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Authors
Lorraine P Sheridan, Tim Grant
Publication date
2007/12/1
Journal name
Psychology, Crime & Law
Volume
13
Issue
6
Pages
627-640
Publisher
Taylor & Francis Group
Description
Abstract Very little empirical work exists on cyberstalking. The current study analysed
detailed questionnaires completed by 1051 self-defined stalking victims. Almost half (47.5%)
reported harassment via the Internet, but only 7.2% of the sample was judged to have been
cyberstalked. Ordinal regression analyses of four groups of victims, categorized according to
degree of cyber involvement in their victimization, revealed a general picture of similarity
between the groups in terms of the stalking process, responses to being stalked, and the ...
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