A three-year examination of victimisation and wellbeing correlates among children from low affluent areas
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World Anti-Bullying Forum
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Previous research has examined the associated correlates of victimisation among primary schoolchildren, with higher victimisation associated with lower physical and psychological well-being, negligible social support, unsupportive school environment, and depression. However, such research has focused on general primary school samples, with little specific focus on children from lower affluent areas. This research investigated victimisation, depression and health-related quality of life (HrQoL) across three years, among schools from lower affluent areas, designated under DEIS-Band 1.