By Qing Li, Donna Cross, Peter K. Smith
Cyberbullying within the international Playground provides the 1st worldwide, in-depth research of the rising phenomenon of cyberbullying.
- Offers the 1st thorough comparative account of contemporary learn into the rising global phenomenon of cyberbullying
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- Presents contemporary authoritative examine inside a severe viewpoint, drawing out theoretical and sensible implications for coverage and practice
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Indd 36 11/16/2011 6:25:44 PM Self-Esteem, Loneliness, and Cyberbullying 37 The effects established for traditional bullying victimization may suggest similar developmental trajectories for cybervictims: school problems, substance use, suicidal ideation, eating disorders, depression, extreme violence toward themselves or other individuals, and generally a serious threat to their psychological and physical well-being (Hawker & Boulton, 2000; Card, 2007). But the nature of cyberbullying may greatly expand the reach of victims by students who bully and augment the intensity of interpersonal harm that occurs among this population.
3 Percentages of Children in Each Year Group (Year 8, Year 10, and Year 12) Involved in Victimization/Bullying Via Mobile Phone and the Internet (Not Involved, Occasional, Severe: Percentages and Sample Size), for the Total Sample. 4 Percentages of Adolescents by Country (Italy, England, and Spain) Involved in Victimization/Bullying Via Mobile Phone and the Internet (Not Involved, Occasional, Severe: Percentages and Sample Size), for the Total Sample. 4% severely). indd 23 11/16/2011 6:25:54 PM 24 Maria Luisa Genta et al.
1% (n = 5611). 51 Note: *reverse coded. 74. L-Peers, A-Neg and A-Pos. Examining age differences, L-Parents and A-Pos increase with age, while A-Neg decreases; L-Peers shows a nonlinear trend, decreasing from Year 8 to Year 10 and then increasing again by Year 12. Loneliness and Self-Esteem in Victims of Traditional Bullying Several one-way ANOVAs were run in order to test the hypothesis that the victims of traditional bullying would feel lower self-esteem and higher feelings of loneliness compared to peers who are not involved in bullying.
Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives by Qing Li, Donna Cross, Peter K. Smith