Sameer and I have long been interested in the connection between cyberbullying and offline behaviors. Nearly fifteen years ago we published a paper which found preliminary evidence that youth who had been cyberbullied were more at risk to engage in school violence and delinquency. We framed this possible relationship from the perspective of General Strain… […]
I trust by now that you’ve at least heard of TikTok, the fledgling short-form video app that has been around since 2016 but has exploded in popularity since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. With at least two billion downloads and at least 800 million active users (and probably way more), its reach seems to… […]
This resource provides tips for health care professionals (pediatricians, school nurses, etc.) to help them identify and care for students who may have experienced cyberbullying. The post Cyberbullying: Top Ten Tips for Health Care Providers appeared first on Cyberbullying Research Center.
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This tool is a creation of the Culturally Relevant Computing Lab at Morehouse College. The lab is directed by Dr. Kinnis Gosha, Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department.
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