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Daily violence exposure and its impact on campus bullying among middle school students in Xinxiang / 中国学校卫生
Chinese Journal of School Health ; (12): 709-712, 2020.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-821931
Responsible library: WPRO
ABSTRACT
Objective@#The study is to explore daily violence exposure and its association with campus bullying, to provide theoretical basis for positive development of middle school students.@*Methods@#Questionnaire survey was conducted by using Violence Exposure Scale, Normative Beliefs about Aggression Scale, Middle School StudentsSelf-control Scale, and Middle School Students’ Campus Bullying Scale. During Aug. to Oct. 2019, 1 372 middle school students were selected by the convenient sampling method as subjects of study from 2 junior high schools and 3senior high schools in Xinxiang.@*Results@#The total score in daily violence exposure was (34.22±12.09). The scores of violence exposure, traditional bullying and cyberbullying in female were lower than in male(t=-2.60--6.32, P<0.05). The scores of violence exposure, traditional bullying and cyberbullying in junior high school students were higher than senior high school students(t=4.59-7.50, P<0.05). The relationship between violence exposure and normative beliefs about aggression, traditional bullying, cyberbullying were positive (r=0.20, 0.44, 0.51, P<0.01). The relationship between violence exposure and self-control was negative (r=-0.29, P<0.01) . The relationship between normative beliefs about aggression and traditional bullying, cyberbullying were positive (r=0.28, 0.22, P<0.01). The relationship between normative beliefs about aggression and self-control was negative (r=-0.38, P<0.01). Violence exposure indirectly affects traditional bullying/cyberbullying through normative beliefs about aggression. The effect of normative beliefs about aggression on the traditional bullying/cyberbullying of middle school students is reduced with the increase of self-control.@*Conclusion@#Normative beliefs about aggression plays an intermediary role in violence exposure and traditional bully/cyberbullying, and self-control regulates the relationship between them.

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