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Photo Voice Study on School Bullying of College Students -With the focus on university students who are teaching professionals-

  • 한국청소년활동연구
  • Abbr : SKYA
  • 2022, 8(2), pp.55-81
  • DOI : 10.36697/skya.2022.8.2.55
  • Publisher : Korea Youth Activity Research Association
  • Research Area : Natural Science > Life Sciences > Child Study > Adolescence Science
  • Received : February 28, 2022
  • Accepted : June 19, 2022
  • Published : June 30, 2022

Jung, Jung ae 1 Park, Song Ran 2 YI MI JUNG 3 Cho, Eun Jo 4 Kim, No Ybon 5 Park, Seong Lim 5 Jung, Young Ae 5

1가톨릭관동대학교
2대전서구가족센터
3남서울대학교
4국방부 육군본부
5상담사

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ABSTRACT

Background & Purpose: This study is a field study that explores college students' perception of school violence and how to cope with it. In the educational field where the importance of school violence is more emphasized, we would like to see a change in the perception of college students who took school violence subjects. Through this, the purpose of the study is to strengthen desirable countermeasures by exploring in detail the factors that influenced the change in perception and promoting the change in perception of school violence in the future. Methodology/Approach: The subjects of the study were 10 students in the teaching profession, and the data were analyzed according to the general photovoice research procedure through orientation, data collection through photo-taking of research participants, photo selection, conceptualizing, and codifying steps. Findings/Conclusions: As a result of the analysis, 11 subcategories were derived based on the research topics such as perception of school violence experienced by college students, perception of school violence after learning school violence, and countermeasures against school violence. The perception of school violence through photo voice was recognized as the importance of interest and prevention and the attitude and importance of active defenders in the passive role of neighbors. As a result of the study, first, participants had diverse perceptions of school violence according to their experiences of school violence and felt more negative emotions. Second, in the learning process, it was found that there were various neighbors in addition to the perpetrator and the victim. Third, it was recognized that the role of teachers as the subject of prevention and intervention was very important. Fourth, it was considered that social intervention was necessary as an expansion of the perspective on school violence. Therefore, the learning of school violence by college students who completed teaching brought about a change in their internal motivation to understand and expand awareness of school violence and to play an active role as an active preventer. Implications: Recognition and coping measures for school bullying from the perspective of College students will be provided as basic data for intervening in school bullying as a College students.

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