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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2001;22(3): 49-61.
또래와의 갈등 대처양식과 또래 괴롭힘의 가해 , 피해 , 친사회적 행동과의 횡 , 종단적인 관계
Children Coping with Peer Conflict : Cross - Sectional and Longitudinal Correlates of Bullying , Victim , and Prosocial Behavior
Hee Og Sim
This study explored concurrent and prospective relationships of the coping strategies of 4th and 6th grade children in peer conflict focusing on bullying, victim, and prosocial behavior. Instruments were the Self-Report Coping Scale and the Peer Relations Questionnaire. Concurrent results of Study I showed children using more avoidance and fewer approach strategies were more likely to bullies or victims; and children using fewer avoidance and more approach coping strategies were more likely to be prosocial children. Externalizing best explained bullies and victims; seeking social support best explained prosocial children. Prospective results of Study II showed children using more externalizing and fewer problem solving were more likely to be bullies; and children employing internalizing and externalizing were more likely to be victims; and children using more seeking social support were more likely to be prosocial children. It was also found that externalizing at Time I best predicted bullies, internalizing best predicted victims, and seeking social support best predicted prosocial children.
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