Exploring traditional and cyberbullying among Irish adolescents

@article{Callaghan2014ExploringTA,
  title={Exploring traditional and cyberbullying among Irish adolescents},
  author={Mary Callaghan and Colette Kelly and Michal Molcho},
  journal={International Journal of Public Health},
  year={2014},
  volume={60},
  pages={199-206}
}
ObjectivesThis study aimed to explore the associations of traditional and cyberbullying victimisation with self-reported health and life satisfaction, and to examine whether involvement in risk behaviours contributes to these health outcomes.MethodsWe asked questions on involvement in traditional and cyberbullying, risk behaviours, self-reported health and life satisfaction to school children. In total, 318 students aged from 15 to 18 years old in 8 post-primary schools in Ireland completed the… 
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