Original Research ARTICLE
ETHNIC-CULTURAL BULLYING VERSUS PERSONAL BULLYING: SPECIFICITY AND MEASUREMENT OF DISCRIMINATORY AGGRESSION AND VICTIMIZATION AMONG ADOLESCENTS
- 1Universidad de Córdoba, Spain
The present study contrasts personal bullying with ethnic-cultural bullying. A representative pluricultural sample from a Spanish adolescent population of Secondary Education took part in the study (N=27369). The sample filled in the EBIPQ to measure the personal bullying. Additionally, they filled in an adaptation of this questionnaire to measure the ethnic-cultural bullying: the EBIPQ-ECD. The EBIPQ-ECD validation showed optimal psychometric properties and a bidimensional structure: ethnic-cultural victimization and ethnic-cultural aggression. The same roles of participation in personal bullying —aggressor, victim, bully/victim, non-involved— were observed in ethnic-cultural bullying, but they did not coincide with each other in a considerable part. Therefore, we concluded that ethnic-cultural bullying is a different phenomenon from personal bullying, with the possibility of existing certain dynamism between both. To prevent and mitigate ethnic-cultural bullying, educational inferences are proposed. We also recommend the use of the EBIPQ-ECD as a tool to evaluate and detect ethnic-cultural aggressions and victimization.
Keywords: Bullying, Discrimination, Peer victimization, ethnic-cultural, Racism, Validation, questionnaire
Received: 15 Sep 2018;
Accepted: 08 Jan 2019.
Edited by:Isabel Menezes, Universidade do Porto, Portugal
Reviewed by:Manuel García-Ramírez, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Armanda P. Matos, University of Coimbra, Portugal
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* Correspondence: Dr. Juan Calmaestra, Universidad de Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain, email@example.com