The hassle with the largest difference in scores was "Been bothered by loud, noisy cars or neighbors at night (d=.737)," whereas the smallest significant difference was "Pressured to carry a weapon (d=.278)." Having nosey parents (d=.614) and not telling friends about safety concerns (d=.622) were the next two largest differences between high and low need groupings.
The hassle with the largest difference was "Been bothered by loud, noisy cars or neighbors at night (d=7.37)," while the smallest difference was "Pressured to carry a weapon (d=.278)." Seemingly obvious, these findings suggest that "severe" hassles are perceived as more impactful to urban students regardless of psychosocial need status, whereas minor hassles vary in annoyance among groups.
I don't want to hassle with
mixing gas, starting the thing, harnessing it up, the noise, stench, etc., so the weeds have been growing unchecked--until now.