By Raúl Navarro, Santiago Yubero, Elisa Larrañaga
This publication offers a much-needed research of the present learn within the worldwide epidemic of digital bullying. students and pros from the Americas, Europe, and Asia supply facts, insights, and options, acknowledging either the social psychology and technological contexts underlying cyberbullying phenomena. individuals deal with questions which are simply commencing to end up good as longstanding matters bearing on family members and gender dynamics, and supply evidence-based prevention and intervention concepts for faculty and residential. the worldwide nature of the publication displays not just the scope and severity of cyberbullying, but in addition the tenacity of efforts to regulate and eliminate the problem.
Included within the coverage:
• Gender matters and cyberbullying in kids and children: from gender adjustments to gender identification measures.
• relatives relationships and cyberbullying.
• reading the incremental effect of cyberbullying on results over and above conventional bullying in North America.
• A overview of cyberbullying and schooling concerns in Latin America.
• Cyberbullying prevention from baby and adolescence literature.
• Cyberbullying and restorative justice.
across the Globe is a vital source for researchers, graduate scholars, and different pros in baby and faculty psychology, public health, social paintings and counseling, educational coverage, and kinfolk advocacy.
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