School bullying, homicide and income inequality: a cross-national pooled time series analysis

Elgar FJ, Pickett KE, Pickett W, Craig W, Molcho M, Hurrelmann K, Lenzi M (2013)
International Journal Of Public Health 58(2): 237-245.

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Elgar, Frank J.; Pickett, Kate E.; Pickett, William; Craig, Wendy; Molcho, Michal; Hurrelmann, KlausUniBi; Lenzi, Michela
Abstract / Bemerkung
To examine the relation between income inequality and school bullying (perpetration, victimisation and bully/victims) and explore whether the relation is attributable to international differences in violent crime. Between 1994 and 2006, the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children study surveyed 117 nationally representative samples of adolescents about their involvement in school bullying over the previous 2 months. Country prevalence rates of bullying were matched to data on income inequality and homicides. With time and country differences held constant, income inequality positively related to the prevalence of bullying others at least twice (b = 0.25), victimisation by bullying at least twice (b = 0.29) and both bullied and victimisation at least twice (b = 0.40). The relation between income inequality and victimisation was partially mediated by country differences in homicides. Understanding the social determinants of school bullying facilitates anti-bullying policy by identifying groups at risk and exposing its cultural and economic influences. This study found that cross-national differences in income inequality related to the prevalence of school bullying in most age and gender groups due, in part, to a social milieu of interpersonal violence.
Stichworte
Income inequality; Social conditions; Bullying; Adolescents; HBSC; Pooled time-series analysis
Erscheinungsjahr
2013
Zeitschriftentitel
International Journal Of Public Health
Band
58
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
237-245
ISSN
1661-8556
eISSN
1661-8564
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2578348

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Elgar FJ, Pickett KE, Pickett W, et al. School bullying, homicide and income inequality: a cross-national pooled time series analysis. International Journal Of Public Health. 2013;58(2):237-245.
Elgar, F. J., Pickett, K. E., Pickett, W., Craig, W., Molcho, M., Hurrelmann, K., & Lenzi, M. (2013). School bullying, homicide and income inequality: a cross-national pooled time series analysis. International Journal Of Public Health, 58(2), 237-245. doi:10.1007/s00038-012-0380-y
Elgar, F. J., Pickett, K. E., Pickett, W., Craig, W., Molcho, M., Hurrelmann, K., and Lenzi, M. (2013). School bullying, homicide and income inequality: a cross-national pooled time series analysis. International Journal Of Public Health 58, 237-245.
Elgar, F.J., et al., 2013. School bullying, homicide and income inequality: a cross-national pooled time series analysis. International Journal Of Public Health, 58(2), p 237-245.
F.J. Elgar, et al., “School bullying, homicide and income inequality: a cross-national pooled time series analysis”, International Journal Of Public Health, vol. 58, 2013, pp. 237-245.
Elgar, F.J., Pickett, K.E., Pickett, W., Craig, W., Molcho, M., Hurrelmann, K., Lenzi, M.: School bullying, homicide and income inequality: a cross-national pooled time series analysis. International Journal Of Public Health. 58, 237-245 (2013).
Elgar, Frank J., Pickett, Kate E., Pickett, William, Craig, Wendy, Molcho, Michal, Hurrelmann, Klaus, and Lenzi, Michela. “School bullying, homicide and income inequality: a cross-national pooled time series analysis”. International Journal Of Public Health 58.2 (2013): 237-245.

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