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Gender differences in school-based violence among South Korean adolescents

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Frame of Image lence has emerged as a central policy challenge. Violence experienced during adolescence inflicts far more harm than occurs during the initial incidence. Instead, it has a lifelong impact on the victim and can lead to so-called “revictimazation,” in which the victim re-experiences sexual abuse in adulthood he or she has suffered as a child (Messman, Moore & long, 2003). Moreover, repeated abuse of a woman can result in an even deeper sense of shame and frustration and lead to a cumulative effect (Campbell & Soeken, 1999). Although a considerable amount of existing research has been performed regarding sexual abuse, juvenile prostitution, domestic violence, and school bullying, it has been simply confined to single types of violence or abuse to which juveniles can fall victim or has been conducted exclusively either on schoolchildren or within juvenile institutions. This study is the first research into juvenile violence that encompasses all children enrolled in both schools and institutions nationwide and, above all, fully includes a broad spectrum of the types of violence that juveniles experience. Whereas the existing literature offers little consideration to the differences in the ways girls and boys experience violence, this study attempts to highlight gender differences in the experience and perception of violence. Violence against women generally refers to the economic, psychological, or emotional maltreatment of women coming in the form of physical and/or sexual violen


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Title Gender differences in school-based violence among South Korean adolescents
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Author(English)

Chang, Mi-hye

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Seoul:Korea Women’s Development Institute

Date 2012-07
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Gender Studies and Policy Review:vol. 5
Pages 30
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Gender
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