Estudantes do Ensino Superior, Praxe Académica e Satisfação com a Vida

Translated title of the contribution: Higher Education Students, Hazing and Satisfaction with Life

Suzana Nunes Caldeira, Osvaldo Dias Lopes da Silva, Maria Mendes, Susana Botelho, Áurea Sousa

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This study is focused on how students from higher education perceive hazing practices (as violent/non-violent practices) and the relationship between hazing and the levels of satisfaction with life. The sample was comprised by 585 students from two Portuguese higher education institutions and the data was collect through a questionnaire. The results show that 10%-11% of the students describe hazing as an occurrence with some violence. Overall, the results show that the levels of satisfaction with life are related in a negative, but very low, way with the perceptions of violence at hazing practices.
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)97-112
JournalRevista Configurações
Volume16
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Estudantes do Ensino Superior, Praxe Académica e Satisfação com a Vida. / Caldeira, Suzana Nunes; Silva, Osvaldo Dias Lopes da; Mendes, Maria; Botelho, Susana; Sousa, Áurea.

In: Revista Configurações, Vol. 16, 2015, p. 97-112.

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