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Teachers’ experiences, perceptions of and skills in addressing cyber bullying in Irish schools
2nd Global Conference on Bullying, Prague, (2010)
  • Patricia Mannix McNamara, Dr., University of Limerick
  • Sharon Moynihan, University of Limerick
Abstract

Internationally, cyber bullying is an increasing problem in schools. Ireland is no exception. With the significant pace at which technology is evolving it is increasingly difficult for teachers to keep pace with the changing nature of bullying manifestations. The aim of the study reported here was to examine teachers’ experiences and perceptions of cyber bullying amongst students. It also aimed to explore their perceived skill in supporting their students in this regard.

Publication Date
November, 2010
Citation Information
Patricia Mannix McNamara and Sharon Moynihan. "Teachers’ experiences, perceptions of and skills in addressing cyber bullying in Irish schools" 2nd Global Conference on Bullying, Prague, (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/patricia_mannixmcnamara/14/