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Cyberbullying against Rivals: Application of Key Theoretical Concepts Derived from Situational Action Theory

Overview of attention for article published in Deviant Behavior, May 2020
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Cyberbullying against Rivals: Application of Key Theoretical Concepts Derived from Situational Action Theory
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Deviant Behavior, May 2020
DOI 10.1080/01639625.2020.1762452
Authors

Shamila Shadmanfaat, Dustin A. Richardson, Caitlyn N. Muniz, John K. Cochran, Saeed Kabiri, C. Jordan Howell

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#12,077,230
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#560
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