The need for peer acceptance and affiliation as underlying motive for aggressive behaviour and bullying others among immigrant youth living in Austria and Norway

@article{Strohmeier2012TheNF,
  title={The need for peer acceptance and affiliation as underlying motive for aggressive behaviour and bullying others among immigrant youth living in Austria and Norway},
  author={Dagmar Strohmeier and Hildegunn Fandrem and C. Spiel},
  journal={Anales De Psicologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={28},
  pages={695-704}
}
This study (1) compared the overall levels of aggressive behav- iour and bullying others and (2) investigated the predictive power of two underlying motives - reactive aggression and the need for peer acceptance and affiliation - between non-immigrant and immigrant youth living in two European countries. In Austria, data on aggressive behaviour was available for analyses, while in Norway bullying others, a subcategory of aggressive behaviour was investigated. The sample comprised 302 non… Expand
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