Lecture Notes in Education
Psychology and Public Media

The Influencing Factors and Intervention of Adolescent School Bullying

Author

Xinyu Zhou * 1

1 Department of Literture,Northwest University

Corresponding Author

Xinyu Zhou

Keywords

school bullying, social environment factors, school factors, family factors, personal factors

Abstract

Bullying is a repetitive ofefensive behavior intended to harm and with asymmetric power. School bullying is a special bullying behavior in which students are the mainparticipants. It has varying degrees of negativ Impact on the adolescents involved. In recent years, school bullying incidents have emerged one after another, and have received extensive attention from researchers. Research on school bullying has gradually been enriched. This paper reviews previous studies on bullying behavior in schools, and explores and summarizes the factors that lead to bullying behavior in adolescents from four main aspects: personal, family, school, and social environment, as well as some intervention methods for these influencing factors, hoping to provide theoretical support for establishing more effective intervention and prevention measures. Bullying is a repetitive ofefensive behavior intended to harm and with asymmetric power. School bullying is a special bullying behavior in which students are the mainparticipants. It has varying degrees of negativ Impact on the adolescents involved. In recent years, school bullying incidents have emerged one after another, and have received extensive attention from researchers. Research on school bullying has gradually been enriched. This paper reviews previous studies on bullying behavior in schools, and explores and summarizes the factors that lead to bullying behavior in adolescents from four main aspects: personal, family, school, and social environment, as well as some intervention methods for these influencing factors, hoping to provide theoretical support for establishing more effective intervention and prevention measures.

Citation

Xinyu Zhou. The Influencing Factors and Intervention of Adolescent School Bullying. LNEP (2021) LNEP ICEIPI 2021: 205-211. DOI: 10.54254/lnep.iceipi.2021198.

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