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Social-ecological correlates of cyberbullying victimization and perpetration among African American youth: Negative binomial and zero-inflated negative binomial analyses
Due to the technical advancement and popularity of social media in adolescent lives, there is a growing social and policy concern about cyberbullying and victimization. However, research aboutExpand
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Parental Attachment and Bullying in South Korean Adolescents: Mediating Effects of Low Self-Control, Deviant Peer Associations, and Delinquency
Utilizing a nationally representative, longitudinal South Korean student sample, the current study explores two pathways leading to bullying: (a) parental attachment to low self-control and (b) lowExpand
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Association Among Subtypes of Bullying Status and Sexually-Risky Behaviors of Urban African American Adolescents in Chicago
Bullying is found to be associated with various negative psychosocial outcomes. However, few studies have explored the association between bullying involvement and sexually-risky behaviors. YouthExpand
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Self-Control and Risky Lifestyles in Context: Cross-Level Integration between Opportunity and Collective Efficacy in the Study of Peer Victimization among South Korean Youth
The study applies individual trait and opportunity perspectives at the individual-level factors associated with peer victimization among South Korean youth. The theoretical analysis integratesExpand
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Explaining the overlap between bullying perpetration and bullying victimization: assessing the time-ordered and correlative relationships
The integrated theoretical framework of lifestyles and routine activities and self-control theories is used to estimate the relationship between bullying perpetration and bullying victimization.Expand
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Explaining physical, verbal, and social bullying among bullies, victims of bullying, and bully-victims: Assessing the integrated approach between social control and lifestyles-routine activities
Abstract This study examined the direct impacts of risk factor (delinquent peer associations) and mediating effects of social controls on three types of bullying status: perpetration, victimization,Expand
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Peer Victimization and Substance Use Among African American Adolescents and Emerging Adults on Chicago’s Southside
Urban African-American youth residing in poorly resourced communities are at a heightened risk of peer victimization, which consequently increases their likelihood of risky behaviors such asExpand
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Lifestyles/Routine Activities and Bullying among South Korean Youths
Abstract Research on bullying has been conducted primarily in the United States and other western cultures, with less attention paid to the magnitude and sources of the problem in eastern cultures.Expand
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The link between juvenile offending and victimization: Sources of change over time in bullying victimization risk among South Korean adolescents
This study involves a longitudinal analysis of whether changes in bullying victimization over time corresponded with changes in lifestyles and/or self-control. The data from the Korean Youth PanelExpand
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The impact of low self-control and delinquent peer associations on bullying perpetration and victimization among South Korean adolescents: Time-concurrent, time-lagged, and latent growth curve
ABSTRACT This study examines the impact of low self-control and deviant peer affiliations on bullying perpetration and victimization in South Korea. Our sample is drawn from a five-wave, longitudinalExpand
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