Victimisatie gemeten via zelfrapportage en peerrapportage: verbanden met internaliseren, externaliseren en sociale status
Wesel, M.W.C.M. van
Hooijdonk, J.J.P. van
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Objective: The goal of the study is to analyse differences between four groups of primary school students between the ages of 9 to 12 years old. The students were divided into 4 groups: victims of bullying based on the self-reports, victims of bullying based on the peer-reports, victims of bullying based on both selfand peer-reports, a control group of students who had shown neither to be a victim of bullying in either procedure. Method: Both self-reports (victimisation, loneliness, depression, self-worth and self-perceived social acceptance) and peer nominations (victimisation and social acceptance) were used. The self-report was a questionnaire and the peer nominations were individual interviews. In the questionnaire we focussed on the following variables: victimisation, loneliness, depression, self-worth and self-perceived social acceptance. Social acceptance was the only variable used in the interviews. Results: Results indicated which was predicted that self- and peer-report results were significant for a higher score of victimization on loneliness and depressions than the peer report group or the control-group. Conclusion: This prospective study provides evidence that using self-and peer-reports or single self reports shows mainly the best possible view on victimization in relationship with loneliness, depression, selfworth, peer-received social acceptance and self-perceived social acceptance.