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Bullying and Cyberbullying

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Maddie Mccommon

on 23 October 2013

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Bullying and Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is commmon on many social networks. Cyberbullying tends to be a major issue. Cyberbullying- The use of electronic communication to bully a person typically by sending messages of an intimadating of threatening nature. This is a serious issue that results in consequences if the person is found cyberbullying.
There threats involved with cyberbullying. It can have major consequences for both the bully and the victim. If the bully is found out they could charged with a crime that is juvenile or involved with felonies. The victim could suffer crucial results. Cyberbulling poses an atmosphere that can have the victim in either psychological or physical harm. The victim could have anxiety issues or be in a mental state that could drive them to the border line of madness. Consequences will be involved for both with cyberbullying.
Preventing Cyberbullying
There are always ways to prevent anything from happening to a victim from cyberbullying. Ways that disaster could't be an option. Watch the social networking online and know what they're doing. Tell your kids that you are responsible and need to watch their activities. Learn about the sites they like and tryout the device. Ask for any securities, like passwords, and tell them it would only be for emergencies. You could " friend " or " follow" what they do on the site. If the kids are being bullied online encourage your kids to immediately tell them what is going on.

Tim got on the computer yesterday. He got on his favorite social network website and was just fooling around on it. Tim usually doesn't get bullied, but the day he got he saw something particularly very mean and crude. He didn't tell anybody for awhile and then it got too much to handle. He ended up with too many anxieties and finally drove himself mad.
Bullying can affect people offline as well. There are two types of this bullying: physical and verbal bullying. Physical bullying is when you see someone being beaten or being in physical contact with other people. ( It's abuse.) Verbal bullying is someone being taunted and mocked, or just saying that are not needed to be said. ( Verbal bullying still affects people!) Bullying itself means a person that uses their power and strength to intimidate the ones that weaker . Bullying has affects on people and it could be harmful.
Consequences and Prevention
Bullies or even the victim might not think that there are consequences to their situations but there are. The bully plays a major role in this. A consequence to the bully could be expelled out of school or even worse, be sent to jail with felonies. ( Felonies can get you in a lot of trouble!) The victim would result in mental disorders, suicidal thoughts and actions, no friends, or even physical symptoms to the underdog. It could also play in effect of behavioural problems to the one getting bullied. The consequences sound rough but there are ways to prevent it. If someone sees another getting either physically or verbally bullied try to step in and help the victim. Don't join the bully in the act. Get an adult to help if the case is turning drastic. You could get the counselor to talk and help the bully. Have solutions by having other students. Consequences to bullying always come but people can prevent it.
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