Questionnaire results


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Questionnaire results

  1. 1. QUESTIONNAIRE Tayler Davies-Lewis
  2. 2. Introduction As a group we created a questionnaire of around 14 questions which we handed out to 40 students aged from 16-18. We asked a range of questions where we could get qualitative and quantative data. From these results we were able to see what they thought bullying was, whether they had heard of the beatbullying organisation and if they had used the website. We also asked more personal questions for example if they had ever been bullied so we could get examples of storylines for our production.
  3. 3. How old are you? And what gender are you? What age are you? What Gender Are You? 16 17 Female 18 19 We asked teenagers between the age of 16-19 to fill out our questionnaires and from our results we can tell that the majority of our audience are 16 and 17 year olds. It confirmed that are target audience are teenagers. Male We asked both genders to fill out our questionnaires as we are aiming at both genders as both can be affected by bullying. Even though we got more response from males we will still be aiming at both genders.
  4. 4. What town do you live in? What town do you live in? Dunstable Luton Houghton Regis Other We asked people from Bedfordshire to fill out our questionnaires as it is our local area. The majority of people we asked were from Dunstable. From this we can tell that we will be aiming our campaign at the local community as well as nationally if we share it on the internet.
  5. 5. How would you define bullying? ‘Constantly picking on a specific person’ ‘Constant abuse whether physically, verbally, mentally or through the internet’ ‘Going out of your way to constantly harm another person mentally or physically’ ‘Constant abuse’ ‘constantly harassing someone’ On our questionnaires we asked people if they could define bullying. On the left is some of the best definitions we received. For example ‘going out of your way to constantly harm another person’ which is what bullying can be seen as. From our results we can see that lots of people have different ways of defining bullying so in our campaign we could give a definition for the different types of bullying to make it clear for people.
  6. 6. Have you ever been bullied or know of anyone that has been bullied. If yes could you tell us what happened. ‘I was bullied for four years through the internet and verbally in middle school’ ‘people were racist’ ‘They were picked on because of their size’ ‘I got called names due to my race’ ‘A friend was criticised for her appearance and weight so much that she wanted to kill herself’ We asked people if they had ever been bullied previously of knew of anyone that had been bullied. From this we found out that a lot of people had been bullied and we could use similar storylines in our production to make it as realistic as possible so it gets attention and is interesting.
  7. 7. Where would you go if you were being bullied? ‘Home’ ‘Family’ ‘Friends’ ‘Teachers’ ‘School’ We asked them if they knew of anywhere to go if they were being bullied. A lot of them said they would talk to their parents, friends and teachers. However no one mentioned using any mentoring programmes on websites. So in our campaign we would mention websites and helplines that they could use to help them if they were being bullied.
  8. 8. What are some of the reasons you think people get bullied? Sexual Orientation Appearance Race Religion All of the above We wanted to know what the people filling out our questionnaires thought were the reasons some people get bullied. If we knew what they were then we could address these in our advertising campaign. The majority of people said that all the reasons we had listed were why people get bullied. Now we know this we could try and address these issues in our antibullying campaign.
  9. 9. What is your media preference? TV Internet Magazines Newspaper We asked the people filling out our questionnaires what their media preference is so that we would know where to advertise our campaign. Over half of them said they use the internet so we could advertise it on social networking sites which is what most teenagers use. Also the other people said they use the TV so we could think about advertising it on the TV if it was possible.
  10. 10. Have you seen any anti-bullying adverts? Did anything stand out? Yes No ‘Very effective’ ‘More serious than I thought and happens to lots of people’ ‘They stand out when you see how the person has been effected’ ‘Personal stories’ Strong and graphic’ When asked if they had seen any anti-bullying adverts before just under ¾ of them said yes but over a quarter said no. We want to advertise ours so that everyone can view it. We asked the people that had said yes if anything stood out in any of the ones they had seen before. They said that they ‘stand out when you see how the person has been effected’ and the ‘personal stories’ stood out. These techniques have clearly worked so we could try to include some of these in ours so it stands out and gets recognition.
  11. 11. What would you like to see in an antibullying advert? ‘Show clips of the different aspects of bullying’ ‘Helpline details and advice’ ‘More realistic’ ‘Definition of bullying’ ‘The effects bullying has on the victim’ ‘Real life victims instead of actors all the time’ ‘Shock value (more convincing)’ ‘What it can lead people to do’ ‘Personal stories’ We asked the people filling out the questionnaires what they would like to see in an anti-bullying advertisement so that we can appeal to our target audience. They said they would like to see ‘personal stories’, ‘shock value’, ‘helplines’, ‘advice’ and a ‘definition of bullying’. As the people filling out the questionnaire were our target audience we are going to try and include the majority of these features so that we can appeal to them and stand out.
  12. 12. Have you ever heard of the beatbullying organisation? If yes, have you ever used their website? Everyone replied with no when asked if they had ever used the beatbullying website. Yes No Most of the people asked said they had never heard of the beatbullying organisation and no one had ever tried to use their website. As this is the organisation we are focusing on we want to try and get them more recognition. We want to advertise the organisation and bring them to the publics attention. Therefore people being bullied can see how beatbullying can help them and people can get involved and help them stop bullying.