Research Anthology on Combating Cyber-Aggression and Online Negativity

  • 40h 24m
  • Information Resources Management Association (IRMA)
  • IGI Global
  • 2022

The advent of the internet and social media were landmarks in furthering communication technologies. Through social media websites, families, friends, and communities could connect in a way never seen. Though these websites are helpful tools in facilitating positive interaction, they have also allowed users to verbally attack and bully each other with no fear of repercussion. Moreover, online predators will often use these tools to harass, stalk, and in some cases even lure their victims. Particularly rampant among adolescents, these harmful actions must be mitigated in order to safeguard the mental health and physical safety of users.

The Research Anthology on Combating Cyber-Aggression and Online Negativity discusses the research behind cyber-aggression and cyber bullying, as well as methods to predict and prevent online negativity. It presents policy, technological, and human intervention practices against cyber-aggression. Covering topics such as media literacy, demographic variables, and workplace cyberbullying, this major reference work is a critical resource for students and educators of higher education, libraries, social media administrators, government organizations, K-12 teachers, computer scientists, sociologists, psychologists, human resource managers, researchers, and academicians.

About the Author

Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) is a research-based professional organization dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of information resources management in modern organizations. IRMA's primary purpose is to promote the understanding, development and practice of managing information resources as key enterprise assets among IRM/IT professionals. IRMA brings together researchers, practitioners, academicians, and policy makers in information technology management from over 50 countries.

