Resiliencia, ansiedad, pobreza y depresión en niños de dos ciudades de Colombia
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Cervantes-Perea, W.-T., Fajardo-Castillo, E., & Rodríguez-de Ávila, U.-E. (2019). Resiliencia, ansiedad, pobreza y depresión en niños de dos ciudades de Colombia. Duazary, 16(2), 332 - 344. https://doi.org/10.21676/2389783X.3156

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El objetivo del estudio fue verificar si la Resiliencia y la Ansiedad difieren del contexto cultural en niños en situación de pobreza y depresión. Participaron 2 instituciones de educación media de dos zonas marginales de dos ciudades del Caribe Colombiano (Santa Marta y Cartagena). El muestreo fue no probabilístico intencional, transversal. La muestra fue de 73 estudiantes, entre 10 y 12 años de edad (22 mujeres y 51 hombres) todos con características sintomatólogicas de depresión, 36 estudiantes de Santa Marta y 37 estudiantes de Cartagena. La distribución fue del 73% de resiliencia alta, 25% de resiliencia moderada y 1,4% de resiliencia baja. El 47% se encontraban en riesgo de sufrir ansiedad y 53% no presentaban riesgo. Mediante Chi Cuadrado, ponderados para Depresión, con significancia menores a 0,05, se verificó la hipótesis alterna: La Resiliencia y la Ansiedad difieren del contexto cultural en los niños en situación de pobreza y depresión.

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resiliencia, ansiedad, depresión, pobreza, niños
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