By Qing Li, Donna Cross, Peter K. Smith
Cyberbullying within the worldwide Playground provides the 1st worldwide, in-depth research of the rising phenomenon of cyberbullying.
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Poly-victims scored lower in Body Self-esteem, Peer Relationships, Family, and Global Self-Evaluation, and had higher scores on Parent Low Support, Peer Low Support, and Affinity to Loneliness. The results suggest that, for victims, the social exclusion experienced in “real world” exchanges may be more psychologically demanding than those experienced in virtual contexts. ” Brighi et al. (2008) point out the need for further research to investigate separately the victimization phenomenon across different forms of bullying (direct, indirect, cyber via mobile, and cyber via the Internet) and to take into consideration the intensity of the aggression reported (occasional versus severe).
Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives by Qing Li, Donna Cross, Peter K. Smith