Международная практика использования профилактических программ, направленных на снижение кибернасилия в школьной среде

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Пережогин Л.О., Бадмаева В.Д., Макушкин Е.В., Нуцкова Е.В. Международная практика использования профилактических программ, направленных на снижение кибернасилия в школьной среде // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2020. №4. С. 63-70.

Аннотация

В научном обзоре с целью изучения подходов к превенции кибернасилия среди школьников проведён анализ отечественной и зарубежной литературы. В процессе скринингового поиска и ранжирования источников выделены принципы профилактики кибернасилия и определены две категории наиболее результативных профилактических программ. Первая направлена на широкий спектр участников, включая как детей и подростков различных возрастных групп, без гендерных отличий, так и членов их семей. Вторая категория представлена программами, сфокусированными на небольших группах школьников с учётом половозрастных особенностей и различных факторов, включая социальные, экономические, воздействия культурной среды.

Ключевые слова интернет; дети; подростки; школа; насилие; информационная среда; кибербуллинг;профилактика

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24411/1560-957Х-2020-10408

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