Italy: reasons for not admitting cases of cyberbullying 2015

This statistic illustrates the results of a survey on the share of teenagers who have not confessed to their parents or guardians having been victims of cyberbullying in Italy in 2015. During the survey period, it was found that 65 percent of the respondents did not confess to their parents events of cyberbullying because they were ashamed and/or embarrassed.

Which of the following are reasons why have never told your parents/ guardians you have been cyberbullied?

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Source

Release date

2015

Region

Italy

Survey time period

September 1-14, 2015

Number of respondents

20 respondents

Age group

13-18 years

Special properties

who have experienced cyberbullying themselves and not told their parents and are happy to complete the survey

Method of interview

Email survey

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