Cyber-Dilemmas: Gendered Hierarchies, New Technologies and Cyber-Safety in Schools
AbstractThis paper addresses gender issues relating to cyber-bullying among adolescents which is reflective of adult Internet use. It highlights legal considerations to address the policy vacuum on this emerging form of gendered violence. Résumé Cet article se penche sur les questions reliées à la cyberintimidation chez les adolescents qui reflète l'usage de l'internet chez les adultes. Ceci met en relief les considérations légales pour adresser le vide des politiques sur cette forme de violence qui surgit basée sur le sexe.
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