Cyberbullying and Cyber Crime

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Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd University

Learning outcome assessment | Section 201 Research: Cyber bullying and cyber crime, one reason the Internet has turned from beneficial to disastrous Dr Ali Alghazo

Yomna Loai Al-Ibrahim – 201001070 Wala’a Al-Yousef – 201101049

Table of Contents Research Proposal ............................................................................................................ 3 Introduction: ..................................................................................................................... 3 Purpose: ............................................................................................................................. 3 Rational: ............................................................................................................................. 4 Research Question: .......................................................................................................... 4 Brief Literature Review: ................................................................................................. 4 Literature Review .............................................................................................................. 7 Methodology ..................................................................................................................... 13 Findings ............................................................................................................................. 11 Discussion ......................................................................................................................... 14 Conclusion ......................................................................................................................... 18 Recommendation:

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