Herlina Agustin
Program Studi Ilmu Jurnalistik, Fakultas Ilmu Komunikasi, Universitas Padjadjaran

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Journal : Jurnal Studi Komunikasi

Identifying the victims of workplace cyberbullying among lecturers mirawati, ira; Suryana, Asep; Agustin, Herlina; Hidayat, Mien
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Communications Science, Dr. Soetomo University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (74.665 KB) | DOI: 10.25139/jsk.v3i2.1535

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Cyberbullying exists not only among kids and teenagers but also adults. It takes place in many work sectors, including education. This research qualitatively investigated the victims of cyberbullying among lecturers. Thirty lecturers in West Java and Banten, fifteen males and fifteen females, were in-depth interviewed in this phenomenological research. Interviews were conducted by using a semi-structured guide. The results revealed that the victims were the “minority” of their group. They are unmarried young lecturers, lecturers with “negative” physical condition, lecturers with unique or silly habits, male lecturers who feel “scared” of their wives, the “ignored” lecturers, and young lecturers with unproductive working behaviour.
Identifying the victims of workplace cyberbullying among lecturers mirawati, ira; Suryana, Asep; Agustin, Herlina; Hidayat, Mien
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi Vol. 3 No. 2 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Communications Science, Dr. Soetomo University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25139/jsk.v3i2.1535

Abstract

Cyberbullying exists not only among kids and teenagers but also adults. It takes place in many work sectors, including education. This research qualitatively investigated the victims of cyberbullying among lecturers. Thirty lecturers in West Java and Banten, fifteen males and fifteen females, were in-depth interviewed in this phenomenological research. Interviews were conducted by using a semi-structured guide. The results revealed that the victims were the “minority” of their group. They are unmarried young lecturers, lecturers with “negative” physical condition, lecturers with unique or silly habits, male lecturers who feel “scared” of their wives, the “ignored” lecturers, and young lecturers with unproductive working behaviour.