Cyber bullying Pada Generasi Z di Universitas X

Sayed Anggie Syahputra, Hafnidar Hafnidar, Widi Astuti

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This study aims to see how cyberbullying behavior is carried out by generation Z at University X by using a descriptive quantitative research method with univariate data analysis. Data was obtained through a cyberbullying scale with 97 research subjects from generation Z who did cyberbullying at University X in North Aceh District. Sampling using purposive sampling technique. The results of the research data show that generation Z at University X is classified as low in cyberbullying with a proportion of 58.7%, meaning that they do cyberbullying with an infrequent or infrequent frequency. Generation Z who came from the Agrotechnology study program had the highest score for the high category of doing cyberbullying, namely 53.8%, and it was also found that men were more likely to be high in cyberbullying with a proportion of 45% compared to women at 29.8%, while the Z who used the internet 4 to 8 hours had the highest cyberbullying behavior, which was 41.7%. The aspect of cyberbullying that was highest practiced was bullying with a value of 50.51%, and the least practiced was exclusion with a value of 64.94%

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Cyber bullying, Generasi Z, Mahasiswa

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.2910/insight.v1i4.11678

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