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Title: School staff members knowledge of victimization, detection and reporting
Author: Greco, Ana Martina
Guilera Ferré, Georgina
Pereda Beltran, Noemí
Keywords: Infants maltractats
Adolescents maltractats
Abused children
Abused teenagers
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2019
Abstract: Raw data from the study “School staff members knowledge of victimization, detection and reporting”. The study is centered in analyzing the level of knowledge of school staff members of Barcelona city of victimization, its detection and its reporting. Knowledge in this areas is measured through thirty statements to classify as true or false. The statements are coded as follows: F1 to F10: Statements about victimization F11 to F20: Statements about detection F21 to F30: Statements about reporting Correctly classified statements are coded with “1” and wrongly classified or unknown statements were coded as “0”. The data also includes variables of interest, such as self-perceived efficacy to detect sign in minors (“Scm”), self-perceived efficacy to detect signs in families (“Scf”), if the participant ever had a suspicions that a child under their care might be being victimized (“Detec”) and if the participant ever reported a potential victimization case outside the school (“Repor”). All these variables are coded as “1” if they were answered positively and “0” if they were answered negatively. The dataset also includes demographic variables, coded as follows: Sex (“Sex”): “0” mean “female” and “1” mean “male”. Role in school (“Role”): The first category (“0”) referred school staff who spent four hours or more in charge of the same group of children or adolescents, mainly kindergarten and elementary school teachers. The second category (“1”) included school staff members who spent less than four hours per day with the same group of students, like teachers of specific courses such as art, music, physical education, lunchtime or playground monitors. The last category (“2”) comprised staff such as head teachers, special education teachers or school psychologists who were not in charge of groups of children or adolescents but encountered them individually. School level in which the participant was working (“Level”): First category (“0”) included staff working in kindergarten or elementary school, second category (“1”) grouped staff working in middle or high school and the third category (“2”) referred to staff working in both levels. Results showed lower levels of knowledge in the reporting sections and significant relationship with detection and reporting experiences.
Note: Full protocol can be found in Spanish in the following link: Or in Catalan, here:
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