By Qing Li, Donna Cross, Peter K. Smith
Cyberbullying within the international Playground provides the 1st international, in-depth research of the rising phenomenon of cyberbullying.
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Moreover, more students in Italy than in Spain declared themselves to be cyberbullied by others, while no differences were found between Spanish and English students. Students who were cyberbullied via the Internet The second logistic regression analysis was run with 5742 students testing the predictive values of gender, age, country, and accessibility to an Internet connection in their own rooms, on the prevalence of students who were cyberbullied via the Internet. 043). 6, the only significant predictor was accessibility to the Internet, with higher percentages of victimization among students who had an Internet connection in their own rooms.
001. via the Internet. 121). 8, significant predictors of the model were gender, country, and accessibility to Internet. In summary, a higher percentage of students who cyberbullied others was male compared to female, and a higher percentage was found in Italy than in Spain, and in Spain than in England. Moreover, a higher percentage of students who had an Internet connection in their own rooms cyberbullied others than their peers who had no connection in their own room. Discussion This study has provided cross-national information on the phenomenon of cyberbullying in its two most frequent and recognized forms by students (via mobile phones and through the Internet).
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