Influence of masculinity and femininity, family dysfunction and extroversion and introversion on the role of aggressor victim and spectator in Cyberbullying

Patricio Delgado-Gutierrez, Olenka Rojas-Carrera, Anani Gutierrez-Aguilar, Olger Gutierrez-Aguilar

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The latent problem of cyberbullying in the school educational context, especially in secondary education, is caused by different factors that do not allow adequate student performance in school, low performance and educational achievements and adaptability among others, the research specifically focuses on the level of influence of masculinity and femininity, family dysfunction and extroversion and introversion in the role of aggressor, victim and spectator of Cyberbullying, in secondary education students of state management, males and females being a total of 205. Four instruments were applied: the ICIB scale to detect the presence of cyberbullying in a school context; the Ben BSRI Sex Roles Inventory, which measures the independent variable masculinity and femininity; the APGAR Pless-Satterwhite Family Function Index which is an instrument that determines the level of Family Dysfunction and for the introversion and extroversion variable, the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire - Brief Version was used. For the exploratory analysis to confirm the validity and reliability of the instruments, as well as their homologation in the research, the statistical software IBM-SPSS v27 was used. For the exploratory analysis to confirm the validity and reliability of the instruments, as well as their homologation in the research, the IBM-SPSS v27 statistical software was used. For the confirmatory analysis, the PLS-SEM methodology was used, which is a multivariate method called Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling, for which the SmartPLS v3.3.3 software was used. It was concluded that family dysfunction positively influences introversion and extroversion; introversion and extroversion do not necessarily influence Cyberbullying. In turn, it is demonstrated that masculinity and femininity influence family dysfunction and masculinity and femininity influence introversion and extroversion.

Idioma originalInglés
Título de la publicación alojadaProceedings - 2021 4th International Conference on Inclusive Technology and Education, CONTIE 2021
EditoresFrancisco Javier Alvarez Rodriguez, Jesus Andres Sandoval Bringas, Monica Adriana Carreno Leon, Mario Chacon Rivas
EditorialInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Páginas76-81
Número de páginas6
ISBN (versión digital)9781665408219
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2021
Evento4th International Conference on Inclusive Technology and Education, CONTIE 2021 - La Paz, México
Duración: 27 oct. 202129 oct. 2021

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NombreProceedings - 2021 4th International Conference on Inclusive Technology and Education, CONTIE 2021

Conferencia

Conferencia4th International Conference on Inclusive Technology and Education, CONTIE 2021
País/TerritorioMéxico
CiudadLa Paz
Período27/10/2129/10/21

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