Cyberbullying: legal implications for schools

Marilyn Campbell, Donna Cross, Barbara Spears, Phillip Slee

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Abstract

Most educators are now aware that cyberbullying is bullying through the use of technology. This new form of bullying makes use of the diverse range of technology now available including email, texting, chat rooms, mobile phones, mobile phone cameras, i-pods and websites. Cyberbullying shares many of the same attributes as face-to-face bullying such as a power imbalance which causes a sense of helplessness on the part of the victim, repetition and the intent to hurt.
Original languageEnglish
JournalCentre for Strategic Education Occasional Papers
Issue number118
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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