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Journal of The Korean Society of Maternal and Child Health 2016;20(1):75-82.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21896/jksmch.2016.20.1.75    Published online January 31, 2016.
Behavioral Problems according to the Role of the Middle School Students in School Bullying
Dong Hee Kim
College of Nursing, Sungshin University, Seoul, Korea
중학생의 집단따돌림 참여 역할에 따른 행동문제
김동희
성신여자대학교 간호대학
Correspondence:  Dong Hee Kim,
Email: dhkim@sungshin.ac.kr
Abstract
Purpose
This study was to identify the behavioral problems according to the role of the students in school bullying in adolescents Methods: The participants were 571 students, first to second-grade in a middle school. The instruments used were; K-PNI (Korean-Peer nomination inventory), K-YSR (Korean-Youth SelfReport) developed for adolescents in Korea. Descriptive, χ 2 test, ANOVA were used.
Results
Somatic symptoms were significantly different between victims or victim-perpetrator and non-involved, respectively (F=4.508, p=.004). Social immaturity (F=9.158. p=.000) and delinquent behavior (F=3.382. p=.018) were significantly different between victim-perpetrator and non-involved. Aggression was significantly different between perpetrator or victim-perpetrator and non-involved, respectively (F=14.048. p=.000).
Conclusion
Behavioral problems in students differed depending on his or her role in school bullying. Development of intervention programs applicable to behavioral problems specifically associated with the role of the students in school bullying may effectively intervene in adolescent school bullying.
Key Words: bullying, role, behavioral problem
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