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Title:Prikrita oblika nasilja - cyberbullying : magistrsko delo
Authors:Faflek, Darko (Author)
Meško, Gorazd (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Erčulj, Vanja (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Dandanes zaradi hitrega razvoja informacijsko-komunikacijskih tehnologij živimo bistveno drugače kot pred desetletji. Čezmerni uporabi elektronskih naprav so podvrženi predvsem mladi. Razvoj novih tehnologij in uporaba teh, sta prinesla veliko prednosti, žal pa tudi veliko negativnih posledic. Med katere štejemo spletno nasilje. Spletno nasilje iz različnih poimenovanj domačih in tujih avtorjev lahko opredelimo kot nasilje, v katerem se storilci poslužujejo nadlegovanja, ustrahovanja, trpinčenja, izsiljevanja in zalezovanja. Napadalci se lahko pri tej obliki nasilja, poslužujejo ene ali več omenjenih oblik nasilja in izvajajo na način ponavljajočih in ne ponavljajočih se dejan. V pomoč so jim različne informacijsko-komunikacijske tehnologije (IKT), kot so: mobilni telefoni, tablični računalniki in prenosni računalniki. Razne omrežne in druge povezljivosti z napravami in aplikacijami pa jim omogočajo, da svoja dejanja/napade izvajajo hitro, prikrito in preudarno. V številnih primerih mladi tako pozabljajo na ključen dejavnik varnost. V raziskovalnem delu smo iskali odgovore, ali mladi prepoznajo spletno nasilje med svojimi vrstniki, ali obstaja razlika med fanti in dekleti v tem, komu bi se zaupali, če bi bili žrtev spletnega nasilja, koliko ur dnevno preživijo na spletu, na katerih socialnih omrežjih imajo aktiven profil, katere elektronske naprave uporabljajo, koliko časa v povprečju porabijo za določene aktivnosti, (na primer za prebiranje elektronske pošte, gledanje videoposnetkov, delo za šolo in brskanje po spletu), v kolikšni meri jim določeno vedenje predstavlja spletno nasilje. Rezultati, ki jih je prinesla raziskava, po eni strani prinašajo zaskrbljenost po drugi strani pa omogočajo boljši vpogled v spletno nasilje med slovensko populacijo mladih in nadaljnjo analizo na področju spletnega nasilja.
Keywords:magistrska dela, nasilje, mladi, spletni prostor, posledice, kazen
Year of publishing:2021
Year of performance:2021
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[D. Faflek]
Number of pages:IX, 61 str.
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:343.62(043.2)
COBISS_ID:61946883 New window
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Language:English
Title:Covert form of violence – cyberbullying
Abstract:Today, due to the rapid development of information and communication technologies, we live significantly differently than decades ago. Excessive use of electronic devices mainly affects young people. The development of new technologies and the use of these have brought many benefits, but unfortunately also many negative consequences. These include cyberbullying. Online violence from various denominations of domestic and foreign authors can be defined as violence in which the perpetrators use harassment, intimidation, torture, extortion and stalking. In this form of violence, attackers may resort to one or more of the aforementioned forms of violence and commit it in a manner of repetitive rather than repetitive acts. They are assisted by various information and communication technologies (ICT), such as: mobile phones, tablets and laptops. Various network and other connectivity with devices and applications allow them to carry out their actions / attacks quickly, covertly and prudently. In many cases, young people thus forget a key safety factor. In the research work, we looked for answers to whether young people recognize cyberbullying among their peers, whether there is a difference between boys and girls in who they would trust if they were victims of cyberbullying, how many hours a day they spend online, on which social networks they have active profile, which electronic devices they use, how much time they spend on average for certain activities (for example, reading emails, watching videos, working for school, and browsing the web), the extent to which certain behaviors constitute cyberbullying. The results of the research, on the one hand, bring concern and, on the other hand, provide a better insight into online violence among the Slovenian youth population and further analysis in the field of online violence.
Keywords:Violence, the young, web space, consequences, punishment.


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