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Pallant, J. (2011) SPSS survival manual: A step by step guide to data analysis using the SPSS program. 4th Edition, Allen & Unwin, Berkshire.

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  • TITLE: Popularity, likeability, and risk-taking in middle adolescence

    AUTHORS: Stephanie Hawke, Elizabeth Rieger

    KEYWORDS: Adolescence; Popularity; Peer Status; Risk-Taking

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.5 No.6C, June 26, 2013

    ABSTRACT: This study investigated the roles of adolescent popularity and likeability in eight domains of risk-taking in Australian grade 9 students (53% girls). The eight domains included previously examined areas of aggressive behaviours, alcohol use, and sexual intercourse, and areas where there is scarce information, including antisocial activities, unprotected intercourse, body image-related risk-taking, unsafe road practices, and stranger-related risk-taking. The results indicated a clear association between popularity and higher risk-taking in five of the eight domains. This is contrasted with likeability, which was not directly related to risk-taking aside from one two-way interaction with gender for sexual intercourse. The findings demonstrate the importance of including a broader range of risk-taking activities when considering popularity, particularly stranger-related risk-taking.