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Role of Technology in Youth Harassment Victimization

1. Some experts suggest that the anonymity of technology encourages bad behavior because people are not face-to-face with their targets and that, perhaps, online perpetrators have no accountability, so they engage in rude or harassing behavior when they would not typically have done so in person.

A. True

B. False


2. Youth who are harassed online by _____ are significantly more likely to report distress because of the experience.

A. Siblings

B. Peers

C. Adults

D. Ex-boyfriends / ex-girlfriends


3. Youth reporting _____ harassment incidents were significantly younger than those in the other two categories.

A. In-person-only

B. Technology only

C. Mixed

D. There were no significant differences between the harassment categories


4. Which characteristic emerged across groups as being significant?

A. Race and/or ethnicity

B. Family structure

C. Socioeconomic status

D. No significant differences emerged across groups pertaining to the above characteristics


5. The average total emotional impact score was lowest for _____ incidents.

A. In-person-only

B. Technology only

C. Mixed

D. There were no significant differences between the harassment categories


6. Which incidents produced the highest negative emotional impact?

A. In-person-only

B. Technology only

C. Mixed

D. There were no significant differences between the harassment categories


7. Girls and Hispanic youth were more likely to report a negative emotional impact from harassment incidents.

A. True

B. False


8. The most common youth bystander reaction during harassment incidents were:

A. Supportive in nature

B. Avoiding the harasser

C. Negative in nature

D. Watching the harassment happen


9. All of the following specific types of victimization were more predictive of later mixed-harassment results, except:

A. Property crime incidents

B. Prior Internet victimization

C. Living with a non-biological parent

D. Exposure to community violence


10. Which of the following was the predominant type of technology used in mixed-harassment incidents?

A. Websites

B. Social networking pages

C. Prank-calling

D. Texting


11. Even after controlling for a wide range of possible aggravating factors, in-person-only harassment incidents remained significantly more distressing for youth.

A. True

B. False


12. All of the following types of emotional reactions were experienced most often from victims of mixed-harassment incidents, except for:

A. Anger

B. Fear

C. Sadness

D. Lack of trust


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