Participatory Design to Address Disclosure-Based Cyberbullying

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Title
Participatory Design to Address Disclosure-Based Cyberbullying
Journal
Designing Interactive Systems Conference
Author(s)
Aliyu Sadiq, Khan Sushmita, N. Mbodj Amina, Osho Oluwafemi, Li Lingyuan, Knijnenburg Bart, Cherubini Mauro
Publication state
Published
Issued date
04/07/2024
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Language
english
Abstract
Disclosure-based cyberbullying is defined as sharing personal information without consent, often with malicious intentions. This affects young adults and leads to long-term personal damage (i.e., career, reputation, and family). Current strategies on social media platforms fall short of addressing this problem. We engaged 20 young adults (18-34) through a participatory design approach in co-designing solutions that reflect their concerns, needs, and desires. Participants were divided into three groups based on their cyberbullying experience as victim, discloser, or attacker. Our participants designed 15 solutions for prevention, intervention, support, and awareness. These solutions reveal the need for privacy control, anonymity, and autonomy for victims, a restorative justice system, social media accountability, and the involvement of influencers and content creators in awareness and education. We provide implications for progressive and adaptive social media awareness campaigns, a compassionate justice system, and soft control of personal information ownership.
Keywords
Privacy, Information disclosure, Cyberbullying, Participatory design
Funding(s)
University of Lausanne
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11/06/2024 16:28
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12/06/2024 6:59
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