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Alexander L. Burton; Haley N. Puddy; Sunmin Hong; Velmer S. Burton Jr.; William T. Miller – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Each year, thousands of prospective students are denied admission to universities because they possess a criminal record. Prior research finds that university officials and faculty are generally accepting of those with records attending universities. To date, few studies have examined the perspectives of college students on this matter. The…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, College Admission, Criminals
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Allison Kurpiel – Journal of School Violence, 2024
A vast literature examines the negative effects of school victimization. However, there are few studies comparing the impacts of biased and nonbiased victimization. Extant research also rarely assesses the impacts of experiencing multiple types of biased victimization. This study used nationally representative U.S. data (N = 2,241) to examine the…
Descriptors: Victims, Physical Health, Self Esteem, Interpersonal Relationship
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Helena Charlotte Peck; Calli Tzani; David Lester; Thomas James Vaughan Williams; Josefa Page – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Previous research has shown that the utilization of electronic devices with internet access has increased rapidly over the past years. With that increase, comes the increased victimization of internet users from cyberbullies. However, we do not know to what level that increase affected the cyberbullying rates in the UK. The current study assessed…
Descriptors: Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Social Media, Aggression
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Sucharita Maji; Kumari Sarika – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Microaggression experienced by LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and having other sexual orientations and gender identities) persons have been exhaustively studied over the last decade. However, there is a dearth of psychological research examining the prevalence, forms, and consequences of LGBTQ…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Social Bias, Social Discrimination, Incidence
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Caimeng Liu; Guangzhe Frank Yuan; Hong Wang Fung; Jingjing Zhao; Wei Shi; Yuanyuan An; Jiaxin Liu – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Prior research has documented that mindfulness is negatively associated with aggressive behaviors. Recently, studies have examined mediating psychological constructs that account for the relationships between mindfulness and cyberbullying perpetration. The purpose of the current study was to examine the longitudinal relationship between…
Descriptors: Self Esteem, Empathy, Metacognition, Bullying
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Xinhong Wang; Yujin Liu; Shupeng Lyu; Tingshuai Ge; Quanbao Jiang – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Background: Adolescent suicide has become an increasingly serious social problem in China. Bullying victimization was found to be an influential factor of suicidal tendency, but less attention has been paid to the internal mechanisms of the relationship. Objective: This paper examined the relationship between adolescents' bullying victimization…
Descriptors: Bullying, Suicide, Adolescents, Foreign Countries
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Lindsay Smith; Pallie Swartz; Yasemin Irvin-Erickson – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Most college students do not report sexual violence (SV) incidents reportable under Title IX to their universities. Several studies focus on Title IX in regard to gender equality in sports or SV survivors' perceptions of their Title IX experience. However, few studies examine the knowledge and perceptions of Title IX of the general college student…
Descriptors: Self Disclosure (Individuals), College Environment, College Students, Victims
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Chaoyue Wu; Ron A. Astor; Rami Benbenishty – Journal of School Violence, 2024
The current study longitudinally investigated how personal (depression) and family (parental monitoring) factors affect middle school peer victimization through school factors (academic performance, risky peer influence, and school belongingness) in mainland China. This study relied on large-scale 3-year longitudinal national data from mainland…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Depression (Psychology), Parenting Styles, Middle School Students
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Rotem Maor; Tesler Riki; Giladi Ariela; Ben-Meir Lilach; Jerassi Meital; Adilson Marques; Harel-Fisch Yossi – Journal of School Violence, 2024
School bullying and cyberbullying are serious public health problems that negatively affect the lives of school-aged children. We examined the correlation between risk behaviors and lack of resiliency factors with bullying and cyberbullying across seven Mediterranean countries. The sample consisted of 33,399 adolescents (51.1% girls) aged 11, 13,…
Descriptors: Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Aggression, Correlation
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Leah E. Daigle; Raven B. Muñoz; Katelyn P. Hancock – Journal of School Violence, 2024
A small body of research has identified a positive relationship between food insecurity and victimization risk, including intimate partner violence and sexual violence victimization as well as experiencing and witnessing childhood violence in the home. The question remains whether food insecurity is related to sexual victimization among college…
Descriptors: College Students, Food, Hunger, Sexual Abuse
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Nadine P. Frederique – Journal of School Violence, 2024
There is a rich history of research examining the racial/ethnic disparities in school safety, school discipline, school climate and school achievement. While rich and informative, these lines of inquiry also unearth additional unanswered questions. As scholars consider the future of school safety research, they should consider: 1) developing more…
Descriptors: School Safety, Educational Research, Partnerships in Education, Racism
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Hannah Tessler; Meera Choi; Grace Kao – Journal of School Violence, 2024
This study examines the experiences of school bullying and racism among Asian American Pacific Islander (henceforth AAPI) high school students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Asian students who report being bullied at school or online are more likely to report depression and poor mental health outcomes. Perceived racism is also associated with a…
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, COVID-19, Bullying
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Kay S. Varela; Janice Iwama; Miner P. Marchbanks III; Krystlelynn Caraballo; Anthony A. Peguero; Jamilia Blake; John M. Eason; Jun Sung Hong – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Immigration disparities are associated with strict school climates and juvenile justice. Place also matters concerning school strictness and disproportionate minority contact for minority youth. What remains unknown is the relationship between school strictness, immigration, and punishment along the Texas-Mexico border. Drawing from the Texas…
Descriptors: Juvenile Justice, School Violence, Discipline Policy, Geographic Location
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Brianna Harvey; Brian Cabral; Subini Ancy Annamma; Jamelia Morgan – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Incarcerated disabled Girls of Color reside and exist within a nexus of systems that continually entrap them through the ongoing use of carceral logics. Utilizing interviews from a larger qualitative study, this article centers the lived experiences of disabled Girls of Color by interrogating the collusive partnerships between schools, child…
Descriptors: Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Institutions, Females, Disabilities
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Kevin L. Nadal; Wiston Rodriguez; Emerson Tejeda; D'Andrah Almanzar; Sheharyar Hussain; D. R. Gina Sissoko – Journal of School Violence, 2024
The lived experiences of queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) youth are significantly influenced by the various environments they navigate -- including but not limited to their families, schools, neighborhoods, communities, and workplaces. QTPOC youth -- or queer and trans youth who identify as Asian American, Black/African American,…
Descriptors: Sexuality, LGBTQ People, At Risk Persons, Social Bias
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