Cyberbullying and subjective health A large-scale study of students in Stockholm , Sweden

@inproceedings{Lftman2015CyberbullyingAS,
  title={Cyberbullying and subjective health A large-scale study of students in Stockholm , Sweden},
  author={Sara Brolin L{\aa}ftman and Bitte Modin and Viveca {\"O}stberg},
  year={2015}
}
a r t i c l e i n f o The increase in the use of mobile phones and the Internet has given rise to new opportunities for people to meet and communicate. However, there are also dark sides to these new forms of communication. One of these is cyberbullying, i.e. bullying via mobile phone and the Internet. Given that cyberbullying is a relatively new phenomenon , empirical knowledge is still limited and particularly so in Sweden, which in international comparison has reported low rates of bullying… CONTINUE READING

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