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Cyberbullying on the rise at Canadian universities


By Vivian Luk Cyberbullies have grown up. Research out of Simon Fraser University suggests that the online abuse that has been so prevalent on the teenage battlefield is carrying through to the arena of adults at Canadian universities. Papers to be presented at a symposium in Vancouver on Wednesday say that undergraduate students are harassing their peers on social media, ... Read More »

Symposium: Cyberbullying at Canadian universities

Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue

“Cyberbullying is increasingly becoming a problem in higher education, negatively affecting students, faculty and staff,” says SFU education professor Wanda Cassidy. She invites students, faculty, staff, administrators and policymakers in higher education to attend Cyberbullying at Canadian Universities: Linking Research, Practice and Policy, a free symposium on Wednesday, March 12, 8:30 a.m.- 4:40 p.m. at the Morris J Wosk Centre ... Read More »

Researchers aim to get the root of cyberbullying


A study which aims to better understand teenagers’ experiences of cyberbullying is being launched at Nottingham Trent University. Cyberbullying and victimisation is on the increase – with most young people having experienced it at some point – and the researchers want to know more about how it is being carried out and the reasons behind it. Cyberbullying among teenagers has ... Read More »

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