Cyberbullying in social networking sites and blogs : legal issues for young people and schools
Kift, Sally M., Campbell, Marilyn A., & Butler, Desmond A. (2010) Cyberbullying in social networking sites and blogs : legal issues for young people and schools. Journal of Law, Information and Science, 20(2), pp. 60-97.
This article examines the social networking phenomenon that has been so readily embraced by school-age adolescents, in the context of its potential to contribute further to the mechanisms for and incidence of cyberbullying amongst school students. Cyberbullying in these online for a, as a misuse of technology to harass, intimidate, tease, threaten, abuse or otherwise terrorise peers, teachers and/or the school in general, is discussed from both the psychological perspective and in terms of its legal ramifications (both criminal and civil) in Australia. Some recommendations for proactive and preventative measures, education and policy adoptions are provided, together with general advice to parents, schools and adolescents on awareness of the risks involved and how young people might better protect themselves in light of that knowledge.
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