Luxembourg publications

Publications

Steffgen, G. (2014). Cyberbullying: Missbrauch mittels neuer elektronischer Medien [Cyberbullying: Abuse through new electronic devices]. In H. Willems, & D. Ferring (Eds.), Macht und Missbrauch in Institutionen (pp. 133-150). Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien. http://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/15756|

Smith, P.K., & Steffgen, G. (2013). (Eds.). Cyberbullying through the new media: Findings from an international network. Hove: Psychology Press.

Smith, P.K., Steffgen, G., & Sittichai, R. (2013). The nature of cyberbullying, and an international network. In P.K. Smith & G. Steffgen (Eds.), Cyberbullying through the new media: Findings from an international network (pp. 3-19). Hove: Psychology Press.

Smith, P.K. & Steffgen, G. (2013). Cyberbullying: Recent Areas of Research, and the Work of COST IS0801. Bulletin of the International Society for Research on Aggression, 35(1), 20-23.

Smith, P.K. & Steffgen, G. (2013). The COST-Action on cyberbullying: Developing an International Network. In B.K. Wiederhold & G.Riva (Eds.), Annual Review of Cybertherapy and Telemedicine (pp. 173-177). IOS Press.

Schaan, V., & Melzer, A. (2014). Media is family business: Parental mediation of children’s television and video game use. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Steffgen, G., König, A., Pfetsch, J., & Melzer, A. (2011). Are cyberbullies less empathic? Adolescents’ cyberbullying behavior and empathic responsiveness. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 14(11), 643-648.

Bredemus, L. (2010). Cyberbullying in Luxemburg. Bestandsaufnahme in den luxemburgischen Lyzeen. Unpublished manuscript, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

König, A., Gollwitzer, M., & Steffgen, G. (2010). Cyberbullying as an act of revenge? Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 20(2), 210-224.

Melzer, A. (2010). Kinder, Jugendliche und Videospiele: Was Eltern wissen sollten (II) – Was macht Videospiele attraktiv? Wie können Eltern handeln? [Enfants, adolescents et jeux vidéo : ce que les parents doivent savoir (II) – Qu’est-ce qui rend les jeux vidéo atrayants ? Comment les parents peuvent-ils réagir ?] In Salon International du Livre de l’Enfance et de la Jeunesse – Luxembourg a.s.bl. (Ed.), Kuck mat wat deng Kanner maachen! (pp. 45-59). Luxembourg: Imprimerie Saint-Paul. [Children, teenagers and video games: What parents should know (II) – What makes video games attractive? How can parents react?]

Steffgen, G., König, A., Pfetsch, J., & Ewen, N. (2010). Interdire pour prévenir? Les effets de l’interdiction d’utiliser le téléphone mobile à l’école pour lutter contre le cyber-bullying. Une expérience au Luxembourg. La Revue Française d’Education Comparée, 6,185-206. [Prohibition aimed at preventing? The effects of the prohibition on using mobile phones in school to fight against cyber-bullying. An experience in Luxembourg]

Steffgen, G., Pfetsch, J., König, A, & Melzer, A. (2010). Effects of traditional bullying and empathy on cyberbullying. In R. Zukauskiene (Ed.), Conference proceedings. XIV European Conference on Developmental Psychology ECDP (485-490). Pianoro, Italy: Medimond.

Steffgen, G., Vandebosch, H., Völlink, T., Deboutte, G., & Dehue, F. (2010). Cyberbullying in BENELUX. In J. Merchan & T. Jäger (Eds.), (Hrsg.), Cyberbullying: an international perspective (pp. 80 - 98). Madrid: Universitas.

Leitfaden zur Informationssicherheit. (2009). Luxembourg: Ministerium für Erziehung und Berufsausbildung, Informationssicherheitsportal CASES des Ministeriums für Wirtschaft und Aussenhandel. [Guidelines for information security]

Steffgen, G., König, A., Pfetsch, J. & Melzer, A. (2009). The role of empathy for adolescents’ cyberbullying behaviour. Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny, 214(4), 183-198.
e-Sicherheits-Kit für die Familie. (2008). Luxembourg: Insafe/Liberty Global-UPC. [e-safety kit for the family] Kit familial de sécurité en ligne. (2008). Luxembourg: Insafe/Liberty Global-UPC. [e-safety kit for the family]

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