Revista Internacional de Sociología, Vol 70, No 3 (2012)

Concurrencia de comportamientos de riesgo entre adolescentes españoles


https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2011.03.18

Carmen Meneses
Comillas University ICAI-ICADE of Madrid, España

Antonio Rúa
Comillas University ICAI-ICADE of Madrid, España

Nuria Romo
University of Granada, España

Eugenia Gil
University of Sevilla, España

Jorge Uroz
Comillas University ICAI-ICADE of Madrid, España

Iñaki Markez
Basque Health Service (Osakidetza), España

Resumen


Este trabajo examina la concurrencia de comportamientos de riesgo en adolescentes españoles. Los comportamientos analizados fueron la actividad sexual, el consumo de alcohol y otras drogas, conductas violentas y comportamientos en la conducción de ciclomotores o motocicletas. La muestra incluye 4.091 adolescentes de 13 a 18 años, perteneciente a educación secundaria obligatoria. Los resultados obtenidos muestran cuatro perfiles de riesgo, siendo uno de ellos el perfil de más alto riesgo y concurrencia de comportamientos arriesgados. Este grupo supone el 13% en el que destacan las conductas de consumo de drogas lícitas, conducir bajo los efectos de droga y otras conductas realizadas bajo los efectos del alcohol. Se encuentran diferencias entre estos perfiles y las características sociodemográficas como el sexo, el curso, la percepción sobre la economía familiar y la etnicidad. Se discuten los resultados obtenidos y se ofrece algunas sugerencias para la prevención.

Palabras clave


Adolescentes; Comportamientos de riesgo; Perfiles de riesgo; España

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