TITLE

Development of Indicators of Cyberbullying among Youths in Songkhla Province

AUTHOR(S)
Tudkuea, Tanyakorn; Laeheem, Kasetchai
PUB. DATE
July 2014
SOURCE
Asian Social Science;Jul2014, Vol. 10 Issue 14, p74
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The objectives of this study were to develop indicators and to test the goodness of fit of the structural relationship model of indicators of cyberbullying among youths in Songkhla Province. The study was conducted with 480 youths, and confirmatory factor analysis was performed. The results of the study revealed that the indicators of cyberbullying among youths in Songkhla Province consisted of five factors with twenty-four indicators. The factor with the highest weight was slandering (b=0.90) consisting of five indicators, followed by revealing other people’s personal secrets (b=0.89) consisting of five indicators; identity theft (b=0.88) consisting of five indicators; deleting or blocking others from the group (b=0.65) consisting of four indicators; and flaming (b=0.17) consisting of five indicators. The linear structural model of cyberbullying among youths was in statistically significant congruence with empirical data.
ACCESSION #
97066466

 

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