청소년의 형제자매간 폭력경험과 학교폭력인식태도와의 관계
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First, youth siblings violence is mainly forms of screaming or yelling rather than insult or venomous words. However, verbal violence occurs more frequently than physical violence. In addition, sometimes light physical assault, such as pushing or throwing things happened, but heavy physical assault, such as beating with a stick or threatening with a knife, rarely occurs. * A thesis submitted to the Committee of the Graduate School of Education, Gyeongsang National University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master's degree of Education in August, 2014. Second, youths who experienced siblings violence answered that their overall attitude toward school violence was not high. Higher scores were shown in the two questions 'I do not want to be a friend being harassed.' and 'Violence is not necessarily bad.', which suggests more acceptable attitude to some violence. Siblings violence-experienced youth's violence awareness score is 2.28, and this indicates that they are a little generous to violence. Third, experience of both verbal violence and physical assault have positive influence on violence awareness. As a result, this implies that physical assault gives more positive influence than verbal violence.