Students' Family Support, Peer Relationships, and Learning Motivation and Teachers Fairness Have an Influence on the Victims of Bullying in Middle School of Hong Kong

  • Zhao R
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This study aims to explore the effect of students' family socio-economic status, gender, family support, learning motivation and peer relationships and teachers' equity on the victims of school bullying in Hong Kong. Additionally, the model was analyzed by SEM. The participants in this study were 15 year-old middle school students living in Hong Kong. The data were collected from the PISA 2015 database and the valid number was 4856. The results indicating that family support, peer relationships, and teacher fairness have a negative influence on school bullying. Family support affects one's risk of being bullied by influencing learning motivation. Peer relationship affects one's risk of being bullied by influencing learning motivation. Teacher fairness affects one's risk of being bullied by influencing learning motivation. (As Provided).

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Zhao, R. B. (2019). Students’ Family Support, Peer Relationships, and Learning Motivation and Teachers Fairness Have an Influence on the Victims of Bullying in Middle School of Hong Kong. International Journal of Educational Methodology, 5(1), 111–121. https://doi.org/10.12973/ijem.5.1.111

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