International Perspectives on Cyberbullying

International Perspectives on Cyberbullying

by Marko Nikolicà (Editor)




International Perspectives on Cyberbullying studies various aspects of cyberbullying including an extensive theoretical overview of cyberbullying among university students and related issues. It includes definitions of cyberbullying, cyber aggression and cyber-based peer-to-peer aggression. Provides the reader with insights regarding cyberbullying, so as to understand the bully’s mind, motivations, arguments, backgrounds and why some individuals are better targets of bully’s activities than others.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781773615349
Publisher: Society Publishing
Publication date: 12/01/2018
Pages: 409
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Marko obtained his Master’s degree from University of Belgrade - Faculty of Law in 2014. He specialized in Criminal Law, Family Law and Environmental Law. He spent his Master year studying about international child abduction. He is currently employed in Ministry of Defense’s Legal Department.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Cyberbullying Among University Students: Gendered Experiences, Impacts, and PerspectivesChapter 2 Cyberbullying or Cyber Aggression?: A Review of Existing Definitions of Cyber-Based Peer-to-Peer Aggression Chapter 3 When Cyberbullying And Bullying Meet Gaming: A Systemic Review of the Literature Chapter 4 Prevalence and Patterns of Traditional Bullying Victimization And Cyber-Teasing Among College Population In Spain Chapter 5 Dutch Cyberbullying Victims’ Experiences, Perceptions, Attitudes And Motivations Related To (Coping With) Cyberbullying: Focus Group Interviews Chapter 6 Cyberbullying From The Perspective Of Choice Theory Chapter 7 Virtuous Reality: Moral Theory And Research Into Cyber-Bullying Chapter 8 Consequences of Cyberbullying Behaviour In Working Life: The Mediating Roles of Social Support and Social Organisational Climate Chapter 9 A Study On Cyberbullying: Its Forms, Awareness and Moral Reasoning Among Youth Chapter 10 Impact of Bullying & Cyberbullying on Body Image and Disordered Eating In Young Adult Females Chapter 12 Cyber Bullying Prevention: Intervention In Taiwan Chapter 13 Media Use and Brain Development During Adolescence Chapter 14 Cyber Bullying: Child And Youth Spirituality Chapter 15 The Impact of Social Media on Society Chapter 16 System To Detect Racial-Based Bullying Through Gamification Chapter 17 Hate Speech, Cyberbullying and Online Anonymity Chapter 18 Online Pestkoppenstoppen: Systematic and Theory-Based Development of a Web-Based Tailored Intervention For Adolescent Cyberbully Victims to Combat and Prevent Cyberbullying Chapter 19 Criminological Analysis of Determinants of Cybercrime Technologies

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