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dc.contributor.authorMallmann, Caroline Louise-
dc.contributor.authorde Macedo Lisboa, Carolina Saraiva-
dc.contributor.authorZanatta Calza, Tiago-
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dc.description.abstractEl cyberbullying es definido como un fenómeno que involucra comportamientos agresivos, intencionales y repetitivos perpetrados por un individuo o un grupo a través de medios electrónicos durante un periodo determinado contra una víctima que presenta dificultades para defenderse. Por otra parte, las estrategias de afrontamiento (coping) son un conjunto de esfuerzos cognitivos y comportamentales cambiantes, utilizados para lidiar con exigencias internas o externas evaluadas como que exceden o desbordan sus recursos personales. El presente trabajo tuvo por objetivo investigar la prevalencia del cyberbullying en adolescentes de dos ciudades de Rio Grande do Sul (Brasil), así como su relación con las estrategias de afrontamiento. En total, participaron 273 adolescentes (M = 14.91 años; DE = 1.45), habitantes de la capital y de una ciudad del interior del Estado, que respondieron una encuesta de datos sociodemográficos, la escala Revised Cyberbullying Inventory y el Inventário de Estratégias de Coping de Folkman y Lazarus. Los resultados indicaron que el 58 % de los adolescentes se encuadraba en alguna categoría de agresión; y que los promedios de las estrategias afrontamiento de autocontrol, soporte social y escapehuida resultaron ser significativamente mayores para las víctimas que para los no involucrados. Asimismo, la estrategia de confrontación fue más utilizada por las víctimas-agresores que por los no involucrados. Al final se discute sobre la gran incidencia del cyberbullying en la muestra investigada, así como la utilización de las estrategias de afrontamiento mencionadas.spa
dc.publisherUniversidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Psicologíaspa
dc.date.accessioned2018-02-16T01:19:38Z-
dc.date.available2018-02-16T01:19:38Z-
dc.date.issued2018-02-
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dc.identifier.citationMallmann, C., de Macedo Lisboa, C., & Zanatta Calza, T. (2017). Cyberbullying e estratégias de coping em adolescentes do Sul do Brasil-Cyberbullying y estratégias de afrontamiento en adolescentes del Sur de Brasil-Cyberbullying and coping strategies in adolescents from Southern Brazil. Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 21(1). Recuperado de http://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/ojsucatolica/revistas_ucatolica/index.php/acta-colombiana-psicologia/article/view/1162spa
dc.identifier.issn0123-9155-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10983/15544-
dc.language.isoengspa
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dc.relation.ispartofActa Colombiana de Psicología, Vol. 21, no. 1 (ene.-jun. 2018); p. 25-34spa
dc.typeArtículo de revistaspa
dc.titleCyberbullying y estratégias de afrontamiento en adolescentes del sur de Brasilspa
dc.title.alternativeCyberbullying e estratégias de coping em adolescentes do Sul do Brasilspa
dc.title.alternativeCyberbullying and coping strategies in adolescents from Southern Brazilspa
dc.description.abstractenglishCyberbullying is defined as a phenomenon that involves aggressive, intentional and repetitive behaviors, carried out through electronic means, during a given time, and perpetrated by an individual or group against a defenseless victim. Coping strategies are a range of changeable cognitive and behavioral efforts used to cope with internal and external demands appraised by the individual as excessive to their resources. This paper aims to investigate the prevalence of cyberbullying among adolescents of two cities in Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), and its relationship with coping strategies. 273 adolescent boys and girls (M = 14.91 years; SD = 1.45), living in the State capital and in a countryside town took part in this study. Participants were asked to respond to a socio-demographic questionnaire, as well as to the Revised Cyberbullying Inventory and the Coping Strategies Inventory by Folkman and Lazarus. Results indicated that 58 % of the adolescents were included in at least one category of aggression. In addition, the statistical means for self-control, social support and avoidance coping strategies were significantly higher for the victims compared to the not-involved youth. On the other hand, victims-aggressors scored higher on the confrontation strategies than the not involved ones. The great incidence of cyberbullying is discussed, as well as the prevalence of the abovementioned coping strategies.spa
dc.description.abstractportuguesCyberbullying é definido como um fenômeno que envolve comportamentos agressivos, intencionais e repetitivos, realizados através de meios eletrônicos, ao longo de um determinado período, e perpetrados por um indivíduo ou grupo contra uma vítima que apresenta dificuldade em se defender. Já estratégias de coping são um conjunto de esforços cognitivos e comportamentais mutáveis, utilizados para lidar com exigências internas ou externas, avaliadas pelo indivíduo como excessivas aos seus recursos. O presente trabalho teve por objetivo investigar a prevalência de cyberbullying em adolescentes de duas cidades do Rio Grande do Sul (Brasil), bem como sua relação com as estratégias de coping. Participaram do estudo 273 adolescentes (m = 14.91 anos; dp = 1.45), habitantes da capital e de uma cidade do interior do Estado. Estes foram convidados a responder a um questionário de dados sociodemográficos, bem como às escalas Revised Cyberbullying Inventory e ao Inventário de Estratégias de Coping de Folkman e Lazarus. Os resultados indicaram que 58 % dos adolescentes se enquadravam em alguma categoria de agressão. Além disso, as médias das estratégias de coping de autocontrole, suporte social e fuga-esquiva foram significativamente maiores para as vítimas que para os não envolvidos. Por sua vez, a estratégia de confronto foi maior para as vítimas-agressores que para os não envolvidos. Discutem-se a grande incidência de cyberbullying na amostra pesquisada e a prevalência de estratégias de coping mencionadas.spa
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dc.subject.proposalPSICOLOGÍA ESCOLARspa
dc.subject.proposalCYBERBULLYINGspa
dc.subject.proposalADOLESCENCIAspa
dc.subject.proposalESTRATEGIAS DE COPINGspa
dc.subject.proposalADOLESCÊNCIAspa
dc.subject.proposalESTRATÉGIAS DE COPINGspa
dc.subject.proposalPSICOLOGIA ESCOLARspa
dc.subject.proposalSCHOOL PSYCHOLOGYspa
dc.subject.proposalCYBER-BULLYINGspa
dc.subject.proposalADOLESCENCEspa
dc.subject.proposalCOPING STRATEGIESspa
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