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Our aim was to evaluate the association between Internet usage patterns of religious and secular adolescents, exposure to cyber-bullying, and psychosomatic symptoms in Israel. A cross-sectional study was carried out using questionnaires administered to 7166 students aged 11–17 (4223 secular; 2943 religious). Cyber-bullying was more common among secular students (11.4%) than religious students (8.4%). Multiple logistic regression predicting cyber-bullying showed significant results for boys, primary school age, Internet usage, bad moods, sleeping disorders, and dizziness. A comparison across school levels and between the education sectors did not show major differences in the probability to experience bullying. However, different characteristics played the role in explaining propensity to that experience.
Updated: Dec. 12, 2019
The multimedia company, 4Wall LLC, has released the Jewish Internet Metric Study which takes a business-oriented, top-level look at the Jewish Web using the practices of the renowned consulting firm McKinsey as a guide. With this analysis the community can better understand the business issues, the competitive situation, and the hurdles and opportunities for sustainability on the Web. The sudy focused on three areas of the Jewish Internet: news-based sites, educational and informational sites, and the search experience for Jewish-based terms.
Updated: Sep. 10, 2009
A listing of what igoogledisrael's editor feels are Israel's top English language Israel content blogs has been published with a short description of each. The collection includes the best of the best, 25 bloggers that he feels you should be taking a look at, especially if you’re interested in knowing how the Holy Land really ticks.
Updated: Aug. 05, 2009
The popular video sharing website, YouTube, has turned to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to contribute to its newly launched Abuse & Safety Center, where users are empowered to identify and confront hate, and to report abuses. The Safety Center features information and links to resources developed by ADL to help Internet users respond to and report offensive material and extremist content that violates YouTube's Community Guidelines on hate speech.
Updated: Dec. 18, 2008