Author: Itzel Delgado Nieto

Student profile Not involved in bullying: description based on gender stereotypes,parenting practices, cognitive-social strategies and food over-intake

BRENDA MENDOZA GONZALEZ Itzel Delgado Nieto Mercedes Atenas García Mandujano (2020)

Artículo publicado en anales de psicología. El objetivo de la investigación es identificar las características del alumnado que no participa en episodios de bullying (denominados no involucrados), en función de estereotipos de género, crianza; actitudes y estrategias cognitivas sociales y sobre-ingesta alimentaria. En el estudio participaron 1190 alumnos de educación básica.

The objective of the research is to identify the characteristics of students who do not participate in bullying episodes (called “not in-volved”), in function of gender stereotypes, parenting styles; attitudes and social cognitive strategies and food intake. The study involved 1190 ele-mentary school students, from eleven public schools in the State of Mexi-co, Mexico. Quantitative research, with descriptive study and cross-sectional design. Data were collected from five instruments that measure the study variables: bullying, gender stereotypes, parenting styles, social cognitive strategies, food intake. The results identified five types of stu-dents (victims of school violence; victims of bullying; bully; double role and not involved), the contrasts for one-way ANOVA of a factor, identi-fied significant differences in the groups with respect to each of the varia-bles studied. It is concluded that students who do not engage in bullying episodes (not involved), have more health habits, more social skills that fa-cilitate adaptation to the social context, without identifying with traditional stereotypes such as traditional feminine and machismo. With regard to parenting, it is identified that they are not educated through ineffective parenting practices such as abuse. The results of this study describe defin-ing characteristics of students who do not engage in bullying episodes, which will be very useful for the development of prevention and interven-tion programs

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