Authors: Caitlin Elsaessner, Beth Russell, Christine McCauley Ohannessian and Desmond Patton
Summary: Reviews the literature on parents’ influence on adolescent cyberbullying both as victims and perpetrators. Findings show that parental warmth is associated with lower cyberbullying both as victims and perpetrators; parental control is weakly associated with youth involvement; collaborative strategies can be effective but this varies by ethnicity and gender. Results indicate that parental warmth supports adolescent disclosure of online activity.
Journal: Aggression and violent behavior (Vol.35), July/August 2017, pp 62-72
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