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Impact Factor SJIF 2021(IJMR 8.047 & IJRD 8.013) Received,  DOI available on request to article , Indexed in Crossref Check ,ISI  Check. -Review Status: 2 Days, Online Publication: 1 Day, E-Certificate: Immediately-Submission Open for OCTOBER 2021 . Submit    
Vol : 7 , Issue : 5 , Month : May , Year : 2021
Journal Name : EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)
Title : CYBER BULLYING AND VICTIMIZATION: A META ANALYTIC REVIEW
DOI : https://doi.org/10.36713/epra6594
Author names : Nasla V.S, Nayana Mohan, Sannet Thomas
Abstract : Cyber bullying has become a critical social issue, which severely threatens children and adolescents’ physical and psychological health. Cyber bullying has evolved from the increasing use of technology, specifically electronic communication and social networking. These findings enhance our understanding of the rates of occurrence of bullying, cyber bullying and victimization. Cyber bullying is defined as a means of bullying in which peers use electronic devices "to taunt, insult, threaten, harass, and/or intimidate a peer" (Raskauskas & Stoltz, 2007, p. 565). With the growth of information and communication technology (ICT), bullying has expanded into the technological realm. Labelled as cyber bullying, individuals are utilizing technology, such as cellphones and the internet, to bully and cause harassment to others with the intention of causing harm. Ten studies which met the inclusion criteria were selected for this study.Findings of the study shows that it has an impact on both psychological and socio demographic problem.
Keywords : cyber bullying victimization, media effects, meta-analysis, social cognition,cyber bullying perpetration
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