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The hypotheses were as follow: First, popular children will show lower stress level than isolated children. Second, there will be differences in stress level between popular children and isolated children by sex. Third, there will be differences in stress coping behaviors between popular children and isolated children. Fourth, there will be differences in stress coping behaviors between popular children and isolated children by sex.
The subjects were 958 children (493 boys , 465 girls) who were chosen randomly among the 6th graders of the elementary schools in Suwon, Kun-po, Seoul, In-cheon. The used measurements were the sociometric scale, the stress scale, and the stress coping behaviors scale. Based on the results of sociometric scale the children were grouped into the two groups; the popular one(166) for the children who belonged to the upper 15% of the total scores and the isolated one(176) for the children who belonged to the lower 15% of the total scores.
The major results of this study were as follows: First, popular children showed significantly lower stress than isolated children in the total stress and stress sub-domains. Second, among popular children girls showed significantly higher stress than boys in total stress and stress sub-domains.
However, among isolated children there were no differences in stress by sex. Third, there were no significant differences in stress coping behaviors between popular children group and isolated children group. Fourth, there were significant differences between popular children and isolated children by sex; girls showed more various stress coping behaviors than boys in popular group and isolated group.
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