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What is the self report questionnaire?
A questionnaire that asks students to report their own personal feelings and experiences of bullying
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Give an example of a SRQ
Youth Self Report by Ivansson, Avidsson and Broberg (2005). Good for internalising and externalising measures
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Name 2 advantages of SRQ
Barker, Pistrang and Elliot (2005) Direct opinions and access to phenomenological data
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Name 3 disadvantages of SRQ
people aren't always truthful, data is idiosyncratic, difficult to generalise and apply to more than one experiences, psychoanalysts stress the limits of a persons self-conscious knowledge, Baly and Cornell (2009) overreport victimization
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What are Peer nominations?
Phillips and Cornell (2012) assesses sociometric status through through ranking their peers through the valuable of interest
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What makes PN good?
Provide an accurate measure of victimization that can't usually be directly observed by teachers
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Advantages of PN
Pelligrini (2001) Positive correlation between PN and diaries/self-report. Explores hidden victimization
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Disadvantages of PN
Branson and Cornell (2009) children struggle to understand the broad and complex definition of bullying, makes it hard to apply to who is/isn't a bully
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Disadvantages of PN
Phillips and Cornell (2012) negative correlation between teachers assessment of aggression and peer nominations
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What is an Observation?
Kawulich (2005) witnessing targets and their behaviour in a social environment
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What are advantages of observations?
Kawulich (2005) rich data, unexpected situations, natural environment
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Give a type of observation?
Hawkins, Pepler and Craig (2001) naturalistic, interactions on the playground may clarify factors related to bullying
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Disadvantages
Schensul, Schensul and LeCompte (1999) observations are filtered through our interpretivistic framework and best quality observations need theoretical support
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Disadvantages
Demunct and Sobo (1998) different researchers will interpret things differently
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Disadvantages
Johnson and Sackett (1998) not representative of a whole event
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