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  • Forms of Cyber-bullying from the Aspect of Cyber-victims – Elementary and Secondary School Pupils

    Author: Jana Makúchová
    Author: Miriam Niklová
    Year of publication: 2018
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    Pages: 150-161
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.2018.51.1.12
    PDF: tner/201801/tner20180112.pdf

    The Internet and cyber-space create a platform where a new form has emerged, i.e., bullying, so far occurring mainly within school premises. The study presents results of empirical research conducted at selected elementary and secondary schools in Slovakia in 2017. The aim of the study was to elucidate the most frequent current cyber-bullying platforms and occurrence of individual forms of cyber-bullying with regard to cyber-victims. The research sample consisted of 1004 respondents, aged 10–20 (AM 14.9). Empirical data were collected using the method of questioning in the form of a written questionnaire. We focused on cyber-bullies, electronic platforms and identification of cyber-bullying forms from the point of view of cyber-victims and pupils’ gender and age. It was found out that 24.50% of pupils reported to have been cyber-victimized, girls more often than boys. The most frequent form of cyber-bullying from the point of view of cyber-victims was abusive or offensive language on the Internet and spreading rumours on the Internet.

  • Victim and Guardian: A Short Ethical Reconnaissance

    Author: Marcin Jaranowski
    Year of publication: 2016
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    Pages: 145-153
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/kie.2016.02.11
    PDF: kie/112/kie11211.pdf

    The article Victim and Guardian: A Short Ethical Reconnaissance is a proposal for fundamental rethinking of the phenomenon of care and support in the context of the experience of evil. The author analyses the phenomenon of transitivity of evil, and describes suffering of a guardian as an extension of the harm done to the victim. He notices that the expectation of care occurring in a difficult situation is one of the fundamental claims in social life, and not receiving it is one of the most painful moral experiences. Finally, the author emphasizes the moral value of guardian’s participation in the defeat of the victim. He says that we do not need the notion of triumph over evil to recognize this value.

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