Personal Relationships, Violent Actions, Stress, and Violent Thoughts Between Japanese and American Students
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The purpose of the current study was to discover the relations between parental, teachers, and peer relationships, as well as violent actions, stress, and violent thoughts. Four groups of students participated in the survey, which included American junior high school students, American college students, Japanese junior high school students, and Japanese college students. As expected, American students reported stronger relationships with parents, teachers, and peers than Japanese students. Also as predicted, Japanese students had more stress and violent thoughts than American students. However, American students did not show more violent actions than Japanese students. Therefore, stress may lead to more violent thoughts, but stress does not necessary lead to violent actions.
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