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    Title: The Discussion on Junior High Girl Students’ Bullying.
    Authors: Wan-Zhen Chang
    Contributors: Department of Business Administration
    Keywords: female junior high school students;campus bullying
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-09-30 09:51:35 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Questionnaires are used to collect data and to analyze female junior
    high school students’ attitude toward campus bully. The intention of this study is to examine the predictability of each pre-assumed variables.
    Participants are 470 female junior high school students in Nantou
    County, 95% of useable responses out of a 99% response rate were
    collected. Simple regression is applied o analyze the data.
    Conclusions of this study are:
    1. Most of students believe that lesser-degree campus bully is common.
    They also believe the frequency of the severe-degree campus bully
    would be rarer.
    2. Emotional control, communication skills, school leadership,
    relationship between teachers and students and learning adjustment
    are all significant predictors toward lesser-degree campus bully. Self
    concept and family cohesion are insignificant.
    Based on the results, teachers should pay more attention to help
    student fit in the school, be fair and stay objective. More listening and understanding are needed of the teachers. When campus bully happens,teachers must not cover the issue. To decrease the impact of campus bully, school authority should encourage students to be more
    open-minded and should not depress students
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