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Cyberbullying in Spain. Findings of the DAPHNE II Programme Project. Rosario Ortega Juan Calmaestra Joaquin Mora-Merchán With the col. of Paz Elipe Rosario Del Rey. METHOD: Sample. 1671 students (7 Secondary and High Schools) Age (M): 14.45 94.1% Owns a Mobile Phone

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Cyberbullying in spain

Cyberbullying in Spain

Findings of the DAPHNE II Programme Project

Rosario Ortega

Juan Calmaestra

Joaquin Mora-Merchán

With the col. of

Paz Elipe

Rosario Del Rey


Method sample

METHOD: Sample

1671 students (7 Secondary and High Schools)

Age (M): 14.45

94.1% Owns a Mobile Phone

82.7% Has access to a Computer


Victims aggressors

VICTIMS & AGGRESSORS

  • Cyberbullying


Victims

VICTIMS

Occa.

Severe

7.5%

3.2%

3.5%

12.4%

0.5%

3.7%

6.2%

1.3%


Age direct bullying

Age Direct Bullying


Age indirect bullying

Age Indirect Bullying


Age v a mobile phone

AgeVía mobile phone

*

*


Age via the internet

Agevia the Internet


Overlapping in victimization experiences

Overlapping in victimization experiences


Emotional profiles only victims

Emotionalprofiles(onlyvictims)

DIRECT BULLYING


Emotional profiles of indirect and cybervictims

EmotionalProfilesof Indirect and Cybervictims

Internet

Indirect Bullying

Mobile phone


Conclusion and discussion

Conclusion and Discussion

  • The emotional profiles of cybervictimitation are similar to the indirect bullying.

  • The cyberbullying could be characterized as an indirect form of bullying (Slonje & Smith, 2008).

  • How can we interpreted the differences found between emotional profiles in direct bullying and in the other types of bullying?

    • Heterogeneity of behaviours included in direct bullying

    • The face-to-face characteristic could make the emotional information in the interactions episodes more “readable”.


Summary

SUMMARY

  • Prevalence of cyberbullying in Spanish young people is still lower than the traditional bullying (nearly half of the traditional cybervictims).

  • Instant Messaging (Internet) and nasty call (mobile phone) are the most common form of cyber-harassment.

  • Gender -as traditional bullying- is important, but age does not follow the traditional trends (to peak on 15 year old using mobil phone and maintenance by using the Internet).

  • Lasting of cybervictimization is shorter than in traditional one.

  • A high numbers of cyberaggressors remain on anonimity (specially using the Internet)

  • An small group of students overlap, suffering all kind, traditional and cyber, victimisation.


Cyberbullying in adolescence investigation and intervention in six european countries

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Cyberbullying in adolescence: investigation and intervention in six European Countries

Rosario Ortega

Rosario Del Rey

Juan Calmaestra

Jose Antonio Casas

Marta Villodre

With collaboration:

Joaquín Mora-Merchán

Paz Elipe


Contributions to daphne iii

Contributions to Daphne III

  • Aims:

    • Investigation

    • Intervention

    • Dissemination


Investigation

Investigation

  • The Spanish team has already collected 1669 Daphne questionnaires from 7 secondary and high schools. Are more necessaries?


Investigation1

Investigation

  • Having in mind the intervention we would like to administrate to the students:

    • Interpersonal Reactivity Index (IRI) on Internet. Adaptation of the Davis (1980, 1983): IRI, validated to study empathy and pro-social behaviour linked

    • CAPIC: Questionnaire about self-steem, prosocial behaviour, internet compulsive use and cyberbullying.

    • Discussing group about positive uses of ICT and about how can be used to cope with cyberbullying.


Intervention

Intervention

  • Based on the pro-social use of Internet.

  • Aims:

    • to develop adolescent pro-social behaviour

    • to reduce adolescent anti-social behaviour

    • to reduce adolescent implication in cyberbullying


Intervention1

Intervention

  • Beginning of October: pre-test in three secondary schools

  • From October until May: develop of the intervention

    • Students

    • Teachers

    • Parents

  • End of May: Pos-test


Material

Material

  • New materials

  • Protocol of cyberbullying designed with a multidisciplinary groups of professionals (EMICI): lawyer, journalist, computer Technician,


Dissemination

Dissemination

  • Edition of material for students, teachers and parents

  • Participation in International Congress:

  • Final seminar

  • Articles


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