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Cyberbullying

Health Project
by

Karuna Gangwani

on 17 October 2014

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Transcript of Cyberbullying

A
public showing
of
personal conversations
.
Occurs when the harasser prints or displays email, text, or chat communication that
the victim intended to be kept private
.
Outing
Any form of harassment or threats issued
by an anonymous bully
.
The harasser may use an online alias (a.k.a. a screen name), a blocked phone number, or a borrowed cell phone to bully, making it difficult to determine their identity.
Anonymity
What is
?
The use of
electronic communication
to
bully
a person, typically by
sending messages
of an
intimidating
or
threatening
nature.

of teenagers
with
tech access
report being
cyberbullied
over the past year.
Messages
of young people think

bullying online
is
easier to get away with
than
bullying in person
.
But what impact
can
cyberbullying have
Depression
on the
target
?
Suicidal Thoughts
Poor Self-Esteem
Sleep Deprivation
Headaches
Anxiety
sender
recipient
Cyberbullying
Flaming
Harassment
An
intense, angry argument
carried out over instant messaging, social networks, or chat rooms.
}
Embarrassing, hurtful, or terrorizing messages
aimed directly
at an individual or group using text message or online communication.
Masquerading
Occurs when a cyber bully goes to great lengths to
make themselves appear as someone they are not
.
just go kill urself
already!


are
Girls
2x
to be
as likely as boys
victims
of cyberbullying.
perpetrators
&
ONLY
victims will inform
a
parent
or a
trusted adult
of their abuse.
parents know
their child has been
bullied online.
2:9
Cyberbullying victims are
more
likely
to consider · · · · · · ·
committing suicide
.
think about suicide
.
1 in 10
attempt it
1 in 5
cyberbullied teens
And
each year
,
killing
succeed
in
about
4,500 teens
themselves.
50%
of cyber bullies
report cyberbullying
only for fun
.
to
‘teach someone a lesson’
.
Only
20%
report doing it
of teens who
witness
online bullying
say they
ignore
it.
Victims of cyber bullying
the
often
don’t know
who
are.
perpetrators
WHO
COULD IT
BE??!!
What
consequences
Federal charges
do
cyber bullies
face?
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
School suspensions
Criminal charges
Prosecution under stalker laws
account closure
Websites:
www.ncpc.org
www.wiredsafety.org
www.stopcyberbullying.org
www.stopbullying.gov
How to react
What not to do:
­Sink to the bully’s level.
Forward bullying content or messages.
Believe the bully.
Ignore
Record
Reach out
Cut off the bully (by blocking them)
Internet, Cell Phone, and Social Media Use
will all continue to grow among teens.
But if more and more people speak up:
bullying doesn't have to!
watching!
Thanks
for
to cyberbullying:
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