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Bullying and Responsible Use of Social Media

Orientation 2013
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Annsley Niemann

on 21 February 2013

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Transcript of Bullying and Responsible Use of Social Media

Bullying and Responsible use of Social Media Online Bullying Types of Cyberbullying: For Example.. Facebook.... the DON'Ts Facebook: What Not To Do By Scott and Annsley Statistics: Don't Post "Party Pics"
Don't Post about Drinking or Drugs
Don't Post Negative Things About Other People
Don't Post Negative Things About Your Job or School (ie NAU)
Don't Post Someone Else's Secrets
Don't Post Jokes About Harming Yