Influence of exogenous factors on violent behavior in school stage students under CAHV-28

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Melva Iparraguire-Meza, Jenny Mendoza-Vilcahuaman, Mildred Condor-Privat, Denjiro Del Carmen-Iparraguire, Diego Cajachagua-Guerreros, Sario Angel Chamorro Quijano


School violence is a social problem, and its causes are diverse; therefore, the present investigation studies the factors that influence violent behavior in the classroom of students from the Questionnaire of Attitudes towards Violence (CAHV-28) in high school students. A final sample of 2192 students was taken, made up of 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students from state educational institutions in the Junín region of Peru. The surveys were taken from these students, each 7 questions belonged to a group, and since there were 28 questions, they were divided into 4 groups. The most significant results showed that the group of "Violence perceived as legitimate" where students who live with mom and dad, only mom and only dad show a tendency to normalize violence as legitimate and those students who live without mom and dad show a tendency to normalize violence as legitimate. tendency to "strongly disagree", another significant result is that male students show attitudes towards violence in the 4 groups indicated. In future research it is expected that the sample will be expanded and that the study in private schools will be added as well as the addition of more exogenous factors that influence behavior and school learning.

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