TITLE

Deklaracje postaw wobec przemocy rówieśniczej wśród gimnazjalistów

AUTHOR(S)
TŁUŚCIAK-DELIOWSKA, ALEKSANDRA
PUB. DATE
September 2013
SOURCE
Developmental Psychology / Psychologia Rozwojowa;2013, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p75
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Studies on bullying have typically concentrated only on the bully-victim relationship. It is as if bullying behavior is regarded only as a function of certain characteristics of the bully and/or the victim, while the group context is set aside, or forgotten. Meanwhile bullying is a group process, a social phenomenon, and each group member could assume a different role. The aim of the study was to examine different participant roles taken by individual adolescents in the bullying process, as well as the relation between the sex of the adolescent and the declared behavior. The study was conducted on a sample of 214 students. The participant roles assigned to the subjects were: reinforcer and assistant of the bully, passive bystander, outsider and defender of the victim. There were significant sex differences in the distribution of participant roles.
ACCESSION #
102827609

 

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