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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2003;24(2): 79-92.
아동의 또래 괴롭힘 가해 및 피해경험과 교사보고에 따른 문제행동과 유능성: 학년과 성별 비교
Children`s Bullying, Victimization and Teacher`s Reports of Problem Behaviors and Competencies
Hee Og Sim
Data were collected from teacher reports and from 529 1st to 6th grade students through questionnaires. Bullying was higher among boys than girls. Victimization was higher in 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th grade boys than girls. Acting out was highest in 2nd graders and lowest in 3rd graders. Shy-anxiousness was highest in 4th and 6th graders and lowest in 1st and 3rd graders. Learning problems were lowest among 3rd graders. Competencies were higher in 1st and 2nd grades. Boys had more problem behaviors; girls showed better competencies. Bullying was positively related to acting out, and negatively related to frustration tolerance and task orientation. Victimization was positively related to shy-anxiousness and learning problems, and negatively related to frustration tolerance, assertive social skills and task orientation.
Key Words: bullying/victimization, problem behaviors, competencies
주요어: 또래 괴롭힘 가해/피해, 문제행동, 유능성
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