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Mobbning och att försvara utsatta för mobbning: Betydelsen av elevers moraliska emotioner och moraliska disengagemang
Author:
Robert Thornberg: Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning, Education, Teaching and Learning, Linköping University, Sweden Tiziana Pozzoli: University of Padua, Italy Gianluca Gini: University of Padua, Italy Tomas Jungert: Lund University, Sweden
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2014
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Independent in the heard: Inclusion and exclusion as social processes. Proceedings from the 9th GRASP conference, Linköping University, May 2014
Issue:
121
Article no.:
007
Pages:
109-123
No. of pages:
15
Publication type:
Abstract and Fulltext
Published:
2015-01-21
ISBN:
978-91-7519-217-8
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
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Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet


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Tidigare forskning har visat att moraliskt disengagemang och moraliska emotioner sammanhänger med både mobbning och att försvara personer som är utsatta för mobbning. Vad vi dock inte vet är om var och en av dessa två faktorer fortfarande bidrar till att förklara variationen av dessa beteenden när båda inkluderas i samma modell. Syftet med studien var därför att undersöka hur moraliskt disengagemang och moraliska emotioner är associerade med mobbning och försvararbeteende bland skolbarn i en och samma modell. Vi ville även undersöka om det förelåg en interaktionseffekt mellan dessa två moraliska faktorer och som ytterligare bidrar till att förklara variationen i mobbning och försvararbeteende. 561 elever i årskurs 5 och 6 från 28 grundskolor besvarade anonymt och under skoltid en enkät. Resultatet visade att medan moraliskt disengagemang var positivt associerat med mobbning och negativt associerat med försvararbeteende, så var moraliska emotioner negativt associerade med mobbning och positivt associerade med försvararbeteende. Vidare visade resultatet att elever som uppvisade hög nivå av moraliska emotioner var mindre benägna att mobba oavsett deras nivå av moraliskt disengagemang. I kontrast till detta var moraliskt disengagemang negativt associerat med försvarbeteende vid låga nivåer av moraliska emotioner men inte när nivån av moraliska emotioner var högt.

Keywords: Mobbning; ĂĄskĂĄdare; moraliskt disengagemang; moraliska emotioner

Independent in the heard: Inclusion and exclusion as social processes. Proceedings from the 9th GRASP conference, Linköping University, May 2014

Author:
Robert Thornberg, Tiziana Pozzoli, Gianluca Gini, Tomas Jungert
Title:
Mobbning och att försvara utsatta för mobbning: Betydelsen av elevers moraliska emotioner och moraliska disengagemang
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Independent in the heard: Inclusion and exclusion as social processes. Proceedings from the 9th GRASP conference, Linköping University, May 2014

Author:
Robert Thornberg, Tiziana Pozzoli, Gianluca Gini, Tomas Jungert
Title:
Mobbning och att försvara utsatta för mobbning: Betydelsen av elevers moraliska emotioner och moraliska disengagemang
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