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Presentation of the Cyber Victim and Bullying Scale and the results of its application on Vinkovci high school students

Stefanie Jade Đuraković ; Srednja strukovna škola Vinkovci, Hrvatska
Daniela Šincek ; Sveučilište Josipa Jurja Strossmayera u Osijeku, Filozofski fakultet Osijek, Hrvatska
Jasmina Tomašić Humer ; Sveučilište Josipa Jurja Strossmayera u Osijeku, Filozofski fakultet Osijek, Hrvatska

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str. 61-73

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For the purposes of this research, the Cyber Victim and Bullying Scale (Cetin, Yaman and Peker, 2011) was translated into the Croatian language. The scale examines cyber victimization and cyber bullying over the past year, as a result of the increasing abuse of technology and the dangers of its misuse. The Scale consists of two parts. In the first part (Cyber Victim subscale), the study participants assess whether they have experienced the described behaviour. In the second part (Cyber Bully subscale) the participants use identical items to assess whether they have acted the way described. Each part contains 22 items. The proven reliability coefficients amount to 0.91 or 0.92. The study included a total of 249 second year high school students from two Vinkovci high schools. The obtained results show that the incidence of cyber bullying over the Internet on the selected sample is 24.9% for cyber victimization, and 27.7% for cyber bullying. On both scales, most study participants responded that they had had no experience with behaviours that include hacking into other people's websites and editing photos in an offensive manner. On the other hand, the most common behaviour is gossiping and mockery over the Internet. Differences have been established with regard to sex, i.e. boys experience and perpetrate cyber bullying to a significantly higher extent.

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cyber-bullying, adolescents, scale

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