In this Book

  • What is Cyberbullying?
  • Cyberbullying Victims, Perpetrators, and Bystanders
  • The Nature of Cyberbullying Among Youths
  • Topical Issues on Cyberbullying Prevention
  • Civility in Social Spaces—A Pedagogical Reflection
  • Assessment and Civility—Using Ethos as a Tool
  • Codifying Civility on Campus for Employees and Students—An International Perspective
  • Predicting Online Aggression—The Net Bully, Net Power, and Net Importance Scales
  • Social Network Security Risks and Vulnerabilities in Corporate Environments
  • Auto-Detection of Human Factor Contents on Social Media Posts Using Word2vec and Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM)
  • Internet Practices and Differences in Youths’ Acceptability of Online Verbal Violence
  • Personality Factors Predicting Cyberbullying and Online Harassment
  • Structure-Based Analysis of Different Categories of Cyberbullying in Dynamic Social Network
  • How Theoretical Frameworks Inform the Understanding of the Relationship Between Gender and Cyberbullying
  • A Cyberbullying Portfolio for School Social Educators
  • Encountering New Risks in Educating Children in the Contemporary Society—The Risk of Cyberbullying
  • Adolescent Co-Researchers Design Media Literacy Lessons to Address Cyberbullying Through Design Thinking—Encouraging Passive Bystanders to Protect Cyber-Victims
  • Setting Anti-Cyberbullying Legal Policies
  • Disruptions to the Workplace Exploring the Policies and Legal Cases of Online Sexual Harassment—Policies and Laws About Online Sexual Harassment
  • Social and Legislative Issues in Handling Cyberbullying in India
  • A Novel Ripple and Cyber Bullies Data Disclose (RACYBDD) Framework to Protect Images on Social Media
  • The Challenges of Digital Citizenship
  • Online Social Networks Misuse, Cyber Crimes, and Counter Mechanisms
  • Distance Learning and Social Issues—Opportunities and Challenges in Preventing Violence
  • Development of the Internet Literacy Indicator for Students (ILAS) and Longitudinal Analysis of Scores
  • Adolescents, Third-Person Perception, and Facebook
  • Intimate Partner Cyber Abuse Viewed Through the Lens of Criminology
  • Combating the Exploitation of Children in Cyberspace—Technical Mechanisms to Protect Children from Sexual Content
  • Cyber Bullying and Violence Literacy in the Context of Digitalization
  • AI-Based Cyberbullying Prevention in 5G Networks
  • Research Journey of Hate Content Detection from Cyberspace
  • Tech That, Bully!—Defeating Cyberbullying With its Own Weapons
  • Description and Initial Analysis of Cyberbullying Dataset
  • In-Person Video and Peer-Delivered Approaches to Cyberbullying Prevention
  • Mapping Cyberbullying and Workplace Cyberbullying—A Road Towards Understanding Research Gaps in the Indian Context
  • Communication on Social Network Sites—Assessing Cyberbullying Among Young Women in Nairobi, Kenya – Case of Facebook Platform
  • The Human Rights-Based Approach to Combat Cyberbullying Against Women and Girls
  • Explicit Content—An Investigation of Online Sexual Harassment
  • Workplace Cyberbullying—A Nuanced Definition, Significant Consequences, and Collective Solutions
  • Compassion and Empathy as Transformative Intervention Approaches—The Management of Cyberbullying Issues Among Working Professionals
  • Negative Psychological Outcomes Associated with Emerging Adults’ Cyber Aggression Involvement
  • Do They Truly Intend to Harm Their Friends?—The Motives Beyond Cyberbullying Among University Students
  • The Relationships Between Cyberbullying, Sexting, and College Student Well-Being
  • Educational Approaches for Tackling Cyberbullying
  • Teachers as Models of Internet Use
  • Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Interventions in Schools
  • Prevention of Cyberbullying at Schools
  • iCitizen—Promoting Technology Safety and Digital Citizenship in School Counseling
  • Cybercitizens at Schools
  • Multidimensional Mappings of Political Accounts for Malicious Political Socialbot Identification—Exploring Social Networks, Geographies, and Strategic Messaging
  • A Historic First—The President of the United States as/is a Cyberbully
  • The Dark Side of Engaging With Social Networking Sites (SNS)
  • Stress, Coping, and Social Media Use
  • Cyberbullying and Social Networking Sites
  • Understanding Cyberbullying and Where We Go from Here
  • Cyberbullying in the Workplace
  • The Meaning, Prevalence, and Outcomes of Cyberbullying in the Workplace
  • Civility Values and Cyberbullying Prevention in the Digital Workspace—How to Foster an Ethical Climate of Respect
  • Social Media Bullying in the Workplace—Impacts on Motivation, Productivity, and Workplace Culture
  • The Internet Never Forgets—Image-Based Sexual Abuse and the Workplace
  • Welcome to Academia, Expect Cyberbullying—Contrapower and Incivility in Higher Education
  • Pedagogy in a Potentially Hostile Online Environment
  • Fifty Shades of Pretty and Thin—Psychological Research on Gender Stereotypes in Media and Advertising
  • Sexting Behaviors Among Adolescents and Adults—Prevalence and Correlates Within Romantic Relationships
  • Psychological Impact and Assessment of Youth for the Use of Social Network
  • Cyberbullying in Relation to Empathy and Friendship Quality
  • Individual, Social, and Occupational Effects of Cyberbullying During Adolescence
  • The Effects of Social Learning and Internet Ethics of College Students Engaging in Cyberbullying Behavior in Taiwan
  • Cyberstalking Victimization and Perpetration Among Young Adults—Prevalence and Correlates
  • Cyberbullying Among Adolescent Students in Light of Some Demographic Variables
  • How Nigerian Junior Secondary School Students Perceive Internet Child Exploitation
  • Preventing Cyberbullying and Online Harassment
  • Moral Disengagement and Cyber Bullying, a Mediator Role of Emphatic Tendency
  • Organizational Activity—Cultural-Historical Perspectives on Workplace Cyberbullying Prevention
  • Workplace Cyberbullying and Online Harassment as an Organizational Threat—Exploring the Negative Organizational Outcomes
  • Workplace Cyberbullying and Its Impact on Productivity
  • Professor and Victim—Cyberbullying Targeting Professors in the Higher Education Workplace
  • Trolling in the Cultural and Creative Industries
  • Cybercrime Research—A Review of Research Themes, Frameworks, Methods, and Future Research Directions
  • A Survey on Emerging Cyber Crimes and Their Impact Worldwide
  • Cyberbullying from a Research Viewpoint—A Bibliometric Approach
  • Support for Cyberbullying Victims and Actors—A Content Analysis of Facebook Groups Fighting Against Cyberbullying
  • Psychological Benefits and Detrimental Effects of Online Social Networking
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