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Table 2 Prevalence of cyber-teasing and traditional bullying victimization during the past twelve months in full sample and by gender

From: Prevalence and patterns of traditional bullying victimization and cyber-teasing among college population in Spain

  Total Male Female
N = 543 N = 138 N = 405
  No. (%) and 95 % CIa No. (%) and 95 % CIa No. (%) and 95 % CIa
Cyber-teasing    
None victims 257 (47.3) 42.9–51.7 73 (52.9) 44.4–60.8 184 (45.4) 40.4–50.4
Victims 286 (52.7) 48.3–57.1 65 (47.1) 39.2–55.6 221 (54.6) 49.6–59.6
 1 time 137 (25.2) 21.6–29.1 33 (23.9) 16.5–31.9 104 (25.7) 21.7–29.9
 2 time 45 (8.3) 5.9–10.7 14 (10.1) 5.6–15.0 31 (7.7) 5.2–10.2
 More than 2 times 104 (19.2) 15.8–22.3 18 (13.0) 7.5–18.6 86 (21.2) 17.5–25.1
Traditional bullying victimization    
None victims 205 (37.8) 33.9–42.0 40 (29.0) 21.9–36.4 165 (40.7) 36.0–45.7
Victims* 338 (62.2) 58.0–66.1 98 (71.0) 63.6–78.1 240 (59.3) 54.3–64.0
 1 time* 177 (32.6) 28.9–36.6 58 (42.0) 34.1–50.4 119 (29.4) 25.1–33.8
 2 time 36 (6.6) 4.6–8.8 6 (4.3) 1.3–8.1 30 (7.4) 5.0–10.1
 More than 2 times 125 (23.0) 19.5–26.5 34 (24.6) 17.7–32.1 91 (22.5) 18.4–26.5
Cyber and traditional bullying victimization    
None victims 322 (59.3) 55.4–63.2 77 (55.8) 47.3–63.7 245 (60.5) 55.9–65.4
Victims 221 (40.7) 36.8–44.6 61 (44.2) 36.3–52.7 160 (39.5) 34.6–44.1
 1 time* 68 (12.5) 9.5–15.5 26 (18.8) 12.8–25.8 42 (10.4) 7.6–13.4
 2 time 82 (15.1) 12.3–18.4 22 (15.9) 10.3–22.0 60 (14.8) 10.9–18.3
 More than 2 times 71 (13.1) 10.1–16.0 13 (9.4) 4.6–14.6 58 (14.3) 10.7–17.8
  1. aConfidence interval
  2. Statistically significant difference between male and female students; *p ≤ .05