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Gender and Aggression in High School

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Gender & Aggression in High School
Social Relations
Collaborative
&
National Institute
of Justice
Year 1 Data from the School Safety Survey
MEN
Perpetrating Aggression
Male students (N = 197) reported in engaging in physical & verbal aggression more frequently than female students (N = 248) in the past 6 months.
WOMEN
MEN
Experiencing Aggression
Male students (N = 197) reported in experiencing physical & verbal aggression more frequently than female students (N = 248) in the past 6 months.
MEN
WOMEN
MEN
WOMEN
Linking Experiences
There were significant correlations between being a target of aggression and being an aggressor.  Meaning that the more one was a target, the more one was an aggressor (and vice versa). The higher the correlation, the potentially stronger the link.
Aggression Engaged in:
Correlations between being a victim and an aggressor
Results from Year One of the School Safety Survey conducted by the Social Relations Collaborative at Mississippi State University (www.socialrelationslab.com) and funded by the National Institute of Justice School Safety Initiative.