Survey questions for dating violence
Study author and UBC’s School of Nursing director Elizabeth Saewyc, Ph. tells that the study results can tell us a lot about what society expects of teenage boys and how those expectations might hamper their ability to recognize a bad situation when they see it.
Forty-eight percent of students were female, fifty-two percent male.
The most recent Youth Risk Behavior Survey done by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for example, shows that 9.1 percent of girls experience physical dating violence compared with 6.5 percent of boys.
Saewyc notes that this trend might have remained hidden for so long because due a confluence of societal ideas about masculinity and some poorly written survey questions.
The link to the survey can be emailed to staff or provided in a staff meeting, the survey can be completed on mobile devices and should only take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
Core Survey Topic Examples: The parent survey is an anonymous, online school climate survey designed to assess the school climate from the perspective of parents.