Agbaria, Qutaiba, and Wajeeh Daher. “School Violence among Arab Adolescents in Israel and Its Relation to Self-Control Skills and Social Support.” Psychological Reports (early view; online first).
In this paper, the author used a cross-sectional design to assess the association between the tendency toward school violence, on the one hand, and self-control, social support, and sex, on the other, among 148 Arab-Israeli adolescents in schools in northern Israel. Standard questionnaires on violence, self-control, and social support were administered. In line with expectations, self-reported violence was significantly associated with males, as well as low scores on self-control and social support.