Autoconcepto físico, imagen corporal y nivel de actividad física en función de la percepción de acoso escolar en el alumnado de 6º Educación Primaria y 1º Educación Secundaria Obligatoria

Supervised by:
  1. Sebastián Feu Molina Director
  2. Ángel Suárez Muñoz Director

Defence university: Universidad de Extremadura

Fecha de defensa: 13 July 2017

  1. Sergio José Ibáñez Godoy Chair
  2. Ernesto de la Cruz Sánchez Secretary
  3. José Antonio Rebollo González Committee member

Type: Thesis


School bullying has become one of the most serious problems that teachers face in classrooms, creating relationships that are not appropriate for students' learning and personal development. With this research we want to know the relationship between the students' perception of receiving school bullying with their body image, physical self-concept and the practice of extracurricular physical activity. The study object of this research is composed of 1093 students of 6th grade of Primary Education and 1st of Obligatory Secondary Education belonging to 19 educational centers of the city of Badajoz. To do this, a questionnaire composed of 8 scales will be used. These are the following: Daily Violence Questionnaire (CUVECO), Physical Self-Concept Questionnaire (CAF), Physical Activity Questionnaire for Children (PAQ-C), enKID Questionnaire, PACE Physical Activity Questionnaire, Body Siluetas Questionnaire and APGAR Family Questionnaire. With this research we want to corroborate our starting idea: the student, if he or she does more physical activity, has a better physical self-concept and, therefore, is less involved in the dynamics of school bullying. Therefore, it would be advisable to involve more students in the practice of extracurricular physical activities, recreational or sports, to improve their physical self-concept and prevent situations of bullying and school violence.