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Tag Archives: cyberbullying

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  • 11 Nov 2018
    Daniel Perlman, Anita L. Vangelisti

    Bullying, Social Exclusion, and Intimate Partner Violence

    Editors of the Cambridge Handbook of Personal Relationships, Anita L. Vangelisti and Daniel Perlman, discuss the effects of bullying in intimate relationships for Anti-Bullying week.

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  • 10 Nov 2018
    Daniel J. Flannery, Jane Timmons-Mitchell

    Bullying: When does it Stop?

    Bullying, or the ongoing and frequent misuse of power in a peer relationship, often in school, occurs throughout the world. Population base-rates are estimated to vary, averaging about 1/3 of pupils worldwide. Bullying can be thought of as being physical, psychological (including cyberbullying) or sexual, with overlap among the categories. Both boys and girls experience bullying […]

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  • 9 Nov 2018
    Peter K. Smith

    School Bullying: A Topic of International Importance

    In 1988, during a family holiday in Norway, I met with Dan Olweus, a professor of psychology considered the founding father of school bullying research. He told me about the recent Norwegian National Campaign against bullying in schools, which had had some considerable success. Inspired by this, I used his survey questionnaire in England, where […]

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  • 9 Dec 2015
    Black number 1 on yellow background. Photo: Sarah Murray via Creative Commons.

    The single most important issue in cyber psychology

    In the fifth of our cyberpsychology roundtable discussions, the authors decide on what they feel is the singular most important issue online.

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  • 25 Nov 2015

    When Kids Go Online

    Participants:  Patricia Wallace, the author of The Psychology of The Internet John Suler, the author of The Psychology of the Digital Age Kent Norman, the author of Cyberpsychology Raphael Cohen-Almagor, the author of Confronting the Internet’s Dark Side   The rise of the digital age has posed many new challenges to parents as their children […]

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  • 18 Nov 2015

    Misusing the Internet

    Four Cambridge authors continue their roundtable discussion about cyber psychology by addressing what happens when cyber bullies and online aggressors misuse the powerful tools the web provides.

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