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Authors: Mona O Moore and Stephen James Minton (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland) 
Book Description:
Good indications as to the incidence rates concerning bullying, aggressive behaviour and violence in schools have been developed both in Ireland and internationally. This book presents and discusses a study of 2,794 students from eight post-primary schools in the Republic of Ireland who completed a specially-designed 38-item questionnaire, administered according to standardised instructions by class teachers in normal school time. Across the sample, around one in seven students reported having been cyber-bullied over the past couple of months, and around one in eleven reported having taken part in the cyber-bullying of others at school within the past couple of months. This research study confirms that the incidence of cyber-bullying amongst post-primary students in schools in Ireland is significant, and that its seriousness as an issue should not be underestimated.



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Table of Contents:
INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1. DEFINING CYBER-BULLYING;pp. 3-6

CHAPTER 2. TEXT-MESSAGE (SMS) BULLYING: THE EVIDENCE;pp. 7-8

CHAPTER 3. WEB-BASED BULLYING: THE EVIDENCE;pp. 9-10

CHAPTER 4. WHAT CAN AND SHOULD BE DONE ABOUT CYBER-BULLYING;pp. 11-12

CHAPTER 5. CYBER-BULLYING: THE RESPONSE IN IRELAND;pp. 13-18

CHAPTER 6. METHODOLOGY;pp. 19-20

CHAPTER 7. PARTICIPANTS;pp. 21-22

CHAPTER 8. MATERIALS AND PROCEDURE;pp. 23-24

CHAPTER 9. RESULTS;pp. 25-34

CHAPTER 10. DISCUSSION;pp. 35-42

INDEX

   Series:
      Internet Theory, Technology and Applications
      Children's Issues, Laws and Programs
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 5.5 x 8.5
   ISBN: 978-1-61728-380-2
   Status: AV
  
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PP Page Proofs
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EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
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