Student School Survey

Student School Survey
Williams & Guerra‚ 2007
© 2007 The Colorado Trust
مطالعه دانش آموزان
MY SCHOOL Think about how strongly you disagree or agree with the following statements about your school.
Mark the answer that best shows us what you feel based on your experience since this past year.
1. Students in my school can be trusted.
2. Students in my school generally get along with each other.
3. Students in my school generally feel the same way about things.
4. Teachers and staff in my school can be trusted.
5. Teachers and staff in my school usually get along with students.
6. Teachers and staff in my school generally feel the same way about things.
7. This is a pretty close-knit school where everyone looks out for each other.
8. My teachers respect me.
9. My teachers are fair.
10. Teachers in my school are nice people.
11. When students break rules at my school‚ they are treated fairly.
12. The principal asks students about their ideas at my school.
13. My school is a good place to be.
14. I feel like I belong at my school.
15. My school is important to me.
16. Teachers and staff at my school are doing the right things to prevent bullying.
HOW BIG A PROBLEM Think about whether the following things are problems at your school. Mark the answer that shows how big of a problem you think they have been since this past year.
17. Students picking fights with other students.
18. Students who push‚ shove‚ or trip weaker students.
19. Students who hurt or threaten to hurt teachers or adults at school.
20. Students teasing‚ spreading rumors and lies‚ or saying mean things to other students.
21. Students saying mean things about teachers to make them feel bad.
22. Students telling lies or making fun of other students using the Internet (email‚ instant messaging‚ cell phone text messaging‚ or websites).
GETTING ALONG WITH OTHERS Think about how many times each of the following things has happened in over the past year. Mark how often these things have happened since this past year.
23. I pushed‚ shoved‚ tripped‚ or picked fights with students who I know are weaker than me.
24. I teased or said mean things to certain students.
25. I spread rumors about some students.
26. I told lies or made fun of some students using the Internet (email‚ instant messaging‚ cell phone text messaging‚ or websites).
27. I encouraged students to push‚ shove‚ or trip weaker students.
28. I cheered when someone was beating up another student.
29. I joined in when students were teasing and being mean to certain students.
30. I joined in when students told lies about other students.
31. I stood by and watched other students getting hit‚ pushed‚ shoved‚ or tripped.
32. I ignored rumors or lies that I heard about other students.
33. I tried to defend the students who always get pushed or shoved around.
34. I asked an adult to help someone who was getting teased‚ pushed‚ or shoved around by other students.
Now‚ think about things that might have happened to you.
35. A particular student or group of students pushed‚ shoved‚ tripped‚ or picked fights with me.
36. A particular student or group of students teased and said mean things to me.
37. A particular student or group of students spread rumors or made fun of me.
38. A student or group of students told lies or made fun of me using the Internet (email‚ instant messaging‚ cell phone text messaging‚ or websites).
ABOUT ME AND OTHERS Now‚ think about students your age (not just your closest friends) since this past year.
Mark how true each of the following statements are for you.
39. Really care about what happens to me.
40. Are there for me whenever I need help.
41. Can be trusted a lot.
42. Care about my feelings.
43. Only think about themselves.
44. Think bad things about me.
ABOUT ME AND OTHERS Now‚ think about your opinion of yourself since this past year. Mark whether or not you agree or disagree with each of the statements below.
45. I feel I am just as good as other students.
46. I feel there are lots of good things about me.
47. All in all‚ I feel like a failure.
48. I am able to do things as well as most other people.
49. I feel I do not have much to be proud of.
50. I take a positive attitude toward myself.
51. I wish I could have more respect for myself.
52. I certainly feel useless at times.
WRONG AND RIGHT Now think about whether the following actions are WRONG or OK for students your age based on your experience since this past year. Mark whether you think the actions are really wrong‚ sort of wrong‚ sort of OK‚ or perfectly OK.
Is it Wrong or OK when …:
53. Students tease weaker students in front of others.
54. Students spread rumors and lies about other students behind their back.
55. Students tell lies or make fun of less popular students using the Internet (email‚ instant messaging‚ cell phone text messaging‚ or websites).
56. Students push‚ shove‚ or pick fights with weaker students.
57. Students encourage others to fight weaker students and cheer them on.
58. Students encourage others to be mean and spread lies about less popular students.
59. Students ignore it when someone weaker is being pushed around.
60. Students defend others who are being shoved around by stronger students.
61. Students go to the teacher or an adult for help when someone is getting beaten up.
62. Students go to the teacher or an adult for help when others are spreading rumors and lies about someone.
SITUATIONS Think about what most STUDENTS in your SCHOOL would do in the following situations since this past year. Could MOST STUDENTS IN YOUR SCHOOL be counted on to stop what is happening?
