Tag Archive | "Hinduja & Patchin"

New Upcoming Comprehensive Work on Cyberbullying — Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

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Projected publishing date - August 15, 2011 from Routledge Books -  is a new, comprehensive guide to cyberbullying, Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives, with chapters by a number of leading experts, and edited by cyberbullying authorities Professors Hinduja and Patchin. Pre-orders of hardbacks are available directly from Routledge, and paperbacks and hardbacks may be pre-ordered through Amazon.com

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Cyberbullying Prevention Resources: Cyberbullying Research Center website

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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We’ve mentioned materials from this website in previous blogs (see “Right Now” Toolkit Resources, and Top Ten Fact Sheets), but it’s such a valuable resource that we wanted to include it “en masse” in this feature on cyberbullying prevention websites.  What makes it such a valuable resource?  Well, to start with …

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Discussing cyberbullying with your children and other children’s parents … conversation “starters”

Thursday, July 8, 2010

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We’ve talked quite a bit on this site about the need to be proactive in engaging in conversation with young people on the issue of cyberbullying, online safety, and digitial citizenship.  Yet we also know that oftentimes those conversations are not easy – it is hard to know where to start, when to start, what [...]

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Cyberbullying and Suicide: Hinduja & Patchin Research

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

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A lot of media attention has recently been given to the subject of young people ending their lives as a result of being bullied and/or cyberbullied (see also our recent blog on this topic).  Profs. Hinduja and Patchin at the Cyberbullying Research Center have just had their paper on Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Suicide accepted for [...]

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Cyber bullying: “Top 10″ Fact Sheets Reviewed

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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Periodically, we will be reviewing the cyber bullying “Fact Sheets” which can be found on various websites, as these are often useful resources to keep readily at hand for educators, parents and students wanting to know more about this topic.  They can be a great way to introduce this complex topic in a manner which does not overwhelm or [...]

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