2021
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijchp.2020.07.003
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Abstract: Background/Objective : Most studies have evaluated victimization at a single time point, making it difficult to determine the impact of the time during which an individual is victimized. This longitudinal study aims to examine the differences in the levels of social status (social preference and perceived popularity) and friendship in peer victimization trajectories, and to analyse if there were changes over time in the levels of social status and friendship in each trajectory. … Show more

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“…Our findings therefore highlight that the activation of anger rumination could be a strategy that leads to maladaptive behaviors, such as social anxiety or social maladjustment (Romera et al, 2016). An interesting element for future study related to this finding but not explored here, is how the level of social support and the role in/of the peer group (Romera et al, 2020) affects the association between anger rumination and cybervictimization. It can be imagined that an increase in risky behavior or a drop in self‐control is more likely to lead to further episodes of victimization for those adolescents with lower social support in their peer group.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 81%
“…Our findings therefore highlight that the activation of anger rumination could be a strategy that leads to maladaptive behaviors, such as social anxiety or social maladjustment (Romera et al, 2016). An interesting element for future study related to this finding but not explored here, is how the level of social support and the role in/of the peer group (Romera et al, 2020) affects the association between anger rumination and cybervictimization. It can be imagined that an increase in risky behavior or a drop in self‐control is more likely to lead to further episodes of victimization for those adolescents with lower social support in their peer group.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 81%
“…This study did not take into account other variables that may influence the attitude-behavior relationship in the school context. Variables such as impulsivity, context, social status, social circle or parental styles could be included in future studies following the recommendations of the literature ( Gallego et al, 2019 ; Hormozábal-Aguayo et al, 2019 ; Loinaz & Ma de Sousa, 2020 ; Rey et al, 2020 ; Romera et al, 2021 ). Taking into account the indicators of heterogeneity in our study, it would be highly advisable to perform this type of analysis to determine which variables influence the relationship studied here.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Our study has important practical implications, because the social dynamics that develop within the classroom impact adolescents' well-being social development (Veenstra & Laninga-Wijnen, 2022), and also in other social dynamics such as bullying (Romera et al, 2019;Romera, Jiménez, et al, 2021). Therefore, knowing how affective and popularity dynamics interact and change in the classroom is highly relevant.…”
Section: Strengths Limitations and Practical Implicationmentioning
confidence: 96%