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Relationship between Perceptions of Control and Victimization of Chinese Adolescents

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This study explores perceptions of control in victims of school bullying, by surveying 108 adolescents with questionnaires. The result shows that there are significant gender differences in external control in general, internal control of sociality, and victimization of physical bullying. Physical victimization decreases as subjects grow older, but unknown control increases. Social victimization is positively correlated with all factors of external control. Verbal victimization is positively correlated with factors of external control of sociality, general and average; and negatively correlated with factors of internal control of sociality and physicality. Victimization of property bullying is positively correlated with average external control. External control is a predictor of victimization of social, verbal, and property bullying; internal control of body is that of verbal victimization.


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