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Involvement in traditional and electronic bullying among adolescents.
Dev Psychol. 2007 May; 43(3):564-75.DP

Abstract

The increasing availability of Internet and cell phones has provided new avenues through which adolescents can bully. Electronic bullying is a new form of bullying that may threaten adolescent social and emotional development. In this study the relation between involvement in electronic and traditional bullying was examined. Eighty-four adolescents completed questionnaires regarding their involvement in traditional and electronic bullying. Results show that students' roles in traditional bullying predicted the same role in electronic bullying. Also, being a victim of bullying on the Internet or via text messages was related to being a bully at school. Traditional victims were not found to be electronic bullies. Perceptions of the effects of and motivations for electronic bullying are discussed.

Authors+Show Affiliations

School of Education, University of California, Davis, CA, USA. j.l.raskauskas@massey.ac.nzNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

17484571

Citation

Raskauskas, Juliana, and Ann D. Stoltz. "Involvement in Traditional and Electronic Bullying Among Adolescents." Developmental Psychology, vol. 43, no. 3, 2007, pp. 564-75.
Raskauskas J, Stoltz AD. Involvement in traditional and electronic bullying among adolescents. Dev Psychol. 2007;43(3):564-75.
Raskauskas, J., & Stoltz, A. D. (2007). Involvement in traditional and electronic bullying among adolescents. Developmental Psychology, 43(3), 564-75.
Raskauskas J, Stoltz AD. Involvement in Traditional and Electronic Bullying Among Adolescents. Dev Psychol. 2007;43(3):564-75. PubMed PMID: 17484571.
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