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A Study on Relation to Social Acceptance, Loneliness and School Belonging about Pupils in Guangzhou City

Author LiaoYuanDong
Tutor LiuYi
School Guangzhou University
Course Education
Keywords primary school pupil social acceptance loneliness school belonging
CLC G625.5
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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Schools as a "small community", there is a different social status groups. In order to have a better understanding of development issues and understanding in primary social groups, this study used peer nomination method, scales to collect data from pupils in the class social status, loneliness, school belonging and the relationship between three aspects of analysis and Mediating effect test. The results show that:1. Loneliness in grade differences. Second-year pupils’ loneliness, is followed by the fourth grade and sixth grade. The second grade is the highest loneliness and six grade is the lowest loneliness. Second grade and fourth and sixth grade were significant differences between the level of the fourth and sixth grades was no significant difference.2. School belonging to gender differences. Performance of sixth-grade girls scored significantly higher than boys, reached a significant level. The second and fourth grade, gender difference was not significant.3. Social acceptance of the effect on sense of belonging, the main sense of loneliness as an intermediary through indirect effects of variables achieved. Pupils in schools of social acceptance are higher, the stronger sense of belonging. Low loneliness has led to a strong sense of belongingBased on the above results, the groups of pupils to deal with social development strategies are provided:Low acceptance groups are concerned with love. Get into the hearts of pupils and eliminate their loneliness. Correct the interpersonal attitudes of low acceptance group. Learn how to correctly guide the interaction. Organize colorful activities to improve class cohesion and school belonging.

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