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VIOLENCE AND SCHOOL COEXISTENCE IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF CERCADO DE LIMA, PERU

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  • Dennys Picho-Durand, John Morillo-Flores , Yolanda Soria-Pérez , Nikita Shardin-Flores , Alejandro Menacho-Rivera , Jesús Huachallanqui-Salcedo

Abstract

This research has been focused on the study of the existing links between school violence and its
dimensions in relation to school coexistence. The study presented the quantitative approach of nonexperimental design and of a transversal, correlational type. The sample was conformed by 120 students of
both genders whose ages fluctuated between 14 and 16 year-old, from an educational institution in Cercado
de Lima. Two questionnaires were used for data collection: 1) school violence self-test with 50 items and
2) school coexistence with 30 items. The results showed the existence of a negative relationship
(Spearman's rho = - , 235) for school violence versus school coexistence. It was concluded that as school
violence increases, students' school coexistence deteriorates. Likewise, a series of solid approaches were
presented to be taken into account and, in this way, reverse the growth of violence in schools

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2020-11-29

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Dennys Picho-Durand, John Morillo-Flores , Yolanda Soria-Pérez , Nikita Shardin-Flores , Alejandro Menacho-Rivera , Jesús Huachallanqui-Salcedo. (2020). VIOLENCE AND SCHOOL COEXISTENCE IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF CERCADO DE LIMA, PERU. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 454 - 469. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/752