An exploratory study of cyber bullying with undergraduate university students.

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What is the title of the article? Who are the authors? What universities do they

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What is the primary variable understudy? Please present the definition of the

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An Exploratory Study of Cyberbullying with Undergraduate University Students

Cyberbullying has over the past decade become a major threat among millennials with the consequences of the vice leading to emotional turmoil, anger, and decreased self-esteem. Based on this, Carol M. Walker from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Beth Rajan Sockman from East Stroudsburg University and Steven Koehn from East Stroudsburg University conducted a study and co-authored a paper titled An Exploratory Study of Cyberbullying with Undergraduate University Students. In this study, the authors set out to evaluate instances of cyberbullying both direct and indirect as experienced by undergraduate university students while investigating the forms of technology utilized in cyberbullying.

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