between 3 and 16 years. For this analysis, also used an anonymous questionnaire and other tools and techniques of psychosocial adaptation. These authors performed a comparison with data from the Advocate's Report People as well as other similar studies internationally.
This article is of particular interest, data analysis performed on bullying in a large sample of students from primary to secondary Balearic community. The all these data show that schools are producing more abuse and social exclusion, verbal aggression, physical aggression, followed by indirect threat to bullying behaviors, and direct physical aggression also, although in a smaller percentage, to compel others to do things, sexual harassment and threats with weapons. By comparing these data with those obtained in other studies carried out within and outside the State, we are informed, higher percentages of poor peer relationships in elementary school than in secondary. Other data show the lack of the existence of bullying and non-visibility of this issue. These authors present improvent by making visible this problem through a process of awareness in the educational institution that involves all systems that are part of the educational community, especially the students and teachers.
University of Seville
I Am Not Scared Project
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