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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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Male police officers’ law enforcement preferences in cases of intimate partner violence

Male police officers’ law enforcement preferences in cases of intimate partner violence versus non-intimate interpersonal violence Do sexist attitudes and empathy matter? From Criminal Justice and Behavior The police have one of the most important roles in combating intimate partner violence … Continue reading

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