Thursday, February 4, 2010

On-line bullying

Shaheen Shariff and Andrew H. Churchill, eds., The Truths and Myths of Cyber-bullying (New York: Peter Lang, 2010).

Contents [from the publisher’s web site]: Colin Lankshear/Michele Knobel: Foreword (or, Beyond 'Reify, Measure and Treat') - Shaheen Shariff/Andrew H. Churchill: Appreciating Complexity: Detangling the Web of Stakeholder Influence and Responsibility - Michel Walrave/Wannes Heirman: Towards Understanding the Potential Triggering Features of Technology - Dianne L. Hoff/Sidney N. Mitchell: Gender and Cyber-bullying: How Do We Know What We Know? - Ellen M. Kraft: How Was This Business Model Culpable of Encouraging Harassment on College Campuses? - Dawn Zinga: Boundaries in Cyber-space: Media and Stakeholders as Policy Shapers - Jacqueline A. Stefkovich/Emily R. Crawford/Mark P. Murphy: Legal Issues Related to Cyber-bullying - Patrick D. Pauken: Morse v. Frederick and Cyber-bullying in Schools: The Impact on Freedom of Expression, Disciplinary Authority, and School Leadership - Marc Raboy/Jeremy Shtern: Mediated Speech and Communication Rights: Situating Cyber-bullying within the Emerging Global Internet Governance Regime - Jennifer Masters/Nicola Yelland: Changing Learning Ecologies: Social Media for Cyber-citizens - Gillian Palmer/Juliana Raskauskas: Kia Kaha: Police and Schools Working Together to Eliminate Bullying, a New Zealand Intervention - Will Gardner: Cyber-bullying: A Whole-school Community Approach.

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