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Journal of Youth and Adolescence

May 2013 Volume 42, Number 5

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Cyber Bullying and Physical Bullying in Adolescent Suicide: The Role of Violent Behavior and Substance Use

    Brett J. Litwiller & Amy M. Brausch

    The impact of bullying in all forms on the mental health and safety of adolescents is of particular interest, especially in the wake of new methods of bullying that victimize youths through... More

    pp. 675-684

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  2. Individual and Contextual Predictors of Cyberbullying: The Influence of Children's Provictim Attitudes and Teachers' Ability to Intervene

    L Christian Elledge, Anne Williford, Aaron J. Boulton, Kathryn J. DePaolis, Todd D. Little & Christina Salmivalli

    Electronic social communication has provided a new context for children to bully and harass their peers and it is clear that cyberbullying is a growing public health concern in the US and abroad.... More

    pp. 698-710

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  3. Does One Size Fit All? Ethnic Differences in Parenting Behaviors and Motivations for Adolescent Engagement in Cyberbullying

    Jennifer D. Shapka & Danielle M. Law

    Cyberbullying has become a growing concern for adolescents. This study examined differences in cyber-aggression for 518 Canadian adolescents of either East Asian or European descent (61% female; M ... More

    pp. 723-738

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  4. Is Cyberbullying Worse than Traditional Bullying? Examining the Differential Roles of Medium, Publicity, and Anonymity for the Perceived Severity of Bullying

    Fabio Sticca & Sonja Perren

    Cyberbullying, a modern form of bullying performed using electronic forms of contact (e.g., SMS, MMS, Facebook, YouTube), has been considered as being worse than traditional bullying in its... More

    pp. 739-750

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