The central role that the Internet now plays in the life of children has transformed everything about bullying between youth in the First World. Three features characterize cyberbullying: it evolves rapidly, adults differ fundamentally from children in their use of the Internet, and children are comfortable with technology but ignorant about the psychological impact of their online behaviors and the dangers to which they expose themselves and their families. This presentation will review the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center’s innovative and aggressive approach to researching and addressing both bullying and cyberbullying.
Englander, E.K. and Muldowney, A. (2007, October). Just turn the darn thing off: Understanding cyberbullying. In D. L. White, B. C. Glenn, and A. Wimes (Eds.), Proceedings of Persistently Safe Schools: The 2007 National Conference on Safe Schools, 83–92. Washington, DC: Hamilton Fish Institute, George Washington University.
Virtual Commons Citation
Englander, Elizabeth K. and Muldowney, Amy M. (2007). Just Turn the Darn Thing Off: Understanding Cyberbullying.. In MARC Publications. Paper 12.
Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/marc_pubs/12