The 62th annual conference of the International Communication Association was organised in London, UK (June 17-21, 2013). The following studies of MIOS researchers were presented at the conference:
How Product Representation Shapes Virtual Experiences and Repatronage Intention
by Suzanne Overmars, Karolien Poels
Under pressure to sext? Applying the Theory of Planned Behaviour on Adolescents’ Sexting
by Michel Walrave, Wannes Heirman
Predicting Adolescents’ Disclosure of Personal Information in Exchange for Commercial Incentives: An Application of an Extended Theory of Planned Behavior
by Michel Walrave, Wannes Heirman, Koen Ponnet
Bystanders of Cyberbullying: Personal Characteristics and Contextual Factors That Determine 'Helping','Joining In', and 'Doing Nothing'
by Katrien Van Cleemput, Sara Pabian, Heidi Vandebosch
Determinants of Bystander Behaviour in Cyberbullying Incidents Amongst Adolescents
by Sara Bastiaensens, Katrien Van Cleemput, Karolien Poels, Heidi Vandebosch (UAntwerp); Ann DeSmet, Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij (UGhent).
Who Bullies Who Online: A Social Network Analysis of Cyberbullying in a School Context
by Denis Wegge, Heidi Vandebosch (UAntwerp); Steven Eggermont (KULeuven)
Modeling Proximal Determinants of Cyberbullying Perpetration
by Sara Pabian, Heidi Vandebosch
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