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Title: Electronic aggression among adolescents: An old house with a new facade (or even a number of houses)
Authors: Pyżalski, Jacek
Keywords: cyberbullying
cyberbullying
agresja elektroniczna
electronic aggression
adolescenci
adolescent
bullying
bullying
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: IGI Global - Disseminator of Knowledge Since 1988
Citation: Pyżalski, J. (2011) Electronic aggression among adolescents: An old house with a new facade (or even a number of houses). In C. Hällgren, E. Dunkels, G-M. Frånberg (red.), Youth culture and net culture: Online social practices, Hershey, PA, IGI Global, pp. 278-295.
Abstract: The chapter is focused on the problem of electronic aggression (conducted via the Internet or mobilephones) in the context of young people as potential victims and perpetrators of such aggression. The text addresses two main issues: the potential novelty of electronic aggression and its potential distinctive features and the diversity of electronic aggression acts (with a proposal of typology). The first aspect is analyzed through the new model – ABACUS that could be used to compare electronic and traditional aggression. The chapter presents also a typology of electronic aggression based on the victim’s identity and his/her relationship with a young person who is a perpetrator. The presented theories and discussions are illustrated with new data from two Polish projects on students and teachers experiences with electronic aggression.
Description: This chapter/paper appears in Youth culture and net culture: Online social practices edited by C. Hällgren, E. Dunkels, G-M. Frånberg Copyright 2011, IGI Global, www.igi-global.com. Posted by permission of the publisher
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/5741
ISBN: 978-1-60960-209-3
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