Cyberbullying and self-esteem.

@article{Patchin2010CyberbullyingAS,
  title={Cyberbullying and self-esteem.},
  author={Justin W. Patchin and S. Hinduja},
  journal={The Journal of school health},
  year={2010},
  volume={80 12},
  pages={
          614-21; quiz 622-4
        }
}
BACKGROUND This article examines the relationship between middle school students' experience with cyberbullying and their level of self-esteem. Previous research on traditional bullying among adolescents has found a relatively consistent link between victimization and lower self-esteem, while finding an inconsistent relationship between offending and lower self-esteem. It is therefore important to extend this body of research by determining how bullying augmented through the use of technology… 

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