Adaptive and maladaptive strategies used by adolescents victims of bullying or cyberbullying: A Systematic Review
Grosu Grosu, Daniela
Sotillo Sáez, Esther
Universitat de Lleida. Facultat d'Educació, Psicologia i Treball Social
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Being a bullying (SB) or cyberbullying (CB) victim has a significant impact on one’s development. It is a risk factor, specially in children and adolescents (WHO, 2021). It is essential to know how are their reactions to this adverse event and detect them. After systematic researchers in Web of Science, Scopus, and Psicodoc and the application of inclusion and exclusion criteria, 13 articles that report adaptive and maladaptive strategies used by adolescents were included in this systematic review. The results show that maladaptive strategies are more investigated than adaptive strategies and have the worst impact on reaching suicidal thoughts. As for the differences found between SB and CB, in CB, people who suffer from it use more adaptive strategies, and it is easier to put an end to the harassment (Giménez-Gualdo et al., 2018).
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