General Violence Questionnaire (Friend)


The General Violence Questionnaire is a 47-item instrument (Holtzworth-Munroe, Meehan, Stuart, Herron, & Rehman, 2000) assesses the presence of violence in social interactions with romantic partners, same-gender friends, opposite-gender friends, adult family members, acquaintances at work place, strangers and other acquaintances as being reported by a nominated friend.

Abstract

The Friend General Violence Questionnaire is a 47-item instrument designed to establish the Target Child’s presence of violence in social interactions, as reported by a friend. This measure was first added to the Fast Track Protocol in study year 19. The questionnaire asks a friend of the original Fast Track respondent about social interaction with romantic partners, same-gender friends, opposite-gender friends, adult family members, acquaintances at work place, and strangers and other acquaintances not included in the previous list. The questionnaire then measures frequencies of occurrence of violent acts (6 items).

The user is encouraged to test association between items and sample group. Also the user is encouraged to test for differences in means for variables measuring the total number of social relationships.

Dataset Names

Raw Dataset Name: FyB
Scored Dataset Name: FGVySFc

Keywords

social interaction, social relationships, violence in social interactions, violent acts, friend, peer, romantic partner