Hildegunn Fandrem

Hildegunn Fandrem
University of Stavanger (UiS) · Norwegian Centre for Learning Environment and Behavioural Research in Education

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May 2009 - January 2014
University of Stavanger (UiS)
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  • Professor (Assistant)

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The backdrop for this chapter is the assumption that both non-immigrant and immigrant youth, and first-generation immigrants in particular, experience some new cultural, social, and psychological conditions because of acculturative processes (Berry, 1997), and that acculturation affects their peer relations and bullying behavior in particular. This...
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Bullying between peers is a well-known fact and during the last 20 years there has been considerable research on this topic. A topic that has received much less attention is bullying by teachers towards students. This article aims to review the research literature that exists on this important topic. The review covers articles about teacher bullyin...
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Hvordan kan man skape en bedre skole for en mangfoldig elevgruppe? Denne boka bidrar med flerfaglige perspektiver på dette spørsmålet. Bokas utgangspunkt er at elevmangfoldet, som gjør seg gjeldene i alle fag og på tvers av fag i skolehverdagen, er både en realitet, en ressurs og en utfordring. De ulike kapitlene i boka bidrar til å forstå konsekve...
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Hvordan kan man skape en bedre skole for en mangfoldig elevgruppe? Denne boka bidrar med flerfaglige perspektiver på dette spørsmålet. Bokas utgangspunkt er at elevmangfoldet, som gjør seg gjeldene i alle fag og på tvers av fag i skolehverdagen, er både en realitet, en ressurs og en utfordring. De ulike kapitlene i boka bidrar til å forstå konsekve...
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The present study investigated the extent to which moral disengagement and the tendency to consider moral rules as socio-conventional rules are distinct dimensions of morality, and their association with three different forms of participation in bullying (perpetrating bullying, defending the victim and passive bystander behavior). These two types o...
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The aim of this study was to investigate upper secondary teachers’ experiences of promoting belonging and engagement in culturally diverse classrooms. The selected teachers in this study were employed in two upper secondary schools and had substantial experience in teaching in culturally diverse classes. They participated in focus group interviews...
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This study aims at investigating parental involvement in bullying cases. Immigrant and non-immigrant parents are compared regarding their experience and understanding of causes of the bullying behaviour that their child is exposed to, how they experience the school’s handling of the bullying case, the home-school cooperation, and parents’ cooperati...
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The aim of this paper was to investigate structural aspects of inclusion of immigrant students in Norwegian multicultural schools and, more specifically, their experiences of introductory classes and other segregated efforts. Due to their need for Norwegian language education, newly arrived immigrant students are not necessarily physically integrat...
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Dropout from upper secondary education is a persistent educational problem, particularly among first-generation immigrant youth. This study examined factors associated with intentions to dropout to gain further insight into the process of leaving upper secondary education. The analyses of 1299 Norwegian first-year upper secondary school students’ (...
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This article investigates symptoms of post-traumatic stress in victims of long lasting cases of traditional and/or cyber victimization. The article presents findings from semi structured interviews with nine victims; eight girls and one boy, five Norwegian and four Irish—who had experienced either traditional or both traditional and cyber bullying....
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The aim of this study was to investigate how different indicators of inclusion were experienced and emphasized in multicultural classrooms in Norway. More specifically, we investigated how belonging, trust, safety, friendship, participation, and shared collaborative activities were described by pupils and their class teachers and how diversity was...
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Objective This study explores the differences in the association between three different types of aggression (reactive aggression, power-related proactive aggression and affiliation-related proactive aggression), with emotional and conduct problems between early adolescents with immigrant and non-immigrant background in Norway. Methods The sample...
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A growing body of research shows a correlation between an authoritative school climate and lower levels of bullying. One objective of this study is to conceptualize authoritative intervention in bullying cases. A second goal is to explore whether, and how, the pupils, having experienced traditional and /or cyber victimization, perceive that the cla...
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First, in this article previous research on the issue of friendship during adolescence is reviewed regarding cultural variations in the understanding of differentiating between individualistic and collectivistic cultures. The main theme is then to raise issues that may question the importance and appropriateness of differentiating cultural variatio...
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Previous studies show an association between traditional and cyber victimization. However, there seem to be differences in how these forms of being bullied relates to emotional problems in the victims. Few studies focus on symptoms of general anxiety and depression as separate variables when comparing traditional and cyber victimization. Self-asses...
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This study (1) compared the overall levels of aggressive behaviour and bullying others and (2) investigated the predictive power of two underlying motives – reactive aggression and the need for peer acceptance and affiliation – between non-immigrant and immigrant youth living in two European countries. In Austria, data on aggressive behaviour was a...
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Despite the rapid increase in immigration all over Europe and concerns expressed for the adjustment of immigrant children and young people, studies on peer victimisation among them are scarce. By combining the predictions of the acculturative stress model with the social–ecological perspective of peer victimisation, this study compared different fo...
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The paper will focus on methodological challenges in an immigrant study in Norway. The study investigates psychological and sociocultural adaptation among adolescents in Norway with immigrant background compared to natives in Norway. More specifically depressive symptoms and bullying were studies i relation to different variables. First, problems c...
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Strohmeier, D., Fandrem, H., Stefanek, E. & Spiel, C. (2012). The goal to be accepted by friends as underlying function of overt aggressive behaviour in immigrant adolescents. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 53, 80–88. This study investigated (1) to what extent the goal to be accepted by friends is an underlying function of overt aggressive beha...
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The present study compared native Austrian, first and second generation immigrant adolescents regarding their level of depressive symptoms, critical live events, and daily hassles. Furthermore, the associations between these constructs were tested in the three groups. The sample comprised 330 native Austrian (52.1% girls), 120 first generation immi...
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This study (1) investigated the extent to which native Norwegian and immigrant girls and boys bully others and (2) examined peer groups to find out with whom pupils affiliate with when bullying others. Furthermore, the study explored whether immigrant boys, more than native Norwegian boys, were carrying out bullying together with others. To identif...
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This study compares levels of bullying others, victimization, and aggressiveness in native Norwegian and immigrant adolescents living in Norway and shows how bullying is related to proactive and reactive aggressiveness. The sample consists of 2,938 native Norwegians (1,521 girls, 1,417 boys) and 189 immigrant adolescents (97 girls, 92 boys) in scho...
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The study investigates depressive symptoms among 3,431 adolescents aged 13–15years. The sample comprises both native Norwegian and immigrant adolescents living in Norway. The main finding of the study is that the level of depressive symptoms is significantly higher among the immigrant adolescents than their Norwegian counterparts. When analysed sep...

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