By Qing Li, Donna Cross, Peter K. Smith
Cyberbullying within the worldwide Playground provides the 1st international, in-depth research of the rising phenomenon of cyberbullying.
- Offers the 1st thorough comparative account of modern study into the rising global phenomenon of cyberbullying
- Provides a global point of view at the occurrence and nature of cyberbullying
- Presents contemporary authoritative examine inside of a severe viewpoint, drawing out theoretical and useful implications for coverage and practice
- May be used to aid layout intervention, assessment, and coverage thoughts for powerful efforts to strive against the foreign phenomenon of cyberbullying
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According to this perspective, bullying should not be interpreted as simply an act of aggression by the bully, but also as an act of communication relative to the identity of both the bully and the victim. The bully, in this sense, without spectators and without followers would not be anyone and would not be recognized as having the identity of a bully. The Internet, as a means of communication, therefore becomes fundamental for “publicizing,” divulging acts of bullying, and “creating” an audience which contributes to strengthening the bully’s identity.
Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives by Qing Li, Donna Cross, Peter K. Smith