The nature of cyberbullying, and strategies for prevention

  title={The nature of cyberbullying, and strategies for prevention},
  author={Robert Slonje and Peter K. Smith and Ann Fris{\'e}n},
  journal={Comput. Hum. Behav.},
Cyberbullying has been identified as an important problem amongst youth in the last decade. This paper reviews some recent findings and discusses general concepts within the area. The review covers definitional issues such as repetition and power imbalance, types of cyberbullying, age and gender differences, overlap with traditional bullying and sequence of events, differences between cyberbullying and traditional bullying, motives for and impact of cyber victimization, coping strategies, and… 
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