Here is the research we’ve found on cyberbullying in Afghanistan, with the most recent first. Please email us if you have any articles to add with the details ordered in the same format as the others.


Author(s): Seyed M., Seyed Z. T., and Ahmed R. A.

Year: 2019

Title: Prevalence of Traditional and Cyber Bullying Among Teenagers Herat

Journal: Journal of School of Public Health & Institute of Public Health Research

URL: http://sjsph.tums.ac.ir/article-1-5767-en.html

Abstract: Background and Aim: Bullying is one of the most common problems among teenagers in many schools around the world, which is recently considered by researchers in the fields of psychology and even criminology as a traditional and cyber bullying. The purpose of this study is to investigate the rate of traditional and cyber bullying among male and female teenagers in the secondary schools of Herat-Afghanistan three levels; first, second and third ones. Materials and Methods: This paper was analyzed by quantitative method and random sampling which used questionnaire such as bullying, Punchin, Hinduja, illinois and Aleous questionnaire in Traditional and Cyber by using Spss software. The research sample included 360 students from the first, second and third grades of high schools in the city of Herat. Results: The results of follow-up tests (Kruskal Wallis and Mann Whitney) with a significant level of less than 0.5 and 0.01 showed that the prevalence of traditional and cyber bullying among female students was higher than male students. On the other hand, there is a significant difference between traditional bullying and social dimension grades of the tenth -eleventh and eleventh-twelfth. The prevalence traditional of bullying in the eleventh grade is less than tenth and twelfth grades. Conclusion: The results of the research indicate that students whose fathers are farmers are more bullied than other jobs. The results also showed that the prevalence of bullying in students whose mothers are housewives are lower than those students whose mothers are employed. Father’s education does not affect student bullying, in addition the results of the study showed that cyber bullying rates are higher among students whose mothers are educated than illiterate mothers.

Citation: Seyed M., Seyed Z. T., and Ahmed R. A. (2019). Prevalence of Traditional and Cyber Bullying Among Teenagers Herat. Journal of School of Public Health & Institute of Public Health Research; Summer 2019, Vol. 17 Issue 2, 197-211.