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The Influence Factors in Elementary and Junior High School Bullying - Based on the Interpretative Structural Modeling
The Influence Factors in Elementary and Junior High School Bullying - Based on the Interpretative Structural Modeling

Author(s): Wen CAO, Xianglan Zhang, Qing Zhang, You LI
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Sociology, Applied Sociology
Published by: Expert Projects Publishing
Keywords: elementary and junior high school; school bullying; influence factor; interpretative structural modeling; social network; social status;

Summary/Abstract: To explore the root factors in school bullying for fundamentally preventing school bullying, interpretative structural modeling is applied to construct the multilevel hierarchical structure model for influence factors in elementary and junior high school bullying. The results reveal that psychological factors and habits are the direct factors in elementary and junior high school bullying, law enforcement, physiological factors, and national legislation are the mediating factors, and the field and capital of family factors, school factors, and social factors are the root factors. According to the model analysis, it is suggested to construct the multiple collaboration mechanism for preventing school bullying from root factors.

  • Issue Year: 2020
  • Issue No: 68
  • Page Range: 83-94
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: English