Portland State University. School of Education
Carol A. Burden
Date of Publication
Master of Science in Education (MSEd)
Stress in adolescence -- Pacific Northwest, High school students -- Pacific Northwest -- Attitudes, Rural schools -- Pacific Northwest, Youth Adaptation Rating Scale
1 online resource (57 p.)
Stress is a fact of life. There has been much research done since the early 1970's dealing with the various aspects and relationships of stress and life events for all stages of human development. The purpose of this study was to investigate perceived life-event stressors of 9th grade and 12th grade students in three Pacific Northwest rural schools. The study also sought to a) ascertain whether male students in the 9th grade and 12th grade perceive stressful life events differently than female students in the same grade, and b) explore if there was a difference in perceptions of students of "different" rural community populations and different age populations (9th & 12th graders).
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Krummel, Michael James, "Perception of stressors by 9th and 12th grade students utilizing the Youth adaptation rating scale" (1992). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 4368.