Predicting Cyberbullying: Research, Theory, and Intervention delves into the theoretical advances that have been made to predict
cyberbullying perpetration. It examines myriad psychological- and communication-based theories, discusses the relevant research
to support (or not) each theory, and elucidates the strengths and limitations of these theories. Moreover, the book differentiates
cyberbullying from traditional bullying to expand on a theory that takes such differences into account to predict perpetration.
In addition, it adapts interventions to address these nuanced theoretical advancements and concludes with an examination of
validated psychological theories that can inform interventions and reduce cyberbullying.
The book is an effective
and concise reference for psychologists, school administrators, counselors and psychological researchers looking to understand
theory and interventions for cyberbullies.