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How to tackle cyberbullying: at school, at home and online

Editeur(s) :  Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économiques - OCDE (OCDE)

Date :  01/2023


Cyberbullying is a growing problem worldwide and has serious consequences for students. It can take place on social media, gaming platforms and mobile phones, and often involves scaring, angering or shaming an individual or group. The experience can be incredibly traumatic for young people, who sometimes feel that escaping from it is impossible. It can also have academic consequences, with OECD data suggesting that students who are regularly bullied score lower on reading tests. As digital technologies radically change the way young people interact, communicate and get information, the OECD’s Education and Skills Directorate has released a working paper, Cyberbullying: An overview of research and policy in OECD countries, outlining ways to deal with the issue. The author, OECD analyst Francesca Gottschalk, and Christina Salmivalli, professor of psychology at the University of Turku in Finland, discuss what can be done.

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mot(s) clé(s) :  NV - vie des élèves (hors étudiants), violence