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Miguel Urra Canales Francisco Reyes Torres

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A través de más de 100 referencias bibliográficas, de distintos países y en distintos idiomas, este artículo pretende 1) clarificar la definición de bullying y de acoso escolar; 2) abordar los roles que tienen lugar en el mismo (acosado, acosador, grupo de iguales, escuela, familia y sociedad/políticos/medios de comunicación); 3) presentar datos de la prevalencia del acoso escolar en distintos países y en distintos entornos culturales y, por último, 4) ofrecer un resumen de las propuestas de actuación generales en las que parecen coincidir todos los expertos sobre el tema.

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Urra Canales, M., & Reyes Torres, F. (2020). Bullying, acoso escolar. Definición, prevalencia y propuestas de actuación. Revista Episteme, 11(2). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.usantotomas.edu.co/index.php/episteme/article/view/6116
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