JVQ

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JVQJuvenile Victimization Questionnaire
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Respecto al primer objetivo, no se encontraron diferencias significativas en cinco de los seis modulos evaluados por el JVQ. Cabe destacar que, a pesar de las diferencias porcentuales, el unico dominio que presento diferencias estadisticamente significativas a nivel estadistico, es el modulo de victimizacion por pares y/o hermanos que afecta mas a los NNA no aymara.
Several studies have assessed "polyvictimization" (the accumulation or co-occurrence of multiple victimization experiences) in adolescents and children using the JVQ (Finkelhor, Ormrod, Turner, & Hamby, 2005b).
Data were collected using the Juvenile Victimization Questionnaire (JVQ; Finkelhor, Hamby, Ormrod, & Turner, 2005).
Descriptive statistics were calculated for all items, modules and sub-modules of the JVQ along with the lifetime screener sum (total score).
Table 1 shows descriptive statistics (mean and standard deviation) for each item and for each module of JVQ, as well as for the total score.
Lifetime prevalence of at least one victimization was higher in this study than in previous Spanish studies conducted in other regions (83% in Pereda et al., 2014), even though they used an enhanced 36-item version of the JVQ. The reported lifetime prevalence of victimization observed in this sample was also higher than those observed in studies conducted in Malaysia (22%, although they used a modified version of the JVQ; Choo, Dunne, Marret, Fleming, & Wong, 2011), China (71%; Chan, 2013), and the USA (80%; Finkelhor et al., 2009), and comparable but lower than those observed in Vietnam (94%; Le et al., 2015).
Furthermore, we analyzed victimization situations only through the JVQ total score, prevalence of different types of victimization and polyvictimization thresholds.
Spanish/ Catalan version of the Juvenile Victimization Questionnaire (JVQ): Psychometric properties.
The Juvenile Victimization Questionnaire (JVQ): Child self-report version.
Later, Juvenile Victimization Questionnaire (JVQ) was administered to assess epidemiology of poly- victimization of the individuals.