Generating a result that should surprise no one, a study concludes that while all youths (teens 13-17) experienced increased cyberbullying compared to before the pandemic, Asian American youths endured were increasingly targeted because of their race after the pandemic started. Asian American teens saw the largest increase in cyberbullying, as well as the biggest increase in what they felt were race-based harrassment (self-reported). Multi-racial teens also saw an large increase in general cyberbullying and race-based cyberbullying.
Note that the full text of article is behind a paywall. A summary of the study can be found at this link at the US National Institute of Health.
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