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Cyber Bullying: Global and Local Practices on Awareness Raising

Cyber Bullying: Global and Local Practices on Awareness Raising
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Author(s): Emıne Nılufer Pembecıoglu (Istanbul University, Turkey) and Hatıce Irmaklı (Istanbul University, Turkey)
Copyright: 2020
Pages: 30
Source title: Developing Safer Online Environments for Children: Tools and Policies for Combatting Cyber Aggression
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Information Resources Management Association (USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1684-3.ch007


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Cyber bullying is a serious and newly arising problem of today's world due to the negative intentions in using the recent technological improvements. However, despite its being a relatively new area, a significant number of studies conducted on this issue can be found. This chapter provides a general overview of the current literature with exemplary research to present some insight into the global and local practices in relation to any possible solution of prevention/intervention program for the cyber bullying problem. The global scale involves many studies of various scholars from several countries with different focuses while the local scale concentrates on the case of Turkey and the same of Turkish students or teachers.

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