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+ “Encountering risk does not necessarily result in an experience of      harm”      Cross-national comparison of risks an...
+ “Most teenagers use the internet at home in the privacy of their   own bedroom”   Risks and safety on the internet: The ...
+ “Among those children who ride a bicycle, a small percentage will    have an accident”    Risks and safety on the intern...
+ “Welcome to social cruelty, 21                                               st   century style”    in Willard, N. (2006...
+ “The distinction between aggression and violence, however, is a   subtle one”   in Kirsh, Steven J. (2006) Children, Ado...
+ “While the Internet has certainly proved to be a valuable   tool, there is, indeed a dark side.”   in Willard, N. (2006)...
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  1. 1. + LONDON – LSE 23.sept.2011Contribution for thedefinition of onlineviolence in the contextof a study with school EU KIDS ONLINE >>children Teresa Sofia Castro | University of Minho | Portugal teresa.sofia.castro@gmail.com António J. Osório | University of Minho | Portugal
  2. 2. + “Encountering risk does not necessarily result in an experience of harm” Cross-national comparison of risks and safety on the internet Initial analysis from the EU Kids Online survey of European childrenA suburban family is torn apart when fourteen-year-old Annie meets her first boyfriendonline. After months of communicating via online chat and phone, Annie discovers herfriend is not who he originally claimed to be. Shocked into disbelief, her parents areshattered by their daughters actions and struggle to support her as she comes to termswith what has happened to her once innocent life.
  3. 3. + “Most teenagers use the internet at home in the privacy of their own bedroom” Risks and safety on the internet: The perspective of European children Full findings and policy implications from the EU Kids Online survey of 9-16 year olds and their parents in 25 countries No face-to-face interaction No one can hide ICT skills Unpredictable proportions Identity management: anonymity vs. multiplicity Deindividuation Diversity of media Absence of barriers: geography, time, language Inhumane
  4. 4. + “Among those children who ride a bicycle, a small percentage will have an accident” Risks and safety on the internet: The perspective of European children Full findings and policy implications from the EU Kids Online survey of 9-16 year olds and their parents in 25 countrieshybrid and liquid universe of network the border between opportunity and threat fades new kind of violence  Thus, these are some beginning questions of our starting research:  What can we consider as online violence?  What proportions can violence gain in the virtual world?  What effects may have the disclosure of a compromising photo?  How do children protect themselves from online harm?  How to prepare parents, school and community for these challenges?
  5. 5. + “Welcome to social cruelty, 21 st century style” in Willard, N. (2006) Flame Retardant: Cyberbullies torment their victims 24/7. Here’s how to stop the abuse, p.55.First things first… 1) Extensive and detailed review on the state of the art around the concept of online violence • “lack of consistent terminology” (David-Ferdon & Hertz, 2009, para.24) • “the variety of terms used” (David-Ferdon & Hertz, 2007, S2) Internet aggression (Werner, Bumpus & Rock, 2010) Electronic violence (David-Ferdon & Hertz, 2009) Bullying online (Juvonen & Gross, 2008) Online Harassment (Wolak, Mitchell, & Finkelhor, 2007, Juvonen & Gross, 2008) Internet bullying (Williams & Guerra, 2007) Online bullying (Wolak, Mitchell, & Finkelhor, 2007) Electronic Bullying (Kowalski & Limber, 2007) Online aggression (Kowalski & Limber, 2007) Electronic aggression(David-Ferdon & Hertz, 2007) Internet harassment (Ybarra, West & Leaf, 2007; Ybarra, Espelage & Mitchell, 2007; Ybarra, Mitchell, Wolak, Finkelhor, 2006) Internet bullying and harassment (Worthen, 2007)
  6. 6. + “The distinction between aggression and violence, however, is a subtle one” in Kirsh, Steven J. (2006) Children, Adolescents and Media Violence: A critical look at the research, p.10. 2) Violence and Aggression (Kirsh, 2006) Violence repeatedly kicking the leg to the point of it breaking Aggression Violence kicking someone in the leg once
  7. 7. + “While the Internet has certainly proved to be a valuable tool, there is, indeed a dark side.” in Willard, N. (2006) Flame Retardant: Cyberbullies torment their victims 24/7. Here’s how to stop the abuse, p.55. 3) types and instruments • the types of inflicted online violence • current instruments used for its practice
  8. 8. + LONDON – LSE 23.sept.2011 Contribution for the definition of online violence in the context of a study with school EU KIDS ONLINE >> children Teresa Sofia Castro | University of Minho | Portugal António J. Osório | University of Minho | PortugalTHANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! 
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