Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives

Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives

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Edited by Qing Li, Edited by Donna Cross, Edited by Peter K. Smith

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  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
  • Format: Hardback | 326 pages
  • Dimensions: 176mm x 250mm x 24mm | 662g
  • Publication date: 28 February 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Chicester
  • ISBN 10: 1444333763
  • ISBN 13: 9781444333763
  • Edition statement: New.
  • Sales rank: 1,450,716

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Cyberbullying in the Global Playground provides the firstglobal, in-depth analysis of the emerging phenomenon ofcyberbullying. * Offers the first thorough comparative account of recentresearch into the emerging global phenomenon ofcyberbullying * Provides an international perspective on the prevalence andnature of cyberbullying * Presents recent authoritative research within a criticalperspective, drawing out theoretical and practical implications forpolicy and practice * May be used to help design intervention, evaluation, and policystrategies for effective efforts to combat the internationalphenomenon of cyberbullying

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Qing Li is Associate Professor of EducationalTechnology in the Faculty of Education, University of Calgary.Li is among the first Canadian researchers to study cyberbullying. Donna Cross is the Foundation Professor of Child andAdolescent Health in the School of Exercise Biomedical and HealthSciences at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia, andDirector of the University's Child Health Promotion ResearchCenter. Peter K. Smith is Professor of Psychology and Head of theUnit for School and Family Studies at Goldsmiths, University ofLondon, and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society.

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The book is full of valuable information. There arefew books on cyberbullying based on large cohorts of students thatcan be used as a guide to design intervention and policy strategiesto combat the international phenomenon of cyberbullying; this istherefore a welcome addition. (Child and AdolescentMental Health, 1 September 2013)

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Bullying among adolescents has long been recognized as a serious problem throughout the world. With the advent of modern forms of communication, however, bullying is no longer confined to the school playground -- now it occurs in cyber-space. "Cyberbullying in the Global Playground" provides the first in-depth analysis of the emerging phenomenon of cyberbullying across globe. To enhance our understanding of this new behavioral trend, the authors share the results -- and offer their insightful analysis -- of projects relating to cyberbullying undertaken in the following countries: Austria, Canada, England, Finland, Italy, Japan, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Australia, and the U.S. Exploring the variety of commonalities and differences among the various studies heightens our understanding of the myriad issues surrounding cyberbullying, and may assist in reducing or preventing its practice. The ultimate goal of this volume is to help design the most effective intervention, evaluation, and policy strategies to discourage cyberbullying and encourage healthier relationships among the children and youth growing up in today's digital age.

Table of contents

About the Editors vii About the Contributors ix Preface xii Part I Introduction 1 1 Research Into Cyberbullying: Context 3 Qing Li, Peter K. Smith, and Donna Cross Part II European Studies Within a DAPHNE Project 13 2 Comparative Aspects of Cyberbullying in Italy, England, andSpain: Findings From a DAPHNE Project 15 Maria Luisa Genta, Peter K. Smith, Rosario Ortega, AntonellaBrighi, Annalisa Guarini, Fran Thompson, Neil Tippett, JoaquinMora-Merchan, and Juan Calmaestra 3 Self-Esteem and Loneliness in Relation to Cyberbullying inThree European Countries 32 Antonella Brighi, Giannino Melotti, Annalisa Guarini, MariaLuisa Genta, Rosario Ortega, Joaquin Mora-Merchan, PeterK. Smith, and Fran Thompson 4 Cyberbullying in Finland 57 Christina Salmivalli and Virpi Poyhonen Part III Studies in Commonwealth Countries 73 5 Cyberbullying in Australia: Is School Context Related toCyberbullying Behavior? 75 Donna Cross, Therese Shaw, Melanie Epstein, Helen Monks, JulianDooley, and Lydia Hearn 6 Predicting Student Behaviors: Cyberbullies, Cybervictims, andBystanders 99 Qing Li and Tak Fung Part IV Studies in the USA 115 7 An Examination of the History, Prevalence, Characteristics,and Reporting of Cyberbullying in the United States 117 Brett Holfeld and Mark Grabe 8 Cyberbullying in the United States 143 Sheri Bauman Part V Studies in the Pacific Rim 181 9 Cyberbullying in Japan: Cases, Government Reports, AdolescentRelational Aggression, and Parental Monitoring Roles 183 Ikuko Aoyama, Shoka Utsumi, and Motohiro Hasegawa 10 Cyberbullying in South Korea 202 Neil Tippett and Keumjoo Kwak Part VI The Psychological Context of Cyberbullying221 11 Virtual but not Less Real: A Study of Cyberbullying and ItsRelations to Moral Disengagement and Empathy 223 Ana Almeida, Isabel Correia, Sylvie Marinho, and D JamilaGarcia 12 Cyberbullying and Traditional Bullying: Unique, Additive, andSynergistic Effects on Psychological Health Symptoms 245 Ersilia Menesini, Pamela Calussi, and AnnalauraNocentini 13 Motives for Bullying Others in Cyberspace: A Study on Bulliesand Bully-Victims in Austria 263 Petra Gradinger, Dagmar Strohmeier, and Christiane Spiel Part VII Research and Intervention in Cyberbullying285 14 Understanding and Preventing Cyberbullying: Where Have WeBeen and Where Should We Be Going? 287 Donna Cross, Qing Li, Peter K. Smith, and Helen Monks Index 306