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TITLE OF DOCUMENT:

School violence. Its presence in High Schools in Andalusia.

NAME OF AUTHOR(S):

R. Ortega y J. C. Angulo

NAME OF PUBLISHER:

Estudios de Juventud, 42, 47-61, 1998.

LANGUAGE OF DOCUMENT:

Spanish

LANGUAGE OF THE REVIEW:

English

KEYWORDS:

School violence, secondary education, Andalusia.

DOCUMENT TYPOLOGY:

Research

TARGET GROUP OF PUBLICATION:

Researchers.

SIZE OF THE PUBLICATION:

1 - 20 pages

DESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS:

The present investigation, shows a descriptive study of the violence that the studentes have themselves. The stuady was carried out on 2828 students from eight high schools in Andalusia, as part of the Educational Program for the Prevention of Bullying among schoolchildren, held under the patronage of the Ministry of Education for the Prevention of Bullying among schoolchildren, which is sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Science of Andalusia. The research focused on the problem of violence as a complex phenomenon which included three types of behavior: the assailants, the victims and the onlookers.

REVIEWER’S COMMENTS ON THE DOCUMENT:

This article focuses on analyzing the problem of peer violence as a specific issue that affects the school as an institution and the total social integration of new generations. Besides analyzing the behavior of the three groups of students involved in the phenomenon of violence: agressors, victims and onlookers. The results point to a pattern of dominance-submission relationships. The authors propose to approach this triangle to tackle the violence problem.

NAME OF THE REVIEWING ORGANISATION:

University of Seville

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