Cyber victimisation, social support, and psychological distress among junior high school students in Taiwan and Mainland China
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香港中文大學研究人員

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摘要This paper examines a theoretical model of how perceived parental, teacher, and peer support in adolescence mediate the pathway from cybervictimisation to psychological distress and further examines how the interrelationships of cybervictimisation, perceived support, and psychological distress differ between countries and genders. A cross-societal probability sample of 1,932 middle school students was collected from Taiwan and Chinese Mainland. The results of structural equation modelling analysis showed that cybervictimisation has a significant direct association with psychological distress and stronger indirect association through parental support. Similar results were found across countries and genders. The findings imply that the perceived support in adolescence plays an important mediating role in the pathway from cybervictimisation to psychological distress. This suggests that developing or incorporating social support into an intervention on cybervictimisation could effectively prevent further psychological distress in both genders and in both countries.
著者Chen J.K.
期刊名稱Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development
出版年份2020
月份7
卷號30
期次3
頁次150 - 163
國際標準期刊號0218-5385
電子國際標準期刊號2165-0993
語言英式英語

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