Perpetration and Victimization in Offline and Cyber Contexts: A Variable- and Person-Oriented Examination of Associations and Differences Regarding Domain-Specific Self-Esteem and School Adjustment

@article{Burger2021PerpetrationAV,
  title={Perpetration and Victimization in Offline and Cyber Contexts: A Variable- and Person-Oriented Examination of Associations and Differences Regarding Domain-Specific Self-Esteem and School Adjustment},
  author={Christoph Burger and Leah Bachmann},
  journal={International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health},
  year={2021},
  volume={18}
}
Self-esteem has been identified as a predictor of bullying perpetration and victimization, which, in turn, may lead to school adjustment problems. However, findings regarding the direction and strength of these associations have been inconclusive. This study aimed to resolve this by differentiating between offline and cyber contexts and various self-esteem domains. An online sample of 459 adolescents retrospectively completed measures of self-esteem domains and offline/cyber perpetration and… 

Figures and Tables from this paper

Psychosocial Determinants of Adolescents’ Cyberbullying Involvement—The Role of Body Satisfaction
Background: Although the relationship between adolescents’ body image and cyberviolence has been proved, little is known about the place of body image among other psychosocial determinants. The study
Cybervictimization and Depression among Adolescents: Coping Strategies as Mediators
  • P. Siah, X. Tee, C. Yap
  • Psychology
    International journal of environmental research and public health
  • 2022
Studies have shown the relationships among cybervictimization, coping strategies, and depression, but no study has examined the mechanism that links the three variables. Accordingly, this study used
Cyberbullying in adolescents: a literature review
  • Siriporn Santre
  • Psychology, Computer Science
    International journal of adolescent medicine and health
  • 2022
TLDR
Examples of programs or intervention to prevent cyberbullying and recommendations for further studies are presented, including definitions, types of cyber Bullying, characteristics or features of victims and cyberbullies, risk factors or causes underlying cyberBullying, and the harmful consequences of cyberbullied to adolescents.
Teachers’ Perspectives on Cyberbullying: A Cross-Cultural Study
TLDR
For the three countries, it is considered necessary to take measures in terms of legislating specific protocols to deal with cyberbullying at school and that the training plans for the degrees that give access to this profession include the competencies that allow teachers to develop appropriate strategies to respond to cyberbullies.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 105 REFERENCES
Differences in predictors of traditional and cyber-bullying: a 2-year longitudinal study in Korean school children
TLDR
Investigation of environmental and psychological factors associated with traditional and cyber-bullying found male gender and depressive symptoms were associated with all types of bullying behavior and experience and living with a single parent was associated with perpetration of traditional bullying.
Bullying Perpetration, Victimization, and Low Self-esteem: Examining Their Relationship Over Time
TLDR
The current study clarifies the longitudinal reciprocal relationship between adolescents’ bullying perpetration, victimization, and low self-esteem and indicates that after the prior bullying experiences and lowSelf-esteem are controlled, their longitudinal association becomes clearly distinct.
Differentiating cyber bullying perpetration from non-physical bullying: commonalities across race, individual, and family predictors.
Objective: We are surprisingly limited in our understanding of mechanisms specific to cyber-bullying perpetration, and how these might be modified by subgroup differences such as race. Social
A meta-analysis of factors predicting cyberbullying perpetration and victimization: From the social cognitive and media effects approach
TLDR
It was revealed that risky information and communications technology (ICT) use, moral disengagement, depression, social norms, and traditional bullying perpetration were the main predictors of cyberbullying perpetration, while risky ICT use andTraditional bullying victimization were the major contributors of cyberBullying victimization.
Bully/Victim Problems and their Association with Coping Behaviour in Conflictual Peer Interactions Among School-age Children
The main purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between bully/victim problems and the coping strategies used when confronted with a peer argument in Greek primary school children. Peer
Short-Term Longitudinal Relationships Between Children’s Peer Victimization/Bullying Experiences and Self-Perceptions
This study tested transactional models to explain the short-term longitudinal links between self-perceptions and involvement in bullying and victimization among 115 9- to 10-year-old children.
Cyberbullying Perpetration and Victimization in Youth: A Meta-Analysis of Longitudinal Studies
TLDR
Results highlight reciprocal longitudinal effects among CP, CV, and both traditional bullying and victimization: CP causes externalizing problem behaviors over time, whereas CV constitutes a risk factor of internalizing problems, such as depression and anxiety.
Consequences of School Bullying and Violence
Numerous studies conducted over several decades have shown that victimization is associated with adjustment problems such as depression, low selfesteem, anxiety, suicidal ideation and school
...
...