The insulting Internet: universal access and cyberbullying


With the growing popularity of online communication, a certain harassment can be observed to increasingly disavow the positive implications of an universally accessible cyberspace: cybermobbing or cyberbullying. Cybermobbing by digital information and communication technologies can be looked at—in spite of many common characteristics with the classic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10209-016-0474-z


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@article{Pieper2016TheII, title={The insulting Internet: universal access and cyberbullying}, author={Alice Katharina Pieper and Michael Pieper}, journal={Universal Access in the Information Society}, year={2016}, volume={16}, pages={497-504} }