Cyber Bullying : Alternative Education For Children And Youth
The authors, professors of criminal justice at the University of North Texas, analyze several cases in which schools and law enforcement deal with cyber bullying. They review previous studies, discuss existing prevention strategies of school efforts and law enforcement, and also report some shortcomings of existing laws in combating cyber crime. The authors rely on lots of literature to overview the problem of cyber bullying and review previous empirical studies about cyber bullying. Considering that the article focuses on school efforts and law enforcement to combat cyber bullying, the intended audience is likely to be school faculty and lawmakers. The research may have important implications for lawmakers to improve existing laws to prevent cybercrime. I found this article by searching the database of Academic Search Premier with the search string combat +cyberbullying.
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The authors, who are researchers engaged in psychology from the Freie Universitat in Berlin and University of Oxford, conduct a longitudinal study among 722 participants to examine…