Influence of Parental Rearing Patterns on School Bullying Behavior of Junior High School Students

Abstract

Bullying, as an aggressive behavior, has become a common phenomenon among junior high school students. The occurrence of bullying behavior can have a serious negative impact on the mental health of junior high school students. Some students even suffer from psychological problems such as depression and anxiety. Many research results at home and abroad show that personality is an important factor affecting bullying behavior. In this case, this study explores the impact of parental rearing patterns on school bullying behavior. Improving the parenting styles of junior high school students and their parenting level has become an practicable practical approach to prevent the problem of school bullying.