The aim of this research is to assess the effectiveness of a prevention program addressed to reduce the children's rates cybervictimization reported in 2014 (in the province of Alicante), from a previous study named CiberApp. The intervention program included 66 briefings of 50 minutes (59 sessions with minors and 7 with their parents and educators) on a sample of 1,575 children under ESO. A questionnaire designed ad hoc to measure the actual frequency of risky behavior on the Internet (pretest) and the intentions of doing these behaviors in the future (post-test) was applied. The intervention has been effective in reducing minors intentions to make each of the evaluated risk behaviors and promoting their self-protection in front of cybervictimization.
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Revista Española de Investigación Criminológica (REIC)
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