BVQBully / Victim Questionnaire
BVQBeet Virus Q
BVQBlack Voices Quarterly (magazine)
BVQBedford Veterans Quarters (Caritas Communities, Inc.)
BVQBounded Variation Quantity (pattern analysis)
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Values and beliefs related to age (ANOVA) BVQ [13; 18] [19; 24] (n = 23) (n = 44) Reproduction 2.
The BVQ is made up of 18 specific values or markers (sexuality, success, social support, knowledge, emotion, power, affection, religiosity, health, pleasure, prestige, obedience, personal stability, belongingness, beauty, tradition, survival, and maturity), representing six valorative sub-functions: excitement (emotion, pleasure and sexuality), promotion (success, power and prestige), existence (health, survival, stability), suprapersonal (beauty, knowledge and maturity), interactive (affection, social support and belonging) and normative (obedience, tradition and religiosity).
Data collection using the BVQ was made in most of the cases collectively and detailed instructions were imparted.
Taylor (1996) administered the BVQ (Olweus, 1989) to 145 post-primary students to examine the efficacy of Anti-Bullying Policies; 22% of the pupils in schools with Anti-Bullying policies reported being bullied compared with 31% in the control schools with no policy in place.
Taylor (1996), also utilizing the BVQ (Olweus, 1989), reported data from a study among a sample of 145 post-primary school pupils examining the efficacy of anti-bullying policies.