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Research Article

Predicting School Bullying Victimization: Focusing on Individual and School Environmental/Security Factors

Table 2

Descriptive statistics (N = 12,987).

Variables %MeanSDMinMaxMissing
%

Bullying victimization 11,95092.021,0377.98
 0: none 8,04467.31
 1: physical bullying 3392.84
 2: emotional bullying2,05317.18
 3: physical and emotional bullying1,51412.67
School characteristics
 Security guards (1: yes)8,47170.429577.37
 Locked doors (1: yes)6,92461.151,66412.81
 Security cameras (1: yes)7,36670.202,49419.20
 Fairness of school rules 9.211.503.0012.001,0558.12
 Awareness of school rules3.20.591.004.009637.42
 Awareness of punishments3.05.621.004.009957.66
 Gangs at school (1: yes)2,79826.852,56419.74
 Guns at school (1: yes)6435.411,1008.47
 Students misbehaving2.47.941.004.009917.63
 Teachers’ punishment2.71.861.004.001,0207.85
 Type of school (1: private)9898.188896.85
 School location (1: urban)9,80875.5200
Individual/demographic characteristics
 Skipping classes (1: yes)8266.921,0528.10
 Fighting last 6 months (1: yes)7135.939707.47
 Teacher-student relationship6.411.062.008.009887.61
 Extracurricular activities (1: yes)8,06666.889277.14
 GPA (5: As)4.10.841.005.001,1538.88
 Age14.831.9012.0018.0000
 Race (1: nonwhite)2,62820.2400
 Ethnicity (1: hispanic)2,30817.8023.18
 Sex (1: males)6,60550.8600
 Year 00
  0: 20056,83352.61
  1: 20076,15447.39

Note: cumulative frequency may not be equal to the sample size ( = 12,987) due to missing values.
%: valid percent.

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