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Psicothema, 2009. Vol. Vol. 21 (nº 3). 453-458




Diferencias conductuales según género en convivencia escolar

Silvia Postigo Zegarra, Remedios González Barrón, Carmen Mateu Marqués, Javier Ferrero Berlanga y Carmen Martorell Pallás

Universitat de València

Los adolescentes asumen diferentes roles sociales mediados por el género que influyen el desarrollo de su identidad y cómo se manifiesta la violencia escolar. El objetivo de este trabajo es estudiar las diferencias conductuales en el acoso escolar según el género. La muestra (N= 641) tiene una edad entre 12 y 16 años. Se estudiaron variables personales mediante autoinformes, y variables relacionales con medidas sociométricas. Los resultados indican mayor incidencia de acoso, rechazo entre iguales e inadaptación escolar entre los chicos. Ellas refieren más agresiones relacionales, aceptación y habilidades sociales, pero también mayor inadaptación personal. Las víctimas femeninas son las más rechazadas. Las diferencias de género parecen más relevantes en las variables relacionales, sugiriendo la importancia del contexto relacional en el acoso.

Behavioral gender differences in school relationships. Adolescents take on different social roles mediated by gender, which affect the development of their identity and the expression of school violence. The purpose of this work is to study the behavioral differences in bullying depending on gender. The sample (N= 641) is aged between 12 and 16 years old. Personal variables are assessed by self-reports, and relational variables by sociometric measures. Results indicate a large incidence of bullying, peer rejection, and school maladjustment among boys. Girls report more relational aggressions, acceptance and social skills, but also higher personal maladjustment. Female victims are rejected the most. Gender differences seem more relevant in relational variables, suggesting the special importance of the relational context in bullying.

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