Aggressiveness in Schools


  • Nicoleta Oana Radu Danubius University of Galati


aggression; violence; school; family; students


School violence - includes, in addition to aggressive behavior, other behaviors: violent,
inappropriate or offensive expression - nicknames, imitations, teasing, ironies, injuries, etc. The
teacher-student relationship is very important, its dynamics are specific to the age of the student, the
specialization of the teacher, but also their involvement in combating aggression in the case of school.
The problem of school violence is a constant interest of European policies, becoming an official
problem on the agenda of educational policies, of governments all over the world. Human Fundamental
Rights are violated, as is the child’s right to physical and mental safety in school. Aggression can
become a vicious circle in which students become bullied, they tend to isolate themselves from those
around them and even from their family. We are talking about marginalization, in which the educational
environment becomes a field of struggle and survival, and classmates become enemies worthy of feared.

Author Biography

Nicoleta Oana Radu, Danubius University of Galati

Student, Faculty of Behavioural and Applied Sciences, Specialization Psychology


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How to Cite

Radu, N. O. (2024). Aggressiveness in Schools. New Trends in Psychology, 6(1), 71–74. Retrieved from