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Swedish Pupils’ Suggested Coping Strategies if Cyberbullied: Differences Related to Age and Gender

Journal article
Authors Ann Frisén
Sofia Berne
Lina Marin
Published in Scandinavian Journal of Psychology
Volume 55
Issue 6
Pages 578–584
ISSN 0036-5564
Publication year 2014
Published at Department of Psychology
Pages 578–584
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1111/sjop.12143
Keywords coping strategies, gender differences, age differences
Subject categories Psychology

Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate the coping strategies that Swedish 10 and 12 year-olds (N=694) suggested they would use if they were cyberbullied, with a special focus on whether there are differences in these strategies related to age and gender. The most commonly suggested coping strategy was telling someone, especially parents and teachers (70.5%). Surprisingly few of the pupils reported that they would tell a friend (2.6%). Differences in suggested coping strategies were found related to age and gender. Findings are discussed in relation to the Swedish sociocultural context as well as in relation to the implications for prevention strategies against cyberbullying.

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