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Impact of Pupils' Self-esteem Upon Bullying at Primary Schools in AL Nassirrya City Centre

Author: MOHAMMAD FADHIL, DHEYAAKADHIMJABBAR, AHMED ABUDALLH.ABUD
Abstract: To assess impact of pupils' self-esteem uponbullying among primary school pupils at AL- Nasiriya City Center .Nonprobability (purposive) sample of 242Pupils in primary schools Precisely 5TH and 6TH grade diagnosed as bullying by the administers and teachers of a sample of 34 primary schools were selected systemic randomly from a total 160 schools at Thi-QarGovernorate in Al Nasiriya City Center Results of study showed that males between ages of 11 - 13 years are more involved in bullying, most of them in the fifth grade, and most of them come from nuclear families with limited monthly income and parents had low educational level. The results also showed that the overall bullying rate is low and self-esteem among students is moderate with significant relationship between bullying and selfesteem. Activating roles of psychologicaland social researcher in primary schools and conducting home visits to the families of students. Emphasizing the cooperation between the school administrations and the families of students to reduce this phenomenon, and doing additional lectures for students to introduce the phenomenon of bullying and methods of control.
Keyword: Self-esteem; Bullying; Primary school Pupils
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.01.036
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Impact Factor for five years is 1.55 (2012 - 2016)

Year 2011 - 2015 Impact Factor - 1.46 Total Publications - 326 Total Citations - 477