Prevalencia y dinámica de la victimización por stalking en población universitaria

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https://doi.org/10.46381/reic.v15i0.106

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stalking, victimización, prevalencia, stalker

Resumen

El stalking constituye un fenómeno que fue criminalizado en España en 2015. Los estudios sobre victimización por stalking realizados hasta el momento muestran como el grupo poblacional más victimizado son los adultos jóvenes, particularmente mujeres. Este artículo presenta los resultados más relevantes de una investigación efectuada con una muestra de 1.162 estudiantes universitarios, mujeres y hombres, en España. Mediante la misma se determina la tasa de victimización por este fenómeno entre estudiantes de ciencias sociales, el perfil tanto de la víctima como del stalker y se caracteriza la dinámica de la victimización.

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Programa Estatal de Recerca, Desenvolupament i Innovació Orientada als Reptes de la Societat, en el marc del Pla Estatal de Recerca Científica i Tècnica i d'Innovació (I D DER2015-64506-C2-1-R)

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2017-04-24

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Villacampa, C., & Pujols, A. (2017). Prevalencia y dinámica de la victimización por stalking en población universitaria. Revista Española De Investigación Criminológica, 15, 1–27. https://doi.org/10.46381/reic.v15i0.106

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