Eugenia Reátiga, María
January 2009
Psicología desde el Caribe;ene-jul2009, Issue 23, p132
Academic Journal
This article reveals the results of a descriptive investigation, which aim to describe by mean of retrospective method experiences of bullying and other forms of abuse within 648, freshmen students of a private university. The conclusions show that around 41.8% of the students were witnesses of this situation, 12% confessed that they were bullied o bullied someone else, 4.8% remembers to be a victim and other 13% claims to be both a victim and an aggressor. It can be said that bullying increases as students reach high school, yet many of the victims decide to remain silent, due to the fear of exclusion and retaliation.


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