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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2002;23(5): 123-138.
초등학생의 또래 괴롭힘 유형과 스트레스 대처행동에 관한 연구
신재선 , 정문자
Relationship between Bully/victim Types and Coping with Stress in Elementary School Children
Jae Seon Shin , Moon Ja Chung
The assessment of the 678 6th grade subjects of this study was with the Perry, Kusel, and Perry(1988) Modified Peer Nomination Inventory and the Daily Hassles Coping Scale for Children (Min & Yoo, 1998). Findings were that 14% of the children were bullies, 14% were victims, and 11% were bully/victims(bullies in one situation and victims in a different situation). Sex differences showed that boys who are victims and bully/victims used more passive coping than bully type boys. Bully and bully/victim types used more aggressive coping; victim types used more evasive coping. For girls, bully and bully/victim types used more passive coping than the victim types, who used more evasive coping. Bully types used more social support-seeking in their coping than victims and bully/victim types.
Key Words: bully, gvictim, bully/victim, stress coping strategies
주요어: 가해아, 피해아, 가해-피해아, 스트레스 대처행동
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