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Luker, Julie Marie; Curchack, Barbara C. – Adult Learning, 2017
In this study, we investigated perceptions of cyberbullying within higher education among 1,587 professionals from Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Regardless of country or professional role, participants presented essentially the same bleak picture. Almost half of all participants observed cyberbullying between…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Administrator Attitudes, Bullying
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Washington, Edwina Thomas – Adult Learning, 2015
Bullying is a social problem. The proliferation of electronic technology has provided a new forum for bullies to harm victims. That is, bullies can transmit harmful text messages, photos, or video over the Internet and other digital communication devices to victims. This malpractice of technology-oriented phenomenon known as cyberbullying has…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Bullying, Social Networks, Internet
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Al-Zahrani, Abdulrahman M. – World Journal of Education, 2015
The aim of the current study was to investigate cyberbullying among Saudi's higher-education students. It also aimed to identify possible factors that may impact cyberbullying. A quantitative approach was implemented using an online survey questionnaire distributed to 287 students. The descriptive results indicated that students mainly avoid…
Descriptors: Bullying, Foreign Countries, Information Technology, Statistical Analysis
Haughton, Noela A.; Yeh, Kuo-Chuan; Nworie, John; Romero, Liz – Educational Technology, 2013
As with any innovation, the adoption and diffusion of digital technologies in higher education have also brought unintended consequences. This article discusses the unintended misuse of these technologies in the higher education setting. Depending upon severity, these consequences discussed--distraction, addiction, academic dishonesty, and…
Descriptors: Information Technology, Teaching Methods, Internet, Bullying
Patchin, Justin W., Ed.; Hinduja, Sameer, Ed. – Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2011
Just as the previous generation was raised in front of televisions, adolescents at the turn of the 21st century are being raised in an internet-enabled world where blogs, social networking, and instant messaging are competing with face-to-face and telephone communication as the dominant means through which personal interaction takes place.…
Descriptors: Web Sites, Electronic Publishing, Violence, Prevention
Fogg, Piper – Chronicle of Higher Education, 2008
Academics can be found all over the Internet commiserating about academic bullying, including on "The Chronicle's" own forums and blogs. There are debates over how to resolve bullying, warnings to other scholars, and even primal cries for help. This article describes three blogs on bullying: (1) Historiann (http://www.historiann.com); (2) On…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Web Sites, Electronic Publishing, Bullying
Reigle, Rosemary R. – Online Submission, 2007
The purpose of the research was to define online bullying, determine its incidence in higher education, and survey methods instructors used to respond to those students who use the online forum to intimidate or offend their classmates or instructors. The study extended Tattum and Tattum's (1992) definition of bullying to define the term…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Higher Education, Teaching Experience, School Administration