The phrase "This will be certainly heard by Kru Angkana" may not be as hot now as it was last month when a cyber-bullied student uttered the words in a YouTube clip, but it has not reduced the problem of children who suffer online bullying. In fact, it's getting harsher since parents and society lack understanding in dealing with the problem.
Research on "cyber-bullying management by family participation" conducted by the National Institute for Child and Family Development, Mahidol University, found that society still lacks understanding and knowledge of the problem of cyber bullying. Parents don't have an opportunity to monitor their children's activity online and are not aware of cyber-bullying.
The research was conducted with two groups: youths aged 15-24 years old and their parents. Quantity research was conducted with 1,600 people, while 60 people in Bangkok and the suburbs were the subject of in-depth interviews.
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