Tag Archives: Cyberbullying

On SAGE Insight: Psychological Predictors of Cyberbullying According to Ethnic-Cultural Origin in Adolescents

Article title: Psychological Predictors of Cyberbullying According to Ethnic-Cultural Origin in Adolescents: A National Study in Spain From Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology Cyberbullying is an intentional, aggressive, and repeated behavior perpetrated by one individual against another through the use of … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Cyberbullying in WhatsApp classmates’ groups: Evaluation of an intervention program

Article title: Cyberbullying in WhatsApp classmates’ groups: Evaluation of an intervention program implemented in Israeli elementary and middle schools From New Media & Society In recent years, social networking services have become a major platform through which children and adolescents … Continue reading

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How can peers, parents, schools and new media stop bullying?

Article title: Whose Responsibility Is It to Stop Bullying? From Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences This review of research outlines roles and recommendations for peers, parents, schools and new media platforms  to stop bullying. “The fact that … Continue reading

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Exploring traditional and cyber forms of sibling bullying

Sibling bullying perpetration associations with gender, grade, peer perpetration, trait anger, and moral disengagement From Journal of Interpersonal Violence Substantial research exists for both traditional bullying and cyberbullying among schoolchildren.  However, sibling bullying seems a neglected issue despite its pervasiveness at home … Continue reading

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An Essential Library of International Research in Cyberbullying

Collection of articles and free podcasts School Psychology International keeps its readers abreast of the many issues and challenges encountered by school psychology providers and other educators who work with youth internationally. Cyberbullying is increasingly featured among those issues and … Continue reading

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Cyberbullying in schools

Special issue and accompanying podcast From School Psychology International This special issue considers the proliferation of cyberbullying in schools. It clarifies how this form of bullying is defined, explores how such behavior manifests and to what extent the trend affects … Continue reading

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Cyberbullying among youngsters: profiles of bullies and victims

 From New Media & Society News stories about youngsters who have used the internet or their mobile phone to harass or insult classmates have become common in recent years. Both governments and academia have responded rather rapidly in trying to … Continue reading

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