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Title Cyberbullying at university in international contexts / edited by Wanda Cassidy, Chantal Faucher, Margaret Jackson
Edition 1st
Published London : Routledge, 2018
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Contents List of Tables Foreword -- Peter Smith Preface Introduction: Context, Framework, and Perspective Wanda Cassidy, Chantal Faucher, and Margaret Jackson Part I -- Nature and Extent 1. Cyberbullying Among University Students in France: Prevalence, Consequences, Coping and Intervention Strategies Catherine Blaya 2. Relationships Among University Students / Faculty and Cyberbullying in Japan Tomoyuki Kanetsuna, Ikuko Aoyama, and Yuichi Toda 3. Experiences of Cyberbullying at a Chilean University: The Voice of Students Rayén Condeza, Gonzalo Gallardo, and Pablo Reyes Pérez 4. MySpace or Yours?: An Exploratory Study of Homophobic and Transphobic Cyberbullying of Post-Secondary Students Aynsley Pescitelli 5
Power in the Tower: The Gendered Nature of Cyberbullying Among Students and Faculty at Canadian Universities Chantal Faucher, Wanda Cassidy, and Margaret Jackson 6. Cyberbullying Within Working Contexts Iain Coyne and Samuel Farley Part II -- Impacts 7. From Traditional Bullying to Cyberbullying: Cybervictimization Among Higher Education Students Elisa Larrañaga, Santiago Yubero, Raúl Navarro, and Anastasio Ovejero 8. "You need a thick skin ... ": Impacts of Cyberbullying in Canadian Universities Wanda Cassidy, Chantal Faucher, and Margaret Jackson 9. Student-to-Faculty Targeted Cyberbullying: The Impact on Faculty Lida Blizard Part III -- Solutions 10. In the E-Presence of Others: Understanding and Developing Constructive Cyber-bystander Action Loraleigh Keashly 11
The Fairness Lens: A University Ombudsperson's Perspective on Building a Kinder Online Culture on Campus Natalie Sharpe 12. Designing Healthy and Supportive Campus Communities: An Example from Simon Fraser University Tara Black 13. Preventive Measures Against Cyberbullying at a University in Japan Kenichi Kanayama and Shinji Kurihara 14. Intervening Against Workplace Cyberbullying Samuel Farley and Iain Coyne Part IV -- Policy 15. Cyberbullying in the Australian University Context: The Shades of Harm and Implications for Law and Policy Colette Langos and Mark Giancaspro 16. What's Policy Got to do with It? The Focus on Cyberbullying Policy at the University Level Margaret Jackson, Chantal Faucher, and Wanda Cassidy 17. Faculty Members Who Are Bullies Jon Driver 18
Summary Cyberbullying is a problem that is being increasingly investigated by researchers, however, much of the cyberbullying research literature to date has focused on children and youth. Cyberbullying at University in International Contexts fills the gap in the research literature by examining the nature, extent, impacts, proposed solutions, and policy and practice considerations of bullying in the cyber-world at post-secondary institutions, where reports of serious cyberbullying incidents have become more prevalent. This book brings together cutting-edge research from around the world to examine the issue of cyberbullying through a multi-disciplinary lens, offering an array of approaches, interpretations, and solutions. It is not solely focused on cyberbullying by and against students, but also includes cyberbullying by and against faculty members, and permutations involving both students and faculty, as well as institutional staff, presenting perspectives from students, practitioners and senior university policy makers. It draws on research from education, criminology, psychology, sociology, communications, law, health sciences, social work, humanities, labour studies and is valuable reading for graduate students in these fields. It is also essential reading for policymakers, practitioners and University administrators who recognize their responsibility to provide a healthy workplace for their staff, as well as a safe and respectful environment for their students
Notes Cyberbullying in the Sheltering Darkness of Digital Anonymity Dov Schafer Reflections and Conclusions Wanda Cassidy, Chantal Faucher, and Margaret Jackson
Subject Bullying in universities and colleges.
College students.
Bullying in universities and colleges.
Chantal Faucher.
College students.
Cyberbullying at University in International Contexts.
Internet addiction.
Margaret Jackson.
Wanda Cassidy.
bullying at university.
online aggression.
online harassment.
online safety.
online socialization.
online victimization.
peer support.
positive online experiences.
post-secondary education.
restorative practice.
school bullying.
social networks.
social withdrawal.
university faculty.
workplace bullying.
Form Electronic book
Author Cassidy, Wanda, editor.
Faucher, Chantal, editor.
Jackson, Margaret, editor.
ISBN 1315189402