Strategiegebruik van daders, slachtoffers en dader-slachtoffers bij pesten
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Objective: This research aims to determine whether bully-victims use other strategies to receive resource control compared to bullies, victims and a neutral group of children in the first class of secondary school. Method: A sample of school children from the first class of secondary school was assessed and scored on several variables (strategy use, resource control, perceived popularity, self-perceived social competence and self-esteem) with help of computer surveys. Used methods were self-reported and with peer-nominations that were completed under the supervision of research assistants. Results: Results were found using a multivariate analysis. A Games-Howell post hoc analysis was used to compare the bullying categories with each other. Conclusion: Bullies use the most strategies and have the highest perceived popularity, resource control and self-esteem. Victims have low scores on these variables. Bully-victims score between the results of bullies and victims.