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Cross-cultural study of individual and contextual factors of cyberbullying and prejudice-based cyberbullying among high school students

Goal: The aims of this project are:
(a) to detect individual and social (peers, parents, school) risk and protective factors associated with cyberbullying perpetration and victimization, including prejudice-based cyberbullying;
(b) to explore cultural differences in these risk and protective factors; and
(c) to provide recommendations for improving prevention in the local context, specifically created for different target groups: adolescents, parents, and teachers.
There are 16 involved countries: Belgium, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Hungary, India, North Macedonia, Pakistan, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Thailand, and Turkey.

The study is partly supported by the COST Action “Transnational collaboration on bullying, migration and integration at school level“ and Serbian national project "Socio-psychological factors of risky use of social networks among adolescents in Vojvodina".

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Bojana Dinić
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So far, we have received the datasets from 11 countries (China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Hungary, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia). Thank you all for this effort in the pandemic time.
We expect datasets from the rest of the countries until the end of September.
 
Bojana Dinić
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Deadline for finishing translation and back-translation of the instruments is 21st April.
If some of the instrument already exists in your language, please add reference for validation paper or other source for translation in the provided Excel file.
In the meantime, please start process of ethical approval in your country if you haven't already.
Thank you all, this will be very exiting project.
Kind regards,
Bojana & Bojana
 
Bojana Dinić
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Our team was joined by colleagues from India, Slovenia, Russia, North Macedonia, Belgium, the UK and Iraq. Welcome!
 
Bojana Bodroža
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So far we have confirmed collaborator from Australia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Morocco Pakistan, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Thailand, and Turkey.
Our call for other countries is open until April, 10th.
 
Bojana Bodroža
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We are looking for collaborators from countries all over the world to join our research project dealing with cyberbullying and prejudice-based cyberbullying among adolescents.
The targeted samples are high school students aged between 16 and 18.
Please, see the details in the proposal attached to this message.
If you are interested to take part in the project, you can send an email to bojana.dinic@ff.uns.ac.rs
The call for collaborators is open until April, 10th.
 
Bojana Bodroža
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The aims of this project are:
(a) to detect individual and social (peers, parents, school) risk and protective factors associated with cyberbullying perpetration and victimization, including prejudice-based cyberbullying;
(b) to explore cultural differences in these risk and protective factors; and
(c) to provide recommendations for improving prevention in the local context, specifically created for different target groups: adolescents, parents, and teachers.
There are 16 involved countries: Belgium, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Hungary, India, North Macedonia, Pakistan, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Thailand, and Turkey.
The study is partly supported by the COST Action “Transnational collaboration on bullying, migration and integration at school level“ and Serbian national project "Socio-psychological factors of risky use of social networks among adolescents in Vojvodina".