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This qualitative study explores the human dimension of two subtypes of bullying in an Australian schooling context. Individuals’ knowledge, understanding, and experiences of covert ( ) and cyber ( ) bullying were explored through stories of what has actually been occurring in and around their...
Building on the research of Chesney, Coyne, Logan, and Madden (2009), this paper examines griefing within the virtual online community of Second Life via an online survey of 86 residents (46% men). Results suggested that griefing was deemed to be an unacceptable, persistent negative behavior...
Cyberbullying has been described as a type of electronic bullying and has recently been subjected to intense media scrutiny largely due to a number of high profile and tragic cases of teen suicide. Despite the media attention relatively little is known about the nature of cyberbullying. This is,...
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