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Mediation of shame in parent-child attachment and bullying among high school students / 中国学校卫生
Chinese Journal of School Health ; (12): 1824-1827, 2019.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-815624
Responsible library: WPRO
ABSTRACT
Objective@#To explore mediating effect of shame on parent-child attachment and bullying among high school students, and to provide the basis for school bullying prevention among high school students.@*Methods@#From September to November 2018, a total of 1 149 studentsbullying behavior from 4 high schools in Shenyang and Xinxiang, were investigated with the Inventory of Parents and Peer Attachment, Middle School StudentsBullying Scale and Middle School StudentsShame Scale.@*Results@#About 31.07% of the subjects involved in school bullying. The report rates of bullying among boys, high school students of second grade, only child, students from rural area were higher (P<0.01). Mother-child attachment was negatively correlated with traditional and cyber bullying(r=-0.14, -0.21, -0.20, P<0.01). Father-child attachment was negatively correlated with traditional and cyber bullying(r=-0.19, -0.21, -0.19, P<0.01). Shame was positively correlated with traditional bullying and cyber bullying (r=0.20, 0.19, P<0.01). Shame mediates mother-child attachment, traditional and cyber bullying, accounting for 11.78% and 15.70% of the total effects. Shame mediates father-child attachment, traditional and cyber bullying, accounting for 15.17% and 17.43% of the total effect.@*Conclusion@#Mother-child and father-child attachment have direct effect on school bullying, and indirect effect on school bullying through shame.

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