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Cyberbullying within higher education: are educators misinformed?

Posted on 15 Sep 2015 with 0 comments
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Research into cyberbullying in higher education found that respondents recognized it as an issue among college students, but believed it to be more serious at other institutions than their own, suggesting that group-serving bias affected responses. The research results are serving to inform institutional leaders regarding what their constituents understand about cyberbullying within higher education, as well as decision making, training needs, and policy on campuses.


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