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School Bullying and Tackling Strategies in Hong Kong
  • D. Wong
  • Medicine
  • International journal of offender therapy and…
  • 1 October 2004
In view of the rising problem of school bullying in Hong Kong, scholars have endeavored to study the prevalence, causes, and tackling strategies of school bullying. This article highlights someExpand
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Program Effectiveness of a Restorative Whole-School Approach for Tackling School Bullying in Hong Kong
With bullying in schools high on policy makers’ agendas, researchers are looking for effective strategies to tackle its disruptive effects. The present study sets out to address this issue. First,Expand
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Cyberbullying perpetration and victimization among adolescents in Hong Kong
Cyberbullying is a growing concern worldwide. Using a sample of 1917 secondary adolescents from seven schools, five psychometric measures (self-efficacy, empathy level, feelings regarding aExpand
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The Overlap between School Bullying Perpetration and Victimization: Assessing the Psychological, Familial, and School Factors of Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong
Abstract School bullying has always been a global concern. Little is known about the joint occurrence of bullying perpetration and victimization. Using a large sample of Hong Kong secondary schoolExpand
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Traditional school bullying and cyberbullying in Chinese societies: Prevalence and a review of the whole-school intervention approach
Abstract Traditional school bullying and cyberbullying have been a growing concern globally. In this review, we first review the prevalence of traditional school bullying and cyberbullying inExpand
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School Bullying Among Hong Kong Chinese Primary Schoolchildren
The first comprehensive survey of 7,025 Chinese primary schoolchildren found that 24% of respondents reported that they had sometimes physically bullied another child. When children observed schoolExpand
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Diversion From Youth Courts in Five Asia Pacific Jurisdictions
Since the 1970s, there has been a trend to move away from punitive and retributive approaches to reintegrative practices. This article provides an account of how young offenders in five Asia PacificExpand
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Pathways to Delinquency in Hong Kong and Guangzhou (South China)
ABSTRACT Criminologists have endeavored to incorporate the most promising insights from various sociological perspectives into a single integrated causal model to explain delinquency since the lateExpand
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Changes in Juvenile Justice in China
  • D. Wong
  • Political Science
  • 1 June 2001
This article discusses the trend of juvenile and youth crime, which has been on the rise during the past 40 years in China. With the help of literature derived from Chinese policy documents andExpand
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School, Parents, and Peer Factors in Relation to Hong Kong Students' Bullying
ABSTRACT As school, parents, and peer factors mostly appear separately in different studies of students' bullying, the integration of the factors in a study is necessary to portray a more thoroughExpand
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