İNTERNETİN GETİRDİĞİ BİR KOMPLİKASYON SİBER ZORBALIK: HEMŞİRELİK GRUBU ÖRNEĞİ
Bu araştırmanın amacı hemşirelik öğrencilerinde siber zorbalık, siber mağduriyet, siber zorbalığa ilişkin duyarlılık ve bunları etkileyen değişkenleri saptamaktır. Örneklemi, Türkiye’deki bir üniversitenin hemşirelik bölümünde eğitim alan ve çalışmaya katılmayı gönüllü olarak kabul eden toplam 254 öğrenci oluşturmuştur. Araştırma tanımlayıcı kesitsel araştırma desenine uygun olarak gerçekleştirilmiştir. Veriler tanıtıcı özellikler formu, Siber Zorbalık ve Mağduriyet Ölçeği (SZÖ ve SMÖ), Siber Zorbalık Envanteri (SZE-SZÖ ve SZE-SMÖ) ve Siber Duyarlılık Ölçeği (SDÖ) ile toplanmıştır. Örneklemin %18,5’i siber zorbalığa maruz kaldığını; %11’si ise siber zorbalık uyguladığını belirtmiştir. Erkek öğrencilerin hem siber zorba hem de siber mağdur olma riskinin kız öğrencilere göre daha yüksek olduğu regresyon analizi ile saptanmıştır. Siber mağduriyet ve mağduriyet sayısının, siber zorbalık değişkenini olumlu yönde anlamlı bir şekilde yordadığı saptanmıştır. Erkek olmak siber zorbalık ve mağduriyeti arttırırken, internette daha çok zaman geçiren ve sosyal medya, oyun ve sohbet sitelerini daha sık ziyaret eden öğrencilerin siber zorbalık yapma durumlarının daha fazla olduğu görülmüştür. Siber zorbalık davranışının oluşmasında, siber mağduriyet ve mağduriyet sayısının payı bulunmaktadır. Kız öğrencilerin ve siber zorbalık uygulamadığını belirtenlerin siber duyarlılıkları daha fazladır.
CYBERBULLYING, A COMPLICATION BROUGHT ON BY THE INTERNET: THE CASE OF A NURSING GROUP
Aim of this study was to determine cyberbullying, being a cyber victim, sensitivity to cyberbullying and the variables that affect them. Study sample consisted of 254 students who were studied in Nursing Department of a university in Turkey in 2018-2019 academic year and voluntarily accepted to participate to research. Descriptive and cross-sectional research design were used. Data were collected using descriptive information form, Cyberbullying and Victim Scale, Cyberbullying Inventory and Cyberbullying Sensitivity Scale. It was determined that 18.5% of sample had been subjected to and that 11% had committed cyberbullying. Regression analysis revealed that male students had a higher risk for being both perpetrators of cyberbullying and cyber victims than female students. Being a cyber victim and the frequency of being a victim positively and significantly predicted cyberbullying variable. While being a male increased risk of committing to cyberbullying and being a victim, it was found that students who spent more time on Internet and visited social media, game, and chat sites more often committed cyberbullying more. Being a cyber victim and its frequency had a share in the development of cyberbullying behaviors. Cyber sensitivity of female students and those who stated that they did not commit cyberbullying was higher.
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