Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

SCHOOL VIOLENCE DETECTION IN ADOLESCENTS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS

Abstract

Julio Alejandro Gómez Figueroa1 y Ciria Margarita Salazar2

Education is the most prolific means of the acquisition of skills and attitudes that shape the personality of infants. The optimal behavior as a means of social relationship is initiated primarily by body perception. The paper focuses its attention on the relationship that builds school subject with their peers from the driving coexistence. Ideal for modeling and observing the corporeal space is the physical education class. It is in this space, the school expresses bodily previous learning and attitudes towards others. This allows inferring the visibility provided by the PE class to detect situations of violence. The sample consisted of 576 students of the State of Veracruz, registered three public sector educational institutions. The instrument used was the reduced Spanish version of Agression Questionnaire. Some findings of the study are the relationship of hostility factor with age and gender, identifying the generators of aggressive behaviors. These results allow the PE to be the means by which proposals to counter this type of behavior is implemented.

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