Individual and contextual predictors of cyberbullying: the influence of children's provictim attitudes and teachers' ability to intervene.

@article{Elledge2013IndividualAC,
  title={Individual and contextual predictors of cyberbullying: the influence of children's provictim attitudes and teachers' ability to intervene.},
  author={L Christian Elledge and Anne Powell Williford and Aaron J Boulton and Kathryn J Depaolis and Todd D. Little and Christina Salmivalli},
  journal={Journal of youth and adolescence},
  year={2013},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={698-710}
}
Electronic social communication has provided a new context for children to bully and harass their peers and it is clear that cyberbullying is a growing public health concern in the US and abroad. The present study examined individual and contextual predictors of cyberbullying in a sample of 16, 634 students in grades 3-5 and 7-8. Data were obtained from a… CONTINUE READING