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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2002;23(5): 51-64.
아동의 인성특성, 부모에 대한 애착 및 부부갈등과 또래괴롭힘
박보경 , 도현심
Correlates of Peer Victimization: Personality Traits, Parent Attachment, and Marital Conflict
Bo Kyung Park , Hyun Sim Doh
Abstract
In this study of the correlates of peer victimization, 584 4^th grade children in Seoul answered questionnaires regarding their personality traits, parent attachment and the marital conflict of their parents. Subjects and their peers also reported on peer aggression and victimization by peers. Data were analyzed by partial correlation, controlling for gender. Children`s sociability/activity related positively to peer-rated peer aggression and negatively to self- and peer-rated victimization by peers. Children`s shyness/emotionality related positively to self-reported peer aggression and to self- and peer rated victimization by peers. Parent attachment related negatively to self-reported peer aggression and victimization by peers and positively to peer-rated peer aggression. Marital conflict related positively to self-reported peer aggression and to self- and peer-rated victimization by peers. Marital conflict was the most influential on peer aggression and children`s personality traits were on victimization by peers.
Key Words: peer victimization, peer aggression, victimization by peers
주요어: 또래괴롭힘, 또래공격성, 또래에 의한 괴롭힘
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