Original article | International Journal of Progressive Education 2018, Vol. 14(5) 103-118
Bünyamin Ateş, Alican Kaya & Erhan Tunç
pp. 103 - 118 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/ijpe.2018.157.9 | Manu. Number: MANU-1807-27-0002
Published online: October 15, 2018 | Number of Views: 55 | Number of Download: 104
In this study, subjective well-being and perceived social support from family, friends, and teachers, were examined to determine how effective on the levels of cyber victimization and bullying in adolescents. The research was conducted on the basis of the relational screening model. The sample group of this study is created by high school students that continue education at the high school level in Erzincan and Ağrı provinces in 2017-2018 academic year, they have chosen by unselected sampling method, as determined by 416 (53.7%) are male and 358 (46.3%), including girls, are a total of 774 adolescents. The Cyber Victim and Bullying Scale (Çetin, Yaman & Peker, 2011), Adolescent Subjective Well-Being Scale (Eryılmaz, 2009), Perceived Social Support Scale (ASLÖ-R) (Yıldırım, 1997, 2004), and Personel Information Form was used as the data collection tools in the study. The data obtained in the study were analyzed by stepwise regression analysis method from multiple linear regression analysis. According to research findings; subjective well-being in adolescents, perceived social support from family, friends, and teachers variables reveal significance at the level of cyber victimization and bullying.
Keywords: Adolescents, cyber bullying, cyber victimization, perceived social support, subjective well-being.
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