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Home> Archive> 2023> Volume 13 Number 5 ( Oct. 2023)
IJSSH 2023 Vol.13(5): 321-326
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2023.V13.1165

Suicidal Ideation in Victims Bullying: The Role of Non-disclosure in the Family and School Contexts

Estefanía Estévez*, Elizabeth Cañas, and Francisco Estévez-García

Abstract—The main objective of this study was to analyze the influence of adolescents’ family and school contexts in the suicidal ideation of victims of peer bullying, considering the influence of the victim’s non-disclosure of the victimization versus the victimized adolescent’s communicating the situation. The results show that parental styles of rejection and indifference are positively related to victims’ suicidal ideation and non-disclosure of bullying. Conversely, a positive school climate shows a negative relationship with victims’ suicidal ideation and the disclosure of the bullying situation. The findings also indicate that non-disclosure mediates the relationship between the mother’s parental style and suicidal ideation, whereas the school climate moderates the relationship between negative parenting styles and non-disclosure in adolescent bullying victims.

Index Terms—Victimization, non-disclosure, suicidal ideation, parental style, school climate

Estefanía Estévez, Elizabeth Cañas, and Francisco Estévez-García are with Universidad Miguel Hernández De Elche, Spain.
*Correspondence: eestevez@umh.es (E.E.)

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Cite: Estefanía Estévez*, Elizabeth Cañas, and Francisco Estévez-García, "Suicidal Ideation in Victims Bullying: The Role of Non-disclosure in the Family and School Contexts," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 321-326, 2023.

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