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EEO. 2012; 11(2): 369-380


On Being Cyber Bully and Victim among Primary School Students

Tuncay AYAS,Mehmet Barış HORZUM.

Abstract
The aim of this research is to study the cyber bullying and victim incidents among primary school students. A total of 413 students studying in Trabzon city center during the second term of 2010-2011 academic-year constitute the study group of the research. Cyber bullying and victim questionnaire was used to determine the cyber bullying and victim incidences among the students in the research. As a result of the study, it was determined that 18,6% of the students fall victim to cyber bullying and 11,6% of them display the cyber bullying behaviors. In the research, it was found than students studying in 8th grade display more cyber bullying behaviors than the students in other grades and 6th grade students suffer more from cyber bullying. It was found that the students in the research get involved in cyber bullying and fall victim to such behaviors mostly while using msn and chat rooms.

Key words: cyber bully, cyber victim, primary school student






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