Cyberbullying Coping Questionnaire
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About Cyberbullying Coping Questionnaire
The confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) indicates that there are three items that load on both the mental and passive coping categorizations (e.g., “I try not to think about the cyberbullying”, “I let the cyberbullying happen without reacting”, “I think about fun things that are not related to cyberbullying”). These strategies appear to indicate an active and mental attempt not to think about the cyberbullying, but also indicate a tendency to be inactive and thus being passive.
Similarly to the strategies of the passive coping categorization, these strategies do not solve the problem but probably will relieve stress, because the victim tries to reinterpret the situation. In addition, two items (i.e., “I try not to think about the cyberbullying” and “I act as if the cyberbullying did not happen”) appear to be correlated: they both measure passive coping, however in a mental or behavioural way, respectively.