A study on self-esteem, mother, father, and peer relations as predictors of cyberbullying and cyber-victimization in high school students
CitationPekşen Süslü, D. (2018). A study on self-esteem, mother, father, and peer relations as predictors of cyberbullying and cyber-victimization in high school students. International Journal of Human Sciences. 15(2), s. 1381-1393.
Cyberbullying is not a problem only based on thethe adolescents’ individual characteristics, but also it is better understood by considering the other environmental characteristics such as family and peers. Fundamentalaimof this research is to investigate self-esteem and relationships with mother, father and peers as predictors ofcyberbullying and cyber-victimization inhigh school students. The study is conducted using a correlational design. Research groupconsisted of 1085 students (554 female, 531 male). For the analysis of research data, since the data violated the assumptions of normality, a method of nonparametric Robust Regression Analysis was used.The findings of the study unveiled that the statistical analysis.In terms of cyberbullying model, meetingthe expectations of mother’s relationships were negative, the regulations of norms of father’s relationships subscale were negative and whereas the loyalty of the peerrelationships subscale was positive significant predictors. In terms of cyber-victimization model,self-esteem was negative, meetingthe expectations of mother’s relationships subscale were negative, in the peers relationships subscale trust and identification were negative, loyalty was positive and self-disclosure was positive significant predictors.
SourceInternational Journal of Human Sciences
- Makale Koleksiyonu