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Web-based youth communities in the light of cyberspace psychology

Eugenia Kovatcheva, Piet Kommers
2004 International Journal of Web Based Communities  
This study is focused on the chief features of web-based life in web-based communities. Web-based youth communities are capable of mirroring the behaviour of people in virtual reality.  ...  The internet new media creates new types of communities -online or web-based communities in virtual reality. Everyone, to a certain degree, is involved in building and creating online communities.  ...  Web-based youth communities in the light of cyberspace psychology are mirrors people's behaviour in virtual reality.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwbc.2004.004798 fatcat:kfffuty5grhtphf75asy7vur5e

Extending the School Grounds?-Bullying Experiences in Cyberspace

Jaana Juvonen, Elisheva F. Gross
2008 Journal of School Health  
METHODS: An anonymous Web-based survey was conducted with one thousand four hundred fifty-four 12-to 17-year-old youth.  ...  When controlling for Internet use, repeated school-based bullying experiences increased the likelihood of repeated cyberbullying more than the use of any particular electronic communication tool.  ...  First, based on the single item assessing the number of incidents encountered within the past year, 72% of the youth reported having experienced at least 1 incident of bullying in cyberspace, and 77% of  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1746-1561.2008.00335.x pmid:18786042 fatcat:olz43kgikbhtzmu44lywdqh5da

The 'digital native' in context: tensions associated with importing Web 2.0 practices into the school setting

Charles Crook
2012 Oxford Review of Education  
By arguing for more attention to be paid to the intersection of youth design identity formation and digital media in the field of communication design, this provocation piece argues for there to be a greater  ...  Communication design students today have grown up 'digital' and for many, interactions with cyberspace begin in early childhood.  ...  In light of these technology changes, this provocation piece argues for more attention to be paid to the convergence of youth identity formation and the use of digital media in the field of communication  ... 
doi:10.1080/03054985.2011.577946 fatcat:344ax57ddne5tahp5suowv4h7m

Cyber-Crime and Cyber Security Perception in Nigeria

J.A. Sarumi, Department of Computer Science Lagos State University of Science & Technology Ikorodu, Lagos State, Nigeria
2022 Advances in Multidisciplinary & Scientific Research Journal Publication  
These crimes, known as cybercrimes, generally occur in the virtual community of the Internet or in cyberspace.  ...  We explore the various types of cybercrimes in Nigeria, their causes, effects and perception of cyber crimes and cyber security among users of the cyberspace Keywords: Cyber-crime, Countermeasures, Fraud  ...  In other words, each of us tends to perceive and then decide communication message in the light of our previous experiences and current disposition, needs, belief and memories, (Alfred and Anslem, 2013  ... 
doi:10.22624/aims/bhi/v8n1p2 fatcat:oasahsmbxvdszchsed3rp3tgfu

The Cyberpsychology Factors of Internet Addiction among School Teenagers

Siti Hajar Mohd Yusof, Siti Hajar Othman
2018 International Journal of Innovative Computing  
Overuse the internet may lead to an individual psychology include mental and emotional.  ...  The field of cyberpsychology is the fastest growing technology and closely related to the study of cyber behavior.  ...  Web-based youth communities in the light of cyber psychology Eugenia Kovatcheva 2004 Focused on web-based youth communities are capable of mirroring the behavior of people in virtual reality  ... 
doi:10.11113/ijic.v8n3.193 fatcat:3jvkyqyul5ftllvq7i4gxlcy2q

Cyber Law: Provisions and Anticipation

Taraq HussainSheakh
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Cyber law is a term used to portray the permissible issues related to the use of communication technology, predominantly "cyberspace", i.e. internet.  ...  In essence, cyber law is an endeavor to amalgamate the challenges presented by human bustle on the internet with bequest system of laws applicable to the physical world.  ...  Secondly, the existing laws of India, even with the most benevolent and liberal interpretation, could not be interpreted in the light of the emerging cyberspace, to include all aspects relating to different  ... 
doi:10.5120/8432-2204 fatcat:f4o3idvryrel7ev3df5kb53ri4

Page 5602 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 84, Issue 12 [page]

1997 Psychological Abstracts  
: web sites and belief structures of the radicals © approaching the other © interactive relationships in cyberspace 5602  ...  as naive techno-utopians drawn in by the hype of emerging technologies and the information age © I have argued and continue to argue, based on my 2 yrs working as an ethnog- rapher to an online fan community  ... 

