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Cyberbullying: Negative Interaction Through Social Media

Cyberbullying: Negative Interaction Through Social Media
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Author(s): Michelle F. Wright (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Copyright: 2020
Pages: 29
Source title: The Psychology and Dynamics Behind Social Media Interactions
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Malinda Desjarlais (Mount Royal University, Canada)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9412-3.ch005


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The purpose of this chapter is to examine cyberbullying through social media among youth. Drawing on research from a variety of disciplines, such as psychology, education, social work, sociology, and computer science, this chapter is organized into seven sections. These sections include 1) background; (2) youths' characteristics and risk factors; (3) negative psychosocial and academic outcomes; (4) theoretical framework; (5) solutions and recommendations; (6) future research directions; and (7) conclusion. The chapter will draw on multidisciplinary qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-design research methodologies from psychology, sociology, social work, and criminology.

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