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<i>Cyber-Bullying</i> Summary
Generated Jan 12, 2011 by scsurvey

A recent survey asked respondents whether or not schools should be able to check students' cell phones for evidence of cyber-bullying. It also asked if schools should be able to punish for bullying that takes place outside of school.

This bar plot shows that a small majority of respondents feel that schools should not be able to check students' cell phones for evidence of cyber-bullying.  There is not a significant difference in the opinions of males and females.

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This bar plot shows that the question asking whether or not schools can punish students for off-campus bullying divided respondents almost evenly.  Again, there is not a significant difference in the opinions of males and females.

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Check out the original survey here:

http://statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=1078&code=ZIXRK&groupid=256

Check out the data that were collected here:

http://statcrunch.com/5.0/index.php?dataid=472454

 

Result 1: Bar plot of whether or not schools should be able to search student cell phones, grouped by gender   [Info]
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Result 2: Bar plot of whether of not schools should be able to punish students for bullying off-campus, group   [Info]
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