Psychological Impotence as a Predicting Variable of Bullying Behavior among a Sample of Adolescent Students in Jenin Camp

Rihab Al-Sadi


The study aimed to specify the degree of the relationship between psychological impotence and the bullying behavior  and to specify the contribution of the dimensions of psychological impotence in predicting bullying behavior among adolescent students in the Jenin Camp. To achieve this, the researcher used two measures prepared by her. The first measure is the measure of psychological impotence, and the second measure is the measure of bullying behavior. The tw measures were applied on a sample the size of which  was (112) adolescent students. After gathering the data and analyzing them, it was found that there is a  positive correlation between psychological impotence  and bullying behavior among adolescent students in the Jenin camp. It was also found that there is  a statistically significant contribution at the level of significance  (a>0.05) for the two dimensions of the impotence  in the social function and the studying performance in the physical bullying and the verbal bullying, and there was a statistically significant contribution in the social function in the social bullying.

Key Words: Psychological impotence, Bullying behavior, Jenin Camp, Adolescent students.


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