The Presence of Cyberbullying among College Populations: Reactions and Perceptions
Many sources reveal that cyberbullying is a serious problem, which can lead to devastating repercussions (e.g. poor academic performance, isolation, depression, and suicide). Much research has been directed towards adolescent bullying and victimization; however, there is a gap in the literature related to college-level opinions and responses to cyberbullying. Since prior studies indicate that cyberbullying is not isolated only to high school students, it is imperative for research to identify the impact cyberbullying has on other populations including college students.
Join Dr. Kristen Sobba in Sadie's Place Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at Noon for a presentation where she addresses college-level reactions and perceptions of cyberbullying followed by a discussion of proposed harm reduction strategies.
This presentation is part of Kent Library’s monthly Athenaeum series, located in Sadie’s Place on the main floor of Kent Library. All presentations in the Athenaeum series are free and open to the public.