Liberating or debilitating? An examination of romantic relationships, sexual relationships and friendships on the Net

Monica T. Whitty
2008 Computers in Human Behavior  
Ever since the beginnings of the internet researchers have questioned its utility in developing and maintaining psychological healthy romantic and sexual relations.  ...  In the absence of typical social context cues, it is said that communication can become increasingly uninhibited and aggressive (e.g., as evident in flaming).  ...  During the course of the study they tracked changes in psychological states.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2008.02.009 fatcat:z45xgwrj6jcezpjbysrgmnmvzu

The Development of Network and Media Culture In Youth Library Facilities

Yevheniia Kulyk
2018 Ukrainian Journal on Library and Information Science  
The existing methods and tools for the creation of information networks, and to enhance youth media competencies, relative to psychological and age-based factors were lighted.  ...  Through monitoring of the reporting of youth libraries and content analysis of websites, blogs and social networking pages the existing library facilities in the creation of youth information networks  ...  On the web site of «Netiquette» the access to a library user-created knowledge base was created.  ... 
doi:10.31866/2616-7654.1.2018.146281 fatcat:r6nod6qrtjfetonyi6fnpxiocq

Editorial: Young children's use of digital media and parental mediation

Bieke Zaman, Charles L. Mifsud
2017 Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberpspace  
The Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace is a web-based, peer-reviewed scholarly journal. The first peer-reviewed issue was published in September 2007.  ...  The journal is interdisciplinary, publishing works written by scholars of psychology, media studies, communication science, sociology, political science, nursing, ICT security, organizational psychology  ...  Therefore, the body of knowledge on parental mediation would benefit from empirical insights accounting for this heterogeneity in family compositions, media environments, and in the light of contemporary  ... 
doi:10.5817/cp2017-3-xx fatcat:dwovu2p3mbdz3bmi2bgody73ba

The impact of social media on young web users' psychological well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic progression

Alisar Hudimova, Ihor Popovych, Vita Baidyk, Olena Buriak, Olha Kechyk
2021 Revista Amazonía investiga  
The obtained results showed an expansion in the time spent via social media by young web users.  ...  The present study empirically investigates and theoretically substantiates the results of the impact of social media on young web-users' psychological well-being during the forced self-isolation caused  ...  Materials and methods Methodological foundations of the empirical study of the impact of social media on young web users' psychological well-being are based on the psychology of users' interaction in cyberspace  ... 
doi:10.34069/ai/2021.39.03.5 fatcat:mnpwbeassbcp7cne6hocjejpvm

GOLEM, FROM PRAGUE TO CYBERSPACE: THE USE OF CSCL IN CULTURAL EDUCATION FOR DIASPORAS

Zvi Bekerman, Gabriel Horenczyk
2002 Journal of Jewish Education  
We first describe the CD-Golem project which was developed in light of the perceived needs of a Diaspora community’s attempts to impart its youth with a sense of belonging and continuity.  ...  GOLEM, FROM PRAGUE TO CYBERSPACE: = 29 GOLEM, FROM PRAGUE TO CYBERSPACE: THE USE OF CSCL IN CULTURAL EDUCATION FOR DIASPORAS Zvi Bekerman, Ph.D.; Gabriel Horenczyk, Ph.D.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00216240291024340 fatcat:4phndm7w6zhfbgtki7dq5k2rla

From savannas to blue-phase LCD screens: Prospects and perils for child development in the Post-Modern Digital Information Age

David E. Meyer
2018 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
***Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web and hypertext transfer protocol (http://www) on which it has been based since its inception in 1989 (55) .  ...  Network (ARPANET), the Apple 1 personal computer, Microsoft, cyberspace, email, the World Wide Web some astute observers of these ever advancing innovations have declared that, in essence, a new Post-Modern  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1812850115 pmid:30275321 pmcid:PMC6176644 fatcat:3h6vvpn5bzf4hazpftzntswmr4

Cyberspace as a New Existential Dimension of Man [chapter]

Slavomír Gálik, Sabína Gáliková Tolnaiová
2019 Cyberspace [Working Title]  
What are the possibilities and risks of communication in cyberspace? These are just some of the issues that arise in connection with communication in cyberspace to which we will seek answers.  ...  The essence of cyberspace lies in continual and rapid increase of possibilities and services that are based on creation and combination of new logical constructions.  ...  Another structural change in thinking in communication in cyberspace occurs in net-based or hypertext-based source of information.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.88156 fatcat:ua5sxhbw6bfghjqhjg5kuxmfde

Does the offline bully-victimization influence cyberbullying behavior among youths? Application of General Strain Theory

Hyunseok Jang, Juyoung Song, Ramhee Kim
2014 Computers in Human Behavior  
Youths who were victims of traditional bullying showed a higher tendency of becoming cyberbullying assaulters with externalizing their strain in cyberspace.  ...  This negative strain combined with the anonymity in cyber space may lead youths to be engaged in cyberbullying behavior as the externalized response to the strain.  ...  Introduction The activities of youths in cyberspaces are growing rapidly via Internet services at home and through wireless mobile devices.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2013.10.007 fatcat:gozwgeirefbepijkoctpwkt7o4
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