Migrant status, social support, and bullying perpetration of children in mainland China
Publication in refereed journal

香港中文大學研究人員
替代計量分析
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摘要Nowadays, both theoretical and empirical studies have generated controversial findings on the association between migration and bullying perpetration with varying social and political contexts. Whereas the association between migrant status and bullying perpetration in mainland China remains understudied, and the underlying mechanisms of how migrant status might relate to bullying perpetration remain unclear. This study made an initial effort to examine the direct effect of migrant status and the mediating effects of family support and community support on bullying perpetration among children in mainland China. The sample consisted of 1,132 migrant children (70.8%) and 468 non-migrant children (29.2%) in Grades 4 to 9 in Nanjing and Guangzhou, China. The results of structural equation modeling revealed that migrant children were more likely than non-migrant ones to engage in bullying perpetration. In addition, compared with non-migrant children, migrant children tend to perceive less family support and community support, which consequently predicted more bullying perpetration. The findings of this study provide cross-cultural evidence for theories and pose significant implications for social work practice and social policy in mainland China.
出版社接受日期06.10.2019
著者Cui K., To S. M.
期刊名稱Children and Youth Services Review
出版年份2019
月份12
卷號107
文章號碼104534
國際標準期刊號0190-7409
電子國際標準期刊號1873-7765
語言美式英語

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