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TitleMapping the cyber interpersonal violence among young populations: a scoping review
Author(s)Machado, Bárbara
Caridade, Sónia Maria Martins
Araújo, Isabel
Lobato Faria, Paula
Keywordsyoung populations
cyber violence
interpersonal violence
scoping review
Issue date9-May-2022
JournalSocial Sciences
CitationMachado, B.; Caridade, S.; Araújo, I.; Faria, P.L. Mapping the Cyber Interpersonal Violence among Young Populations: A Scoping Review. Soc. Sci. 2022, 11, 207.
Abstract(s)The increase in digital practices and networking has introduced important changes to social interactions. The extensive use of technology among young people has allowed for cyber communication, which has numerous benefits but can also trigger violence in relationships. Interpersonal violence affecting young people is becoming more widely recognized as a public health issue. The aim of this scoping review is to map and systematize the published academic literature on Cyber Interpersonal Violence (CIV) amongst young people, following the methodological approach proposed by Arksey and O’Malley. Five databases were searched: PubMed, Scopus, CINAHL (EBSCOhost), Science Direct and Social Sciences Citation Index. Eighteen studies in English, Portuguese, Spanish and French, published from 2004 onwards, were included. Three main areas arose in the CIV: cyber dating abuse, cyberbullying and cyber-harassment. Investing in prevention is the key to preventing cyber violence.
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