The Effect of School Violence Victimization Experience on Suicidal Behavior of College Students : The Moderating Effect of the Problem Drinking(AUDIT-K)


Myoungju Hwang

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Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the problem drinking status of college students, and to verify the effect of the experience of school violence victimization on the suicidal behavior of college students and the moderating effect of problem drinking in the process Method: In order to achieve the purpose of the study, 338 college students were surveyed online and data of 330 researchers were analyzed. Results: The main results of this study are as follows. First, when examining the problem drinking status of college students, 72.0%(236) of normal drinking group and 28.0% (92) of problem drinking group showed. Second, the experience of school violence victimization had a positively significant effect on suicide behavior. Third, problem drinking, a moderator variable, was found to have a significant positive effect on suicidal behavior. Fourth, it was found that experience of school violence affected the problem drinking in the process of positively affecting suicidal behavior. Based on these results, we suggest practical and policy implications for enhancing suicide problems of college students and improving mental health.


I. Introduction
Ⅱ. Method
A. Participants and Data Collection Method
B. Measurement of Variables
C. Statistical Analysis
Ⅲ. Results
A. Participants' Characteristics
B. Characteristic of the Main Variable
C. Verification of Research Model
Ⅳ. Conclusion and Discussion


  • Myoungju Hwang Dept. of Social Welfare, Kangwon National University


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