Narratives in research and interventions on cyberbullying among young people / edited by Heidi Vandebosch, Lelia Green.
Contributor(s): Vandebosch, Heidi [edt] | Green, Lelia [edt] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: TextPublisher: [s. l.] : Springer, 2019Description: VI, 243 str. : graf. prikazi ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9783030049607.Uniform titles: Springer ENIN. Subject(s): metodologija društvenih istraživanja | metode istraživanja | cyber nasilje | nasilje u online okruženjuAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 302.2 Online resources: Online book
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Introduction -- Part 1 Cyberbullying -- Part 2 Narratives -- Part 3 Narrative Research Methods in Cyberbullying Research -- Part 4 Narratives in Cyberbullying Interventions Aimed at Young People -- Part 5 Narratives and Community-level Responses.
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This book describes innovative ways to do research about, and design interventions for, cyberbullying by children and adolescents. It does this by taking a narrative approach. How can narrative research methods complement the mostly quantitative methods (e.g. surveys, experiments, ….) in cyberbullying research ? And how can stories be used to inform young people about the issue and empower them? Throughout the book, special attention is paid to new information and communication technologies, and the opportunities ICTs provide for narrative research (e.g. as a source of naturally occurring stories on cyberbullying), and for narrative health interventions (e.g. via Influencers). The book thus integrates research and insights from the fields of cyberbullying, narrative methods, narrative health communication, and new information and communication technologies.
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