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Exam 3 Study Guide Lecture 13- Friends and Bullies Festl & Quandt 1. What are the 3 structural conditions investigated in the article? 2. Who participated in the study? 3. What 3 roles were identified by participant responses? 4. What gender was found to be the target in cyberbullying more often? 5. What connection can be made between cyberbullying and real life bullying? 6. What were the unique social characteristics about the perpetrators and victims found in the research? 7. How did the number of social clichés relate to the perception of bullying? Friends and Bullies 8. What characteristics of male and female relationships are associated with quantity? Girls o Play in small groups (2-3 friends) Boys o Play in large groups (4+ friends) o Men have larger social networks than women 9. What major qualities are associated with male and female friendships? Men o Friendships are instrumental Focus interaction on doing Women o Friendships are emotional Focus on discussing 10. What is self-disclosure, intimacy, and co-rumination? Self-disclosure- Sharing personal details of one’s life with another person Intimacy- closeness/familiarity Co-rumination- extensively discussing and revisiting problems
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11. What are the main determinants of intimacy in friendships for men and women? Men o Self-disclosure + Shared activities = intimacy of friendship Women o Self-disclosure = intimacy of friendship 12. Why is it that women may experience more conflict with their same-sex friendships?
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