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|Other Titles: ||The Study of Junior High School Students' Virtual Bullying and Traditional Bullying|
traditional bullying;virtual bullying;personality traits
|Issue Date: ||2010-12-03
This study explored the status quo of traditional bullying and virtual bullying among junior high school students. Based on Big Five Personality Trait Scale, Traditional Bullying Scale and Virtual Bullying Scale, the questionnaires were distributed to public junior high schools in central Taiwan ( 1,008 subjects ). And the results of this study are listed as the following statement.
1. For the part of traditional bullying in junior high school, boys and ninth graders are more likely to become perpetrators, victims and bystanders than girls and seventh graders as well as eighth graders. Furthermore, the differences of academic achievements are varied by bullying types; high academic achievers are less likely to commit traditional bullies while medium academic achievers are more likely to receive traditional bullies.
2. Girls and ninth graders are more likely to become perpetrators, victims and bystanders than boys and seventh graders and eighth graders in virtual bullying; furthermore, medium academic achievers are more likely to received virtual bullying..
3. There are interaction effects among parental nationalities, primary care givers, socioeconomic backgrounds and roles in traditional bullying and virtual bullying. Students in single-parent family, with low socioeconomic, and having foreign parents are more likely to become bullies.
4. There is a strong relationship among most roles in traditional bullying and virtual bullying.
5. Victims’ tends to have personality traits of conscientiousness , neuroticism and openness. Students with high conscientiousness are less likely to become victims; however, students with more neuroticism and openness are more likely to become victims. In addition, personalities of victims in virtual bullying only related to the openness.
6. Perpetrators’ tends to have personality traits of conscientiousness , neuroticism extraversion, and openness. Junior high school students with high conscientiousness are less likely to be perpetrators; however, students with more extroversion, neuroticism and openness are more likely to become perpetrators.
According to the results, suggestions are proposed as the reference for the government, parents, students and researchers in the future.
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