Student perceptions of violence

summary of preliminary findings by Ryan, Colleen

Publisher: Central Toronto Youth Services in Toronto

Written in English
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  • School violence.,
  • Students -- Crimes against.,
  • Students -- Ontario -- Attitudes.

Edition Notes

StatementColleen Ryan, Fred Mathews, Jorhdin Banner.
ContributionsBanner, Jorhdin, 1953-, Mathews, Frederick, 1953-, Central Toronto Youth Services.
The Physical Object
Pagination124 p. :
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18468432M

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This study is the first to document optimistic bias among middle and high school students within the context of school violence. Findings from a survey of 1, students indicate that optimistic bias provides a good framework for understanding students' perceptions of school violence, suggesting a course of action to decrease bias in order to encourage students to take self-protective by: 5.

It begins by highlighting the detrimental effects of school violence, including student outcomes associated with school violence, disruption, and bullying. It then argues that a transdisciplinary, data-driven approach is needed to effectively address school Size: 69KB. Journals & Books; Help To investigate secondary school students' perceptions of violence in American public schools.

Methods: Subjects included public school students in grades 7 through A two-stage clustered and stratified (by grade level, region, and location) sample design was used to obtain the sample. Each student completed a Cited by: The researcher designed an instrument (Perception of Violence Questionnaire) to test students' levels of perceived violence in different scenarios within the school setting to determine what types of behaviors students would classify as extremely violent, more than a.

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According to the US Bureau of Justice Statistics, the overall violent victimization rate (eg, rape and assaults) decreased by 40% from to. that was experiencing increased student violence. The purpose of this case study was to explore teachers’ perceptions of school violence to increase the understanding of the problem at the study site.

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A total of 95 grade 7, 8, & 9 students (45 male, 50 female) From a City of Toronto junior high ochool cornpleted a questionnaire entitled "Student Perceptions and Experiences of Violence Questionnaire". Students of both sexes & al1 3.