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Del Moral Arroyo G., Suárez Relinque C., Martínez Ferrer B., & Musitu Ochoa G. (2015). Barrios con necesidades de transformación social, violencia escolar e identidad social urbana: Percepciones de niños y adolescentes. Búsqueda, 2(14), 19-31. https://doi.org/10.21892/01239813.56


El objetivo del presente estudio fue analizar la percepción de niños y adolescentes pertenecientes a zonas con necesidaddes de trasnformación social, acerca de la influencia del barrio en la conducta violenta escolar y en la configuración de la identidad social urbana de egresores y victimas. Se utilizó una metodología cualitativa, con 10 grupos de discusión y un total de 60 niños y adolescentes de cuatro centros educativos pertenecientes a zonas con necesidades de transformación social de Andalucía (España). Los resultados sugieren dos efectos: 1) una posible mediación del clima familiar y la supervisión parental en la relación entre participación en contextos no estructurados en el barrio y la conducta violenta; 2) una relación diferencial de la pertenencia al barrio y las características de este con la identidad social urbana de los agresores y las víctimas.



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