Subject: cyberbullying | R | adolescents | ethical behavior | digital piracy | Medicine | online violence | Article
The present study examines the relationship between different roles in cyberbullying behaviors (cyberbullies, cybervictims, cyberbullies-victims, and uninvolved) and self-reported digital piracy. In a region of central Spain, 643 (49.3% females, 50.7% males) students (g... View more
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