STUDENTS in your school would help out if:
63. A student is making fun of and teasing another student who is obviously weaker.
64. A student is spreading rumors and lies about another student behind their back.
65. A student in my school is telling lies or making fun of another student who gets picked on a lot using the Internet (email‚ instant messaging‚ cell phone text messaging‚ or websites).
66. A student or group of students is pushing‚ shoving‚ or trying to pick a fight with a weaker student.
SITUATIONS Now think about what TEACHERS and STAFF at school would do in the following situations since this past year. Could TEACHERS AND STAFF AT YOUR SCHOOL be counted on to stop what is happening?
TEACHERS and STAFF in your school would help out if:
67. A student is making fun of and teasing another student who is obviously weaker.
68. A student is spreading rumors and lies about another student behind their back.
69. A student in your school is telling lies or making fun of another student who gets picked on a lot using the Internet (email‚ instant messaging‚ cell phone text messaging‚ or websites).
70. A student or group of students is pushing‚ shoving‚ or trying to pick a fight with a weaker student.
First Name_________________________________ Last Name_________________________________________
School Name_________________________________
How old are you?  10-12  13-15  16-18  19 or older
Which of the following do you most closely identify as your religious affiliation or preference?
 White  Hispanic/Latino  African American  Native American  Asian/Pacific Islander  Bi-racial  Multi-racial Other________________________________
What grade are you in?  5th  6th  7th  8th  9th  10th  11th  12th
Are you a …?  Male  Female
How many BROTHERS do you have?  None(0)  One(1)  Two(2)  More than two
How many SISTERS do you have?  None(0)  One(1)  Two(2)  More than two
Where are you in the birth order?  Only Child  Oldest  Second Oldest  Third or younger
Were you born in the United States?  Yes  No
اعتبار : آلفا کرونباخ
 Bully perpetration = 0.73
Moral approval of bullying = 0.93
Social cohesion and trust = 0.84
Perceived peer support = 0.79
شرح
این مقیاس فراوانی ارتکاب زورگویی، رفتار قربانی کردن و ناظر بودن، پیوستگی اجتماعی، ادراک از پشتیبانی همسالان، خودپنداره ، نگرش وابسته به زورگویی و کنترل اجتماعی رسمی را می سنجد .
کلید واژه
  • Bully perpetration
  • Social cohesion
نشانی دسترسی
This instrument can be found on pages 106-109 of Measuring Bullying Victimization‚ Perpetration‚ and BystanderExperiences:A Compendium of Assessment Tools‚ available online at: http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/bullycompendiumbk-a.pdf
رده سنی : گروه سنی 10-17 سال
اجرا و نمره گذاری:
Points are assigned as follows:
For items 1 to 16:
Really Disagree‚ Disagree‚ Agree‚ Really Agree‚ Pass
For items 17 to 22:
How much of a problem is: A Huge Problem‚ A Pretty Big Problem‚ Sort of a Problem‚ Not at All‚ Pass
For items 23 to 38:
A Lot‚ Several Times‚ Once or Twice‚ Never‚ Pass
For items 39 to 44:
Students my age: No/ Not‚ at All‚ A Little‚ Pretty Much‚ Yes/ Completely‚ Pass
For items 45 to 52:
Really Disagree‚ Disagree‚ Agree‚ Really Agree‚ Pass
For items 53 to 62:
Really Wrong‚ Sort of Wrong‚ Sort of OK‚ Perfectly OK‚ Pass
For items 63 to 70:
Never‚ Sometimes‚ Most of the Time‚ Always‚ Pass
Individual Scales
Social cohesion and trust: Items 1–7
School climate: Items 8–16
Perceived problem of bullying at school: Items 17–22
Bully perpetration: Items 23–26
Bully bystander behavior: Items 27–34
Bully victimization: Items 35–38
Perceived peer support: Items 39–44
Self-esteem: Items 45–52
Moral approval of bullying: Items 53–62
Informal social control: Items 63–70
منبع
Williams‚ K. R.‚ & Guerra‚ N. G. (2007). Prevalence and predictors of internet bullying. Journal of Adolescent Health‚ 41‚ s14–s21.
Developer’s Contact Information
Kirk R. Williams and Nancy G. Guerra in collaboration with The Colorado Trust
The Colorado Trust
1600 Sherman Street
Denver‚ CO 80203
Tel: 303-837-1200 or 888-847-9140 (toll-free)
www.coloradotrust.org
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خرداد 1396
اسفند 1395
آبان 1395
فروردین 1394
خرداد 1393
فروردین 1393
اسفند 1392
بهمن 1392
دی 1390
آذر 1390
تیر 1390
خرداد 1390
اردیبهشت 1390
بهمن 1389
دی 1389
اردیبهشت 1389
دی 1388
آبان 1388
شهریور 1388
مرداد 1388
تیر 1388
خرداد 1388
   
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