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Respect And Disipline Essay

1305 words - 6 pages

QUESTIONNAIRE
1) Gender – Male Female

2) Which Age group do you belong to?

* 14-17
* 17-20
* 20-23
* 23+

3) To which rank do you belong?
* Patrol leader
* Scouts master
* Venture scout

4) How long have you been in this scout group?
* 1-2 years
* 3-4 years
* 5-6 years
* 7+

5) Is there a structure to this group?
* Yes
* No

6) Does this group have any specific objectives laid out?
* Yes
* No

7) Does this group have any laws you have to abide by?
* Yes
* No

8) Does this group take part in events in the community?
* Yes
* No
9) Does the scout group need new ...view middle of the document...

Graph 2 above showing the age group they belong to.

Graph 3 above showing which rank to which they belong.

Graph 4 above showing how long they have been in the scout group.

Graph 5 above showing if there is a structure in the scout group.

Graph 6 above showing if the group has any objectives laid out.

Graph 7 showing if the group has laws to abide by.

Graph 8 above showing if the group takes part in events in the community.

Graph 9 above showing if the group needs new programs.

Graph 10 above showing if the group faces any problems.

Graph 11 above showing if the problem affects the scout group.

Graph 12 above showing if programs and policies are effective in the scout group.

Graph 13 above showing if the scout group needs new programs to be implemented.

Graph 14 above showing how effective is the scout group.

Graph 15 above showing how relevant is the scout movement to the youths in the area.

ANALYSIS OF DATA
Through this research it was discovered that the majority 60% of scouts joined the group at the age of 14-17 years, whereas 20% of the group has an age of 17-20 years. The minority 10% of the group age is between 20-23 and 10% of the group age is 23+. Data shows that the entire 100% of the scout group 50% male 50% female answered the questionnaire. It was seen that the majority of the respondents 80% said that No this group has no group structure whereas the minority 20% said that yes this group has a group structure.
Data collected shows that the majority 80% of the group Venture Scout whereas the minority 10% each are Scout Masters and Patrol Leaders. The majority 60% of the people have been in the scout group 3-4 years whereas 20% have been in the scout group 9-6 years. The minority of the...

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