Moral Disengagement and the Influence of Friendship Networks: The Role of Perceived Popularity and Bullying Behavior

Simona Carla Silvia Caravita, Jelle J. Sijtsema, Gianluca Gini

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Abstract

The development of moral disengagement as affected by peer influence processes has been investigated in a sample of children and in a sample of early adolescents. Data were longitudinal (1 year). Bullying behavior and perceived popularity have been examines as possible moderators of the moral disengagement development over time.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSRA 2012 Biennal Meeting
PagesN/A
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventSRA 2012 Biennal Meeting - Vancouver
Duration: 8 Mar 201210 Mar 2012

Conference

ConferenceSRA 2012 Biennal Meeting
CityVancouver
Period8/3/1210/3/12

Keywords

  • bullying
  • moral disengagement
  • peer influence
  • peer relationships
  • perceived popularity
  • social status

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