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Cyberbullying: An Exploratory Analysis of Factors Related to Offending and Victimization
Victimization on the Internet through what has been termed cyberbullying has attracted increased attention from scholars and practitioners. Defined as “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the
Bullies Move Beyond the Schoolyard
Bullying in a school setting is an important social concern that has received increased scholarly attention in recent years. Specifically, its causes and effects have been under investigation by a
Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Suicide
Examining the extent to which a nontraditional form of peer aggression—cyberbullying—is also related to suicidal ideation among adolescents suggests that a suicide prevention and intervention component is essential within comprehensive bullying response programs implemented in schools.
Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard: Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying
"Cyberbullying is a significant concern for teens and tweens in the 21st century. This timely and informative book brings adults up to speed on how kids are using technology to harm their
Cyberbullying and self-esteem.
It is found that students who experienced cyberbullying, both as a victim and an offender, had significantly lower self-esteem than those who had little or no experience with cyberbullies.
Traditional and Nontraditional Bullying Among Youth: A Test of General Strain Theory
Bullying at school is a common problem facing youth, school officials, and parents. A significant body of research has detailed the serious consequences associated with bullying victimization.
Social Influences on Cyberbullying Behaviors Among Middle and High School Students
Results indicate that cyberbullying offending is associated with perceptions of peers behaving similarly, and the likelihood of sanction by adults, and that youth who believed that many of their friends were involved in bullying and cyber Bullying were themselves more likely to report cyberbullies behaviors.
Offline Consequences of Online Victimization
Abstract As increasing numbers of youth embrace computer-mediated communication to meet academic and social needs, interpersonal violence directly and indirectly related to the Internet is occurring