Cyberbullying: diferencias en función del sexo y curso académico

Alberto Javier Clemente Soriano, Laura Carrascosa, Jessica Ortega-Barón, Begoña Iranzo

Resumen


El cyberbullying es un problema grave y transcultural. Los estudios por lo que se refiere a la diferencia en cuanto al género y la edad de víctimas y agresores son inconsistentes. En este contexto, los objetivos del presente estudio fueron analizar si existen diferencias en la cibervictimización y ciberagresión en función del sexo (chicos y chicas), y el curso académico (1º, 2º, 3º, y 4º de la ESO). Participaron 660 adolescentes pertenecientes a cuatro institutos públicos de edades comprendidas entre los 12 y los 18 años. Los resultados muestran que no existen diferencias significativas entre chicos y chicas ni en la cibervictimización, ni en la ciberagresión. Respecto al curso académico, no hay diferencias en función del curso en la cibervictimización. Sin embargo, en la ciberagresión los alumnos de 3º y 4º de la ESO tienen puntuaciones significativamente mayores en comparación a los alumnos de 1º de la ESO. Estos resultados evidencian la importancia de prevenir la conducta de cyberbullying en los adolescentes. Se discuten estos resultados y sus implicaciones para futuras investigaciones.


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adolescentes; cyberbullying; sexo; curso académico

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