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Author Bauman, Sheri
Title Principles of Cyberbullying Research : Definitions, Measures, and Methodology
Imprint London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2012
©2013
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (388 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
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Series Routledge Monographs in Mental Health Ser
Routledge Monographs in Mental Health Ser
Note Cover -- Principles of Cyberbullying Research: Definitions, Measures, and Methodology -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- About the Editors -- About the Contributors -- Part I Introduction -- 1 Introduction -- Part II Definitional Questions -- 2 Why It Matters -- 3 Definitions of Bullying and Cyberbullying: How Useful Are the Terms? -- 4 Definitions: Another Perspective and a Proposal for Beginning with Cyberaggression -- Part III Theoretical Framework -- 5 Theories of Cyberbullying -- 6 Potent Ways Forward: New Multidimensional Theoretical Structural Models of Cyberbullying, Cyber Targetization, and Bystander Behaviors and Their Potential Relations to Traditional Bullying Constructs -- Part IV Methods -- 7 Methodology: Why It Matters -- 8 Sampling -- 9 Methods Used in Cyberbullying Research -- 10 Moving beyond Tradition and Convenience: Suggestions for Useful Methods for Cyberbullying Research -- 11 Methods: Guiding Principles -- 12 Ethical Issues -- 13 Emerging Methodological Strategies to Address Cyberbullying: Online Social Marketing and Young People as Co-Researchers -- Part V Measures -- 14 Measurement: Why It Matters -- 15 Psychometric Considerations for Cyberbullying Research -- 16 Cybervictimization and Cyberaggression in Eastern and Western Countries: Challenges of Constructing a Cross-Culturally Appropriate Scale -- 17 What to Measure? -- 18 Qualitative Studies -- Part VI Implications -- 19 How Research Findings Can Inform Legislation and School Policy on Cyberbullying -- 20 Using Research to Inform Cyberbullying Prevention and Intervention -- Part VII Going Forward -- 21 Future Research Questions in Cyberbullying -- 22 Summary and Conclusions -- Appendix: Existing Measures: Bullying/Cyberbullying Measure -- Index
In 2010, the International Cyberbullying Think Tank was held in order to discuss questions of definition, measurement, and methodologies related to cyberbullying research. The attendees' goal was to develop a set of guidelines that current and future researchers could use to improve the quality of their research and advance our understanding of cyberbullying and related issues. This book is the product of their meetings, and is the first volume to provide researchers with a clear set of principles to inform their work on cyberbullying. The contributing authors, all participants in the Think Tank, review the existing research and theoretical frameworks of cyberbullying before exploring topics such as questions of methodology, sampling issues, methods employed so far, psychometric issues that must be considered, ethical considerations, and implications for prevention and intervention efforts. Researchers as well as practitioners seeking information to inform their prevention and intervention programs will find this to be a timely and essential resource
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Bauman, Sheri Principles of Cyberbullying Research : Definitions, Measures, and Methodology London : Taylor & Francis Group,c2012 9780415897495
Subject Cyberbullying -- Research -- Methodology.;Bullying -- Research -- Methodology
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Alt Author Cross, Donna
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