Contribution Threat Perception, School Climate and Prejudice as Mediator to Student's Cyber Aggression

Mardianto Mardianto, Niken Hartati, Farah Aulia, Zulian Fikry, Rahayu Hardianti Utami, Elrisfa Magistarina

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This study aims to test students' cyber aggression models based on previous studies, especially those related to high school students' Cyber Aggression behavior. Following the stages of adolescent development, this research uses the socio-ecological theoretical perspective of the cyber context. This study determines several predictive variables as risk factors and protective factors that have the most potential to influence student cyber aggression, such as perceived threats, school climate, and prejudice. The model tested in this study is the role of the perceived threat and school climate on students' Cyber Aggression behavior mediated by prejudice. This study uses a quantitative approach with structural equation modeling analysis, namely the structural equation model (SEM). The sampling technique used in this study is purposive sampling. The subjects of this study are high school students who actively use social media every day, with 1118 students as respondents from several cities in Indonesia.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbertyac017
JournalJournal of Cybersecurity
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2023
Externally publishedYes


  • cyber aggression
  • prejudice
  • school climate
  • threat perception


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