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Title: INTEGRAL REPARATION OF DAMAGE IN CIVIL LIABILITY IN CASE OF BULLYING: THE JURISPRUDENTIAL SOLUTION.
Authors: Pérez Fuentes, Gisela
Cantoral Domínguez, Karla
Abstract: The protection of human rights is evident in the defense of human rights. This is only achieved through different institutions of Civil Law; of course overcoming the patronization that prevailed in this discipline of law in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries after coding. One of the institutions that have had repercussion on a person is civil liability, considered in Article 20 of the Constitution. It is necessary that this issue transcend private relations to the need for fair compensation. Civil liability is the judicial solution that is determined by the Judiciary of the Federation for the phenomenon so harmful to our childhood that has been called bullying, studied in psychology, but very little in legal systems with have tendencies toward bureaucratic solutions through protocols that may be useful but that are incapable of solving the daily cases that are occurring faced the Judicial Power of the Federation. There are special laws in some states of the country, but our study and research is geared to the analysis of bullying in other countries; such as Spain and the United States that do not have special laws and in which moral damage and responsibility for other ways of solving these issues. The purpose of the paper is to explain the legal solutions that are given to the illegal act of bullying from different positions adopted by the state courts in relation to the Federal.
Issue Date: 14-Jul-2017
URI: http://ri.ujat.mx/handle/20.500.12107/1604
Appears in Collections:Vol. 5, Núm. 9 (2017)

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