Cyberbullying and gender differences in adolescence
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The review's aim is to examine, through a systematic analysis of last ten years (2007- 2017), the scientific production regarding gender and cyberbullying in adolescence. 22 scientific publications have been extracted, using key-words filter and PRISMA procedure, from 197 total papers available on scientific data-banks (Scopus, PsycArticles, PubMed). Studies' populations, designs, methods, homogeneity and scientific rigor have been examined. Conclusively, the review discusses and reflects around the state of art of the present research field.