Palgrave studies in cybercrime and cybersecurity.
This book brings together an international group of experts to present the latest psychosocial and developmental criminological research on cyberbullying, cybervictimization and intervention. With contributions from a wide range of European countries, including Cyprus, Greece, Ireland, Italy, France, Hungary, Spain, and the United Kingdom, as well as from Canada and the USA, this authoritative volume explores the nature, risk factors, and prevalence of cyberbullying among children and adolescents. A particularly original focus is directed towards the Tabby project (Threat Assessment of online Bullying Behaviour among Youngsters), an intervention programme based on the threat and risk assessment approach which seeks to prevent the occurrence of violence and its recidivism. Presenting cutting-edge research on developmental criminology and legal psychology, International Perspectives on Cyberbullying is a comprehensive resource for practitioners, teachers, parents, and researchers, as well as scholars of criminology, psychology, and education. .
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Part I Cyberbullying, Cybervictimisation and Risk Factors Chapter 1. Cyberbullying and Cybervictimisation; Anna Costanza Baldry, David P. Farrington, and Catherine Blaya Chapter 2. The Tabby Online Project: The Threat Assessment of Bullying Behaviours Online approach; Anna Costanza Baldry, David P. Farrington, and Catherine Blaya, and Anna Sorrentino Part II International Perspectives on Cyberbullying Chapter 3. Cyberbullying in Canada; Julia Riddell, Debra Pepler, and Wendy Craig Chapter 4. Cyberbullying in the United States; Dorothy L. Espelage, Jun Sung Hong, and Alberto Valido Chapter 5. Cyberbullying in the United Kingdom and Ireland; Hannah Gaffney and David P. Farrington Part III The Implementation of the EU Project for Risk Assessment of Cyberbullying: the Tabby Project Chapter 6. Cyberbullying in Cyprus; Andreas Kapardis and George Poyiadjis Chapter 7. Cyberbullying in France; Catherine Blaya Chapter 8. Cyberbullying in Greece; Anna Sorrentino and Christina Athanasiades hapter 9. Cyberbullying in Hungary; Katalin Parti, Andrea Schmidt, and Bálint Néray Chapter 10. Cyberbullying in Italy; Anna Sorrentino, Anna Costanza Baldry, and Sonya Cacace Chapter 11. Cyberbullying in Spain; Juan Calmaestra, Tatiana García-Vélez, and Antonio Maldonado Part IV Conclusions Chapter 12. Conclusions and Policy Recommendations; Anna Costanza Baldry, Catherine Blaya, David P. Farrington.
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