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Traditional Bullying and Cyberbullying Identification of Risk Groups for Adjustment Problems
We investigated the co-occurrence of traditional bullying, cyberbullying, traditional victimization, and cybervictimization, and analyzed whether students belonging to particular groups of bulliesExpand
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Cyber-Victimisation: The Association Between Help-Seeking Behaviours and Self-Reported Emotional Symptoms in Australia and Austria
Abstract Many young people who are bullied do not tell anyone. School staff therefore are often unaware of which students are being victimised and when to provide support or assistance. A criticalExpand
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Bullying in schools: what is the problem, and how can educators solve it?
This chapter reviews recent research on bullying from an educator's perspective. It is well known that bullying, a serious issue in schools, can be prevented when educators intervene. But researchExpand
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Definition and Measurement of Cyberbullying
The main goal of the present study was to improve the conceptual understanding of cyberbullying by empirically comparing the number of identified bullies and cyberbullies based on two measurementExpand
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Prevention of Cyberbullying and Cyber Victimization: Evaluation of the ViSC Social Competence Program
It is well-documented that cyberbullying and victimization co-occur with traditional forms indicating that they share similar mechanisms. Therefore, it was hypothesized that the general antibullyingExpand
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ViSC Social Competence Program.
The ViSC Social Competence Program has been implemented in Austrian schools within the scope of a national strategy plan, Together Against Violence. The program is a primary preventive programExpand
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Dynamic Change of Aggressive Behavior and Victimization Among Adolescents: Effectiveness of the ViSC Program
The present study reports a high-quality evaluation of the ViSC Social Competence Program, which was implemented large scale in Austria. A rigorous test of program effectiveness has been performed toExpand
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Bullying prevention in schools by targeting cognitions, emotions, and behavior: Evaluating the effectiveness of the REBE-ViSC program.
The effectiveness of a class-based antibullying prevention program on cognitions, emotions, and behaviors was investigated. The program consists of a cognitive-behavioral (Rational Emotive BehavioralExpand
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Social relationships in multicultural schools: Bullying and victimization
The study investigated victimization and bullying in Native Austrians and three groups of immigrants living in Austria. The sample comprised 280 pupils (133 girls, 147 boys) in school grades 5 – 8.Expand
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