School violence theoretical research has been falling behind in the field of education research. An explanatory deficit emerges and therefore also theoretical, with certain reductionism and a proliferation of behavior measurement. This article focuses on the need of moving from a binary object that puts apart, sometimes in terms of opposition, the school from society, to an object of study with three dimensions: (i) different forms of violence produced by the school itself; (ii) different forms of violence that are reproduced at the school; (iii) different forms of violence that pass through the school. This triadic reformulation of the object of study is the result from a line of research and the review of indexed literature between 1990 and 2015.
Toledo, M. I., Guajardo, G., Miranda, C., & Pardo, I. (2018). Propuesta tríadica para el estudio de la violencia escolar. Cinta de Moebio, 61, 72–79. https://doi.org/10.4067/S0717-554X2017000100072