Study finds cyber bullying not as common as traditional bullying | Pacific Beat

Study finds cyber bullying not as common as traditional bullying

Study finds cyber bullying not as common as traditional bullying

Updated 26 August 2014, 16:35 AEST

A study of teenage bullying challenges the view that cyber bullying is more prevalent than traditional bullying.

The report's authors says the findings show that money needs to be spent on addressing the underlying causes of bullying, rather than focusing on cyberbullying campaigns.

Reporter: Rachel Carbonell

Speaker: Kathryn Modecki, Murdoch University

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