Offline Consequences of Online Victimization

@article{Hinduja2007OfflineCO,
  title={Offline Consequences of Online Victimization},
  author={S. Hinduja and Justin W. Patchin},
  journal={Journal of School Violence},
  year={2007},
  volume={6},
  pages={112 - 89}
}
Abstract As increasing numbers of youth embrace computer-mediated communication to meet academic and social needs, interpersonal violence directly and indirectly related to the Internet is occurring more often. Cyberbullying in particular has shot to the forefront of agendas in schools and communities due to the emotional, psychological, and even physical harm to which victims can be subjected. While previous studies have focused on describing its frequency in an exploratory capacity, the… 
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