A Study of Cyberbullying Patterns Among Thai Youths

Abstract

This research is a survey research with the objectives to 1) obtain the pattern of cyber bullying among Thai teenagers 2) know the personal factors (gender, family, hours of internet use, and number of internet access devices) affecting the pattern of cyber bullying in Thai youths and 3) use the obtained model to analyze impacts related to the brain, mind, and learning and create a program to reduce such impacts. The sample group consisted of 405 teenagers aged 18-22 years in Chonburi province who completed electronic questionnaires consisting of 1) general information questionnaire 2) Adolescent Cyber-Aggressor Scale (CYB-AGS) 3) Cyber-Victimization Scale (CYBVICS) and 4) Cyberbullying Bystander Scale (CBS). The data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and the survey data was analyzed using Repeated One-way: ANOVA. The research found that 1) overall, youth have Patterns of being a passive witness to cyber bullying. 2) Male and female teenagers have a pattern of being passive witnesses to cyberbullying than do alternative genders, at a statistical significance of .05.3) Youth living with their father or mother had significantly higher cyberbullying patterns than youth living with both parents and youth living alone at the level .05. For the variables Internet usage hours and number of Internet access devices, there were various and unrelated patterns related to cyberbullying.



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Pawarin Choti, Burapha University, Thailand
Juthamas Haenjohn, Burapha University, Thailand
Warakorn Subwirapakorn, Burapha University, Thailand

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Conference: ACP2024
Stream: Psychology and Education

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To cite this article:
Choti P., Haenjohn J., & Subwirapakorn W. (2024) A Study of Cyberbullying Patterns Among Thai Youths ISSN: 2187-4743 – The Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences 2024 Official Conference Proceedings https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2187-4743.2024.29
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2187-4743.2024.29


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