Research Paper On Cyberbullying
This paper focuses on cyberbullying as a specific form of risky behaviour in the Internet environment, which occurs both at pubescents and adolescents, as well as in the adult population. The paper analyses various manifestations and forms of cyberbullying, it focuses both on extortion, threats, humiliation, and various forms of harm to victims through photographs, video or audio materials. It also describes cyberbullying with sexual subtext, within which sexually explicit materials are used to harm the victims. The paper compares the differences between cyberbullying of children and adults, follows different motives for its implementation. The paper uses data from the national research Risks of Internet Communication IV, which was carried out in 2013 throughout the Czech Republic by our team. The research was performed on target group of Czech teens (n=21 000, 11–17 years old). One of the goal of the research was to determine respondents’ experience with cyberbullying from the point of view of victims and aggressors and their will to involve other people in a process of dealing with their problems. The research REC 3 is in its nature mainly descriptive, determined data are mainly quantitative. On-line questionnaire survey was chosen as the basic research method. The questionnaire contained 71 questions of various kinds.
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Writing An Argumentative Research Paper On Cyberbullying
The paper draws on established research to argue that there are two points that need to be better understood: The impact of cyberbullying and the risks associated with lurking on social media.
Question: Cyber bullying research paper
I am a doctoral student writing my dissertation in the area of cyberbullying and was attracted to this seminar because Dr. Hinduja has written so many of the cutting-edge research papers on this topic. His website is the leading site in this field for informative and helpful material for educators, parents, students, and policy makers. His seminar was engaging, educational, and provided participants with a full “tool box” of materials to help understand and begin to address the issue of cyberbullying.
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