Violence at School: A Sample of Young Muslims and Young Valencians
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Violence at School: A Sample of Young Muslims and Young Valencians

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Gavidia Catalán, Valentín Perfil; Talavera Ortega, Marta Perfil; Hamdan, Jalah
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Violence at school is considered to be an important issue in Spain, despite the fact that the majority of secondary education students reject it. Over the last decade awareness has been raised with regard to this problem. In this study we aim to analyze the perception of school violence held by two very different groups of secondary education students. A sample of young Muslims (n=88) and young Valencians (n=88) (aged between 12 and 18) has been used, all of whom live in the city of Valencia (Spain) and study in 12 secondary educational centers in the city. We observed significant differences in the perception that young Muslims and Valencians have of this violence. Both groups reject violence and take little part in it, with the former group perceiving it to a greater extent than the latter.

    Gavidia Catalán, Valentín Talavera Ortega, Marta Hamdan, Jalah 2014 Violence at School: A Sample of Young Muslims and Young Valencians Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 132 596 602
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.04.359
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