University of Phoenix Material- Instructor: Mesha Mathis
Week 1 Practice Worksheet
Prepare a written response to the following questions.
1. Explain and give an example for each of the following types of variables:
Measurement where a number is assigned to represent something or someone else. An example of nominal could be credit card numbers, social security numbers, or zip codes.
Measurement that shows the order or rank of items. An example of ordinal could be ranking places in a contest, or test scores.
Measurements that do not have a true zero and are composed of equal units. An ...view middle of the document...
|Forms of Bullying |N |% |
|Electronic victims |41 |48.8 |
| |Text-message victim |27 |32.1 |
| |Internet victim (websites, chatrooms) |13 |15.5 |
| |Picture-phone victim |8 |9.5 |
|Traditional Victims |60 |71.4 |
| |Physical victim |38 |45.2 |
| |Teasing victim |50 |59.5 |
| |Rumors victim |32 |38.6 |
| |Exclusion victim |30 |50 |
|Electronic Bullies |18 |21.4 |
| |Text-message bully |18 |21.4 |
| |Internet bully |11 |13.1 |
|Traditional Bullies |54 |64.3 |
| |Physical bully |29 |34.5 |
| |Teasing bully |38 |45.2 |
| |Rumor bully |22 |26.2 |
| |Exclusion bully |35 |41.7 |
4. Kärnä and colleagues (2013) tested the effects of a new anti-bullying program, called KiVa, among students in grades 1–3 and grades 7–9 in 147 schools in Finland. The schools were randomly assigned to receive the new anti-bullying program or no program. At the beginning, middle, and end of the school year, all of the students completed a number of questionnaires, which included the following two questions: “How often have you been bullied at school in the...