The International Journal of Children’s Rights 9: 241–257, 2001. © 2002 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 241 Bullying in Spanish secondary schools: A study on a national scale for the Ombudsman’s Report on School Violence ∗ CRISTINA del BARRIO ∗∗ , ELENA MARTÍN, IGNACIO MONTERO, ISABEL FERNÁNDEZ and HÉCTOR GUTIÉRREZ Facultad de Psicología, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain Introduction As yet another sign of the state of alarm in contemporary societies as a result of school violence, the Mixed Commission of the Congress and Senate of the Spanish Parliament commissioned the Ombudsman’s Office to produce a report determining the seriousness of the problem in our country. The Spanish Commission for UNICEF was consulted to this purpose. It was decided, as part of the project, to carry out a national scale study on the incidence and characteristics of the bullying phenomenon amongst secondary school students. The gathering of information on the judicial status of violence between minors was also planned as part of the report. To that effect, the collaboration of a multidisciplinary team of the Universidad Autonoma of Madrid was requested. More specifically, the team consisted of a group of Psychology and Education researchers working
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