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A research on sexual-bullied students’ experiences and coping strategies .
sexual bullying;sexual attitude;femininity;coping strategy
|Issue Date: ||2012-12-11 15:41:05 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of the study is to explore (1) sexual bullying on campus, (2) interpersonal relationship of sexual-bullied students, (3)sexual attitude of sexual-bullied students, and (4) the role of the teacher to the bullied in sexual-bullying events. A qualitative research method is adopted to in-depth interviewing three male sexual-bullied students. The interviews were conducted one or two times and each for about one hour. The result is analyzed by the narrative analysis method. The main findings are as follows:
(1).Sexual-bullying occurred the most frequently in junior high, and boys with femininity are apt to be the targets of the sexual-bullies; besides, the reaction of onlookers are supportive of sexual-bullying.
(2).The main types of sexual-bullying are verbal, physical and social bullying.
(3).Evading and being indifferent are often taken as the best strategies by the sexual-bullied, and the stress sexual-bullyings brought to the bullied caused the fear of going to a toilet and going to school, which resulted in the seriously physical or mental pain .
(4).Sexual-bullied students usually lack of communicating and problem-solving skills among them and their parents and lack of social skills and confidence among peers as to be to pushed out from the groups often.
(5).Sexual-bullying brought the bullied the self-detestation of their own femininity and sexual organs.
(6).The sexual-bullied students expected not to be divided into groups by gender as the category and expected teachers to deal with sexual-bullying events.
Based on its main findings, this study proposes specific recommendations to serve as reference for parents, researchers, educators, administrators, and policymakers.
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