Bullying Experiences - Frequency (Primary)

Past research has shown that systematised approaches to questionnaires on bullying result in fewer missing data points, and less variable overall scores when compared to paper-and-pencil questionnaire administration . Furthermore, a systematised approach will allow children to have secure access to the questionnaires, and can go some way to ensuring children feel that their responses are being treated confidentially. It is important to validly measure bullying experiences AND bullying behaviour. Children who report experiencing bullying, are also more likely to report emotional and behavioural problems, whereas children who reported engaging in bullying behaviour are more likely to report behavioural problems (not emotional problems). This survey looks at the frequency of bullying experiences for primary school students

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Bullying Experiences - Frequency (Primary)

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