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Cyberbullying in Pakistan: Positioning the Aggressor, Victim, and Bystander
Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research
This study explores cyberbullying prevalence, causes, reasons, and preventive measures from the perspective of victims and bystanders. The data were gathered from 329 male and female students of different age groups through an open-ended questionnaire and cyberbullying confession pages. Constructivist thematic framework was applied to look for commonly emerging patterns in the data. The study revealed that the likelihood to become a victim to cyberbullying decreased with an increase in age.doi:10.33824/pjpr.2019.34.3.33 fatcat:g6svuuvgp5b47mj4kisgv7ttyu