Saturday, July 11, 2015

Online Classmates or Bystanders? - Carl Straumsheim, Inside Higher Ed

The more students who witness cyberbullying in an online setting -- for example, in an online course -- the less likely those students are to take a stand against it, a new study suggests. The report, published in this quarter’s edition of Communication Monographs, explores how witnesses choose to act -- or not act -- in response to cyberbullying. Its findings suggest college students’ ability to intervene in cyberbullying changes depending on the number of other students witnessing the bullying, their perception of their own anonymity and how close they feel to the victim, among other factors. https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2015/07/01/study-examines-bystander-behavior-cyberbullying-cases

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