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Victim blaming and perpetrator blaming by bystanders to cyberbullying: The separate effects of subordinate concepts of belief in a just world
creator
Nonaka, Ryo
subject
belief in a just world
victim blaming
perpetrator blaming
cyberbullying
bystander
abstract
Previous research has shown that belief in a just world (BJW) is associated with victim blaming at a crime scene. We investigated the effects of two subordinate concepts of BJW—belief in immanent justice (BIJ) and belief in ultimate justice (BUJ)—on victim and perpetrator blaming in cyberbullying in two studies. In both studies, university students responded to a Multidimensional Belief in a Just World Scale (i.e., BIJ and BUJ), and then, one week later, they evaluated a victim and perpetrators in a hypothetical scenario in which a high school student is bullied by his/her classmates online. In both studies, participants who considered the scenario cyberbullying blamed the victim less and blamed the perpetrators more than those who did not believe it was cyberbullying. Of the participants from the second study who considered the scenario cyberbullying, structural equation modeling analysis revealed that BIJ endorsement led to perpetrators blaming, whereas BUJ endorsement led to psychological dissociation from the victim. These results indicate that there can be different relationships between the two types of BJW and just-world maintenance strategies when cyberbullying occurs.
description
本論文は広島大学教育学部に提出した令和元年度卒業論文をもとに執筆したものである。研究の一部は中国四国心理学会第75回大会学部生研究発表会において報告した。
journal title
Hiroshima Psychological Research
issue
Issue 20
start page
33
end page
48
date of issued
2021-03-31
publisher
広島大学大学院人間社会科学研究科心理学講座
issn
1347-1619
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language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
DCMI type
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application/pdf
text version
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department
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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