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Table 4.11 (continued).
Collapsed Code Value Collapsed Code Value
damage property 10 cellular mobile telephone 4
persistent 9 electronic communication device 4
telephones 8 electronic transmission 4
written 8 computer network 4
text 8 text messaging 4
physical act 8 photograph 4
gesture 8 physical 4
one offender 8 signs 4
multiple offender 8 signals 4
understood by a reasonable person 8 writing 4
malicious 8 sounds 4
electronic device 7 data 4
abusive 7 intelligence 4
school location 7 wire 4
pagers 7 through websites 4
intent 7 willful 4
fake profile 7 intentional written 4
break into 7 pervasive 4
post 6 another person 4
created 6 mental harm 4
website 6 infringes on rights 4
PDA 6 fear 4
blogs 6 technology 4
4.6.3 Legal Definition Categories
The codes were then collated into categories. The results of the categorization re
provided in Table 4.12 with the corresponding totals for the individual code strength
presence values. 100% reviewer agreement resulted from the categorization. The result
was 11 categories.
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