Involvement in traditional and electronic bullying among adolescents.

@article{Raskauskas2007InvolvementIT,
  title={Involvement in traditional and electronic bullying among adolescents.},
  author={Juliana Raskauskas and Ann D Stoltz},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={
          564-75
        }
}
The increasing availability of Internet and cell phones has provided new avenues through which adolescents can bully. Electronic bullying is a new form of bullying that may threaten adolescent social and emotional development. In this study the relation between involvement in electronic and traditional bullying was examined. Eighty-four adolescents completed questionnaires regarding their involvement in traditional and electronic bullying. Results show that students' roles in traditional… Expand
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