Expertise in the area of Internet trolling, cyberbullying, cyberstalking and other Problematic Internet use
Dear Glyndŵr University,
Can you please confirm the names of staff that have expertise in the areas of Internet trolling, cyberbullying and cyberstalking as well as other forms of problematic Internet use, such as lurking, flaming, defriending, unfriending, Internet addiction, gaming addiction, digital addiction, online harassment, cyber-harassment.
I would also be grateful if you could provide the titles of theses and dissertations in these areas and the name of the staff that supervised them, including PhDs, higher doctorates and other degrees awarded to staff.
Clearly in order to keep within statutory limits I would not expect a manual search of records, so would be happy for some results to be excluded if it were possible to carry out a search via one or more electronic databases more speedily.
on behalf of Crocels News, LLC
Ref: 040_bishop_cyber experts
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