Cyberbullying: Annotated Bibliography

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Annotated Bibliography
Chaux, Enrique, et al. "Effects Of The Cyberbullying Prevention Program Media Heroes (Medienhelden) On Traditional Bullying." Aggressive Behavior 42.2 (2016): 157-165 9p. CINAHL Plus with Full Text. Web. 14 Apr. 2016. Enrique Chaux, in the article “Effects of the cyberbullying prevention media heroes (medienhelden) on traditional bullying”(2016), analyzes whether programs that prevent bullying can help prevent cyberbullying and whether programs that are used to prevent cyberbullying can help prevent traditional bullying. He supports this by assigning groups to pretest and posttest and control groups. In order to test where the preventions can be connected. the author writes in an formal for the audience.
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Kowalski and Susan P. Limber, in the article “Psychological, Physical, and Academic Correlates of Cyberbullying and Traditional Bullying”(2012), examines the relationship between children and teens experiences with cyberbullying, bullying and physical and psychological health. They support their examinations taking surveys of 931 students grades 6 through 12 about their experiences with cyberbullying. Kowalski and limbers purpose is to inform about the involvement of traditional bullying and cyberbullying. The author writes in an formal tone for the audience including parents, people aware of cyberbullying and …show more content…
"Current Perspectives: The Impact of Cyberbullying on Adolescent Health." Adolescent Health, Medicine and Therapeutics. Dove Medical Press, 01 Aug. 2014. Web. 14 Apr. 2016. Charisse L Nixon, in the article “Current perspectives: the impact of cyberbullying on adolescent health” (2014), asserts that cyberbullying has become a health concern among adolescent and it derives a further study. She supports this by providing statistics of young people reporting victimization by means of cyberbullying. Nixon’s purpose is to inform the readers about how dangerous cyberbullying can really be. The author writes in a formal tone for the audience .

Schacter, Hannah L., Shayna Greenberg, and Jaana Juvonen. "Full Length Article: Who's To Blame?: The Effects Of Victim Disclosure On Bystander Reactions To Cyberbullying." Computers In Human Behavior 57.(2016): 115-121. ScienceDirect. Web. 14 Apr. 2016. Hannah Schacter, Shayna Greenberg, and Jaana Juvonen, in the article “Full Length Article: Who's to blame?: The effects of victim Disclosure on Bystander Reactions to Cyberbullying”(2016), claims that bystanders are less likely to intervene online compared to offline bullying. They support this claim by creating an experiment and examining how cybervictims’ disclosures on Facebook influence the bystanders empathy. The purpose is inform how bystanders can effect cyberbullying situation. The author writes an informal way to connect with the

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