Investigation of Terms Used in Korean by School children to Describe Bullying Behaviour in Primary Schools in the State of New South Wales, Australia and Kyunggi Province, South Korea
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- 학교폭력의 개념이해 : 호주 NSW주와 한국 경기도에 있는 초등학생을 중심으로
- This study describes the empirical study of Korean terms used by children when bullying was carried out. This study was the first of its sort to analyse the terms used by Korean children to describe bullying behaviour. Fifty Korean students from each country, twenty-five male and twenty-five females were given a questionnaire of various situations and asked which Korean term they would use to describe the situation. The data were analysed by statistical comparative analysis of different terms given to the same situation, and the same term given to different situations. Chi square measure was carried out allowing for differences of gender, on the terms used by Australian-Korean and Korean children to describe aggressive situations. This study found some significant differences between both country groups. A cultural perspective on tackling bullying behaviour was adopted. The initial results from this study show the contribution of culture to the conceptualisation of bullying.
- Kim, Jang-Dae
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- school bullying; violence; delinquency; social work; care manager; adjunct teacher
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