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Researchers, Do You Know This? by Haywhy433(m): 9:28am On May 12, 2018
Good day to you all...
I'm an undergraduate working on Social factors as correlate of Jungle Justice behaviour among residents of Ilorin metropolis.. Pls I need who can suggest one or two measurement scale to measure this.. Thanks in andy
Re: Researchers, Do You Know This? by iHart(m): 11:11am On May 12, 2018
Haywhy433:
Good day to you all...
I'm an undergraduate working on Social factors as correlate of Jungle Justice behaviour among residents of Ilorin metropolis.. Pls I need who can suggest one or two measurement scale to measure this.. Thanks in andy

1. poverty: maybe among low income earners mostly those doing menial jobs and those doing much better job. I feel low income earners will most likely accept jungle justice than those of much higher income.

2. Type of Job: consider the perceptions of those doing white collar jobs and artisans/market business men. Those with white collar jobs may not find jungle justice good.

3. Religion: try to fine out if being a christian, muslim or traditional worshiper affects the perception of people towards jungle justice. A traditionalist may most likely accept jungle justice than a christian and muslim.

4. Victims of criminal activities: look for victims and non victims of robbery and other social vices to find out their own perceptions. A victim may likely concur to jungle justice than non victims.

5. A "force" man: you may also want to check the perception of a military(army) man against a police man.

6. Consider gender too: how do men feel about it as against women. Women are known to be too emotional and too sympathetic so they may not like it.

7. Drug addits: does being or not being a drug addict have any effect on how people view jungle justice?

This is the much i can think out now. You need to build a "questionaire" to help you gather the data. Good luck.

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Re: Researchers, Do You Know This? by Haywhy433(m): 10:46pm On May 12, 2018
iHart:

1. poverty: maybe among low income earners mostly those doing menial jobs and those doing much better job. I feel low income earners will most likely accept jungle justice than those of much higher income.

2. Type of Job: consider the perceptions of those doing white collar jobs and artisans/market business men. Those with white collar jobs may not find jungle justice good.

3. Religion: try to fine out if being a christian, muslim or traditional worshiper affects the perception of people towards jungle justice. A traditionalist may most likely accept jungle justice than a christian and muslim.

4. Victims of criminal activities: look for victims and non victims of robbery and other social vices to find out their own perceptions. A victim may likely concur to jungle justice than non victims.

5. A "force" man: you may also want to check the perception of a military(army) man against a police man.

6. Consider gender too: how do men feel about it as against women. Women are known to be too emotional and too sympathetic so they may not like it.

7. Drug addits: does being or not being a drug addict have any effect on how people view jungle justice?

This is the much i can think out now. You need to build a "questionaire" to help you gather the data. Good luck.

Thanks sir

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