Inclusion & Cyberbullying: Which Ultimately Prevails?
Keywords:Bullying, students, victimization, self-esteem
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â School bullying involves a range of aggressive behaviors aimed at causing harm to a person. This phenomenon is increasing in the student population at a global level. The continued evolution of technology and the use of technological tools in everyday life have contributed to the formation of so-called cyberbullying. In particular, increased use of mobile phones, social media, easy and fast internet access and anonymity in the digital world contribute to shaping the phenomenon.
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