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The mitigating role of ecological health assets in adolescent cyberbullying victimization
Over the last decade, cyberbullying has emerged as a public health concern among young people. Cyberbullying refers to intentional harmful behaviors and communication carried out repeatedly using electronic media. Considerable ...
The role of school-based health education in adolescent spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
Background: The broad nature of young people’s development is internationally acknowledged, which includes physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social elements. In England, schools have a legal obligation to promote ...
Association Between Experiencing Relational Bullying and Adolescent Health Related Quality of Life
BACKGROUND Bullying is a public health concern for the school-aged population, however, the health outcomes associated with the subtype of relational bullying are less understood. The purpose of this study was to examine ...
Self-harm in Adolescence: Protective Health Assets in the Family, School and Community
Objectives and main purpose: The aim of this paper was to examine if the multiple environments of the adolescent including family, peers, school and neighbourhood might function as protective health assets against self-harming ...
Video gaming in adolescence : factors associated with leisure time use
The geographies of the current generation of young people are markedly distinct from previous generations by virtue of their access to a virtual playground. The vast majority of young people now engage in video gaming as ...
HBSC England National Report: Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) : World Health Organization Collaborative Cross National Study
(University of Hertfordshire, 2015-10-15)
Findings from the 2014 HBSC study for England
Associations between physical activity in adolescence and health behaviours, well-being, family and social relations.
Across Europe and North America, few young people meet the recommended levels of physical activity (PA) of 1 hour of moderate to vigorous PA per day. However, the lives of young people cannot simply be polarised as either ...