Bullying and affiliation: A study of peer groups in native and immigrant adolescents in Norway

  title={Bullying and affiliation: A study of peer groups in native and immigrant adolescents in Norway},
  author={Hildegunn Fandrem and S. K. Ertesv{\aa}g and Dagmar Strohmeier and E. Roland},
  journal={European Journal of Developmental Psychology},
  pages={401 - 418}
  • Hildegunn Fandrem, S. K. Ertesvåg, +1 author E. Roland
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • European Journal of Developmental Psychology
  • This study (1) investigated the extent to which native Norwegian and immigrant girls and boys bully others and (2) examined peer groups to find out with whom pupils affiliate with when bullying others. Furthermore, the study explored whether immigrant boys, more than native Norwegian boys, were carrying out bullying together with others. To identify bullies, self-assessments, nominations by co-bullies and nominations by victims were used. Social cognitive mapping (SCM) was used to identify peer… CONTINUE READING
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