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Flávia Cabral
Otília Monteiro Fernandes
Inês Carvalho Relva

El presente estudio tuvo como objetivo analizar la relación entre la cibervictimización (Cuestionario de Cibervictimización, CYVIC) y la satisfacción con el apoyo social (Escala de Satisfação com o Suporte Social, ESSS). La muestra estuvo compuesta por 346 participantes divididos en dos grupos: adolescentes (15-19 años) y adultos jóvenes (20-30 años). Se  encontraron asociaciones negativas entre la  satisfacción con el apoyo social y la  cibervictimización. Los resultados sugieren diferencias de edad para las dos variables  dependientes, mostrando que los adolescentes tienen una mayor satisfactión con su familia que los adultos jóvenes, y estos últimos, muestran una  mayor satisfacción con las actividades sociales que los adolescentes, para terminar, los participantes más jóvenes se involucran más en la cibervictimización que los mayores. Finalmente, se observó un papel  predictor de la satisfacción con las actividades  sociales sobre la cibervictimización. Así, este estudio contribuye a llenar la escasa literatura que existe en Portugal sobre la relación entre ciberacoso y apoyo  social, enfatizando la importancia de las relaciones  sociales, mostrando una clara necesidad de integrar   los jóvenes en la comunidad y la sociedad,  brindándoles la oportunidad de participar en  actividades y relaciones satisfactorias como una forma de prevenir comportamientos desadaptativos como el ciberacoso.

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