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School Psychology International

October 2012 Volume 33, Number 5

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Cyberbullying: An Increasing Challenge for Schools

    Nandoli von Marees & Franz Petermann

    The use of information and communication technology (ICT) has not only brought advantages to mankind. One downside is the emergence and increase of cyberbullying in schools. Affecting students of... More

    pp. 467-476

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  2. Revisiting Cyberbullying in Schools Using the Quality Circle Approach

    Simone Paul, Peter K. Smith & Herbert H. Blumberg

    An earlier study reported the use of Quality Circles (QC) in a UK school in the context of understanding and reducing bullying and cyberbullying. Here, we report further work in the same school... More

    pp. 492-504

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  3. "Under the Radar": Educators and Cyberbullying in Schools

    Wanda Cassidy, Karen Brown & Margaret Jackson

    Educators play an important role in preventing cyberbullying and encouraging positive online behaviour. In this article we report on the educator portion of a study of cyberbullying at two large,... More

    pp. 520-532

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