Teen Sweethearts and BFFs Are Terrorizing Each Other Online, Study Reveals

8/22/2016 - Associate Professor of Sociology Bob Faris at Broadly.

In recent years, stories about cyberbullying have been everywhere as peer aggression amongst adolescents has spread onto the internet. But while the face of teen Twitter bullies is usually assumed to be the class jerks, today researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of California, Davis, released a study that found teens are most likely to be cyberbullied by their friends and people they're in romantic relationships with.

Read the full story at Broadly.