Peer Aggression and Well-being Study Method and Participants

Grace Skrzypiec, Eleni Didaskalou

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Abstract

The Peer Aggression and Well-being (PAWB) study used a mixed method research design. Different educational systems and school practices are highlighted and participants and measuring instruments are described in this chapter. Researchers in each study location provided data on approximately 600 respondents that they deemed representative of middle-school students aged 11-16 years. Following translations and piloting, respondents completed the Student Aggression and Victimisation Questionnaire (SAVQ) (Skrzypiec, 2015), which was incorporated in the PAWB questionnaire booklet. The SAVQ contains 20 aggressive actions that may have been experienced by victims or perpetrated by aggressors. Students who affirmed such experiences self-reported the intended harm, power imbalance, frequency, relationship, and place where the experience occurred. Students’ resilience, global self-concept and subjective well-being, as well as demographics were also measured.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationA Global Perspective of Young Adolescents' Peer Aggression and Well-being
Subtitle of host publicationBeyond Bullying
EditorsGrace Skrzypiec, Mirella Wyra, Eleni Didaskalou
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter2
Pages23-39
Number of pages18
Edition1st
ISBN (Electronic)9780429426797
ISBN (Print)9781138386518
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 19 Jul 2019

Keywords

  • peer aggression
  • embedded mixed method
  • bullying
  • cultural values
  • anti-bullying

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    Skrzypiec, G., & Didaskalou, E. (2019). Peer Aggression and Well-being Study Method and Participants. In G. Skrzypiec, M. Wyra, & E. Didaskalou (Eds.), A Global Perspective of Young Adolescents' Peer Aggression and Well-being: Beyond Bullying (1st ed., pp. 23-39). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429426797-2