Emerging Risks of Violence in the Digital Age

@article{Berson2002EmergingRO,
  title={Emerging Risks of Violence in the Digital Age},
  author={Ilene R. Berson and Michael Berson and John M. Ferron},
  journal={Journal of School Violence},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={51 - 71}
}
Abstract This research focuses on the evolving area of cyberviolence and draws on a pioneering study to discuss benefits and risks of online interaction among adolescent girls. This new area of inquiry introduces educators to the social and cultural communities of the Internet, a virtual venue with unique perspectives on power, identity, and gender for children and youth. This research focuses on the evolving area of cyberviolence and draws on a pioneering study to discuss benefits and risks of… Expand
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