A cross-national perspective on cyberbullying among school pupils in Northern Ireland: A supplement to Mora-Merchan and Jäger (2011).
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Citation:Mc Guckin, C., Crowley, N., & Lewis, C. A., A cross-national perspective on cyberbullying among school pupils in Northern Ireland: A supplement to Mora-Merchan and Jäger (2011)., Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, 5, 5, 2013, 168 - 176
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The aim of the present study was to provide a review of the current knowledge regarding cyberbullying in the Northern Ireland school system. There is great value in exploring cyberbullying from a cross-national perspective. Whilst recent literature presents cross-national perspectives on the nature, incidence, correlates, and prevention of cyberbullying, encompassing a wide range of countries, Northern Ireland is not included. Given its volatile social, ethnic, and religious history, Northern Ireland may potentially be an important addition to such cross-national perspectives.
Author: MCGUCKIN, CONOR
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Series/Report no:Current Research Journal of Social Sciences
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