Prevalence and Effect of Cyberbullying on Children and Young People: A Scoping Review of Social Media Studies.

@article{Hamm2015PrevalenceAE,
  title={Prevalence and Effect of Cyberbullying on Children and Young People: A Scoping Review of Social Media Studies.},
  author={Michele P. Hamm and Amanda S. Newton and Annabritt Chisholm and Jocelyn Shulhan and Andrea Milne and Purnima Sundar and Heather Ennis and Shannon D. Scott and Lisa Hartling},
  journal={JAMA pediatrics},
  year={2015},
  volume={169 8},
  pages={770-7}
}
IMPORTANCE Social media has had a profound effect on how children and adolescents interact. While there are many benefits to the use of social media, cyberbullying has emerged as a potential harm, raising questions regarding its influence on mental health. OBJECTIVE To review existing publications that examine the health-related effects of cyberbullying via social media among children and adolescents. EVIDENCE REVIEW We searched 11 electronic databases from January 1, 2000, through January… CONTINUE READING
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