DETERMINATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS' AWARENESS REGARDING CYBER VIOLENCE


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https://doi.org/10.26900/jsp.5.5.8

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Cyber Bullying, Cyber Violence, Child, Internet

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During the survey conducted with secondary school students, it was observed that there was a connection between children's internet usage habits and their views on cyber violence. On the other hand, many children do not have full awareness of cyber violence due to their inability to make a clear distinction between cyber violence and daily behaviors (jokes, discussions). Furthermore, in line with the results of the survey analysis, it should be noted that the data obtained also varies according to the age and gender characteristics of the study group.

The conducted field work is beyond our intended has been useful in determining the detection of cyber violence awareness, as it provides information about their reactions to cyber violence, except that whether children have information about what cyber violence is.

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2021-04-15

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AKÇA, B., & AYDIN, S. (2021). DETERMINATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ AWARENESS REGARDING CYBER VIOLENCE. HEALTH SCIENCES QUARTERLY, 5(Supplement Issue), 177–185. https://doi.org/10.26900/jsp.5.5.8