Friday, 22 October 2021

The presentation 'A systematic literature review of academic cyberbullying- notable research absences in Higher Education contexts', plus its hyperlinks

Dr Pat Harpur and I recently presented on our manuscript 'A systematic literature review of academic cyberbullying- notable research absences in Higher Education contexts'. We spoke to the Design Research Activities Workgroup at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.


For ease of clicking, I've shared the webpage links mentioned in our presentation below:

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Distinguishing an online academic bullying: identifying new forms of harassment in a dissenting Emeritus Professor's case. 

The value (or otherwise) of social media to the medical professional : some personal reflections

Future Internet special issue on Cyberbullying Analysis in Higher Education call for proposals

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Dr Pat Harpur's research profiles

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The Social Media and Internet Lab for Research launches: empowering software development interns to work with social media data 

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News via the OAB’s ResearchGate channel

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Hate Crimes in Cyberspace
Workplace Bullying, Mobbing and Harassment in Academe: Faculty Experience
SLIDE 32
The Noakes Foundation’s Academic Free Speech and Digital Voices theme



Creative commons license for our presentation

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Graphic credits

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