The Effects of Workplace Bullying on Chinese Children’s Health, Behaviors and School Adjustment via Parenting: A Longitudinal Study

    Project: Research project

    Project Details


    The overall aim of this study is to examine how the physical health, psychological well-being, school adjustment and problem behaviors of children whose parents are victims of workplace bullying may be related to the impact that workplace bullying has on parenting practices. The proposed study is a quantitative research using a 2-year longitudinal design. Data will be collected from class teachers, employed Chinese parents whose children are studying in primary schools in Hong Kong, and their children. To ensure that the sampling is representative, one primary school will be recruited from each district. A total of 18 primary schools will be invited to join the study.

    Funding Source: RGC - Early Career Scheme (ECS)
    Effective start/end date01/01/1731/12/19


    • workplace bullying, child health, academic adjustment, family processes, longitudinal study


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