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The Journal of Adolescent Health has dedicated a supplemental issue to the topic of cyberbullying and all full-text is publicly available.  In the first article, long-time media violence researcher L. Rowell Huesmann reviewed 41 studies on violence in television and video games and concluded: "Media violence
increases the risk significantly that the viewer or game player will
behave more violently both in the short and long run."

Other articles in the issue explore the prevalence and predictors of cyberbullying, the difference between online harassment and cyberbullying, and commentaries on educational policy implications and Internet gang violence.

 

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