Does parent-child relationship, school climate, happiness, and empathy predict cyberbullying behavior?

Triantoro Safaria, Hadi Suyono

Abstract


The lack of research on cyberbullying among Indonesian adolescents has become one of the critical arguments of this research. This study aims to discover the factors that contribute to cyberbullying. Does empathy, school climate, parent-child relationship, and happiness influence cyberbullying? This study took samples of students from three schools. The sample was female and male junior to senior high school students. The findings of this study indicate that school climate, parent-child relationship, and empathy have a significant role that encourages cyberbullying. Further discussion will be explained in this article.

Keywords


Cyberbullying perpetrators; Empathy; Happiness; Parent-child relationship; School climate



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijere.v9i3.20299
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