Research Papers

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includes recommendations
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includes executive summary
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landmark study
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extract from a landmark study
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international study

In:Game Abuse

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In the first major report of its kind, we worked with Habbo to explore the nature and extent of bullying within online gaming environments. We believe that everybody should have freedom of expression wherever they socialise and spend their time - regardless as to whether or not it is online or offline.

The Valentine Study

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In the mainstream, sexuality is seen as a binary construct but our latest research proposes a new fluidity scale - as young people increasingly move away from labels. Our research of over 1,000 also explores the impact of technology on modern relationships and the exploration of sexuality.

Cyberbullying and Hate Speech

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What is the current climate of cyberbullying? To what extent do people experience racist, homophobic and transphobic insults online? When are people most likely to experience abuse? These are some of the questions that we have answered in our latest report, Cyberbullying and Hate Speech. Produced in collaboration with Brandwatch, we analysed 19 million Tweets over a 4-year period to produce this cutting edge report.

Masculinity and Misogyny in the Digital Age

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What does it mean to be a man? Who are the biggest culprits of misogynistic language? What are some of the current challenges that modern men face? These are some of the questions that we have answered in our latest report, Masculinity and Misogyny in the Digital Age. Produced in collaboration with Brandwatch, we analysed 19 million Tweets over a 4-year period to produce this cutting edge report.

The Gender Report 2016

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This research covers the topic of gender and how it can enable and disable young people aged 13-25 throughout the USA and internationally. We were particularly interested in the definition of gender, gender roles and the bullying and discrimination young people experience as a result of not conforming to societal standards

The Wireless Report

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The majority of young people now have instant access to smartphone technology which poses significant risks in terms of monitoring, tracking and resolving cyber bullying and abuse. This report is based on research from over 2,700 teenagers and explores cyber bullying on smartphones, sexting and the impacts thereof.

The Cyber Bullying Report 2013

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Taken from research of over 10,000 teens, our cyber bullying research is the largest body of research in the world that focuses solely on the issue of cyber bullying. We identify new and existing cyber bullying trends and behaviours. In addition, we were able to rank the leading social networks in terms of the abuse experienced on the platforms. Includes recommendations.