Using Fuzzy Statistical Analysis to Investigate Students' Perception on Relational Bullying

Hui-Min Huang
February 2012
International Proceedings of Economics Development & Research;2012, Vol. 30, p111
Academic Journal
In order to manage and prevent bullying incidents at school, it is important to do researches about it. The research used fuzzy statistical methodology to investigate junior high students' perception on relational bullying. The purposes of the research have two: one is to investigate students' perception on relational bullying, and the other is to use scale which is designed about the forms of relational bullying to make the participants do further thinking. 32 junior high school students were asked to answer the scale. According to the fuzzy mode and the fuzzy expected value of the result, it showed that students have quite clear perception on relational bullying. The results of the research can provide a reference for the staffs of schools, especially for teachers of elementary and junior high schools. They can make students know more about what kinds of behavior belong to relational bullying. Hoping the research can help prevent school bullying and let students have more perception on it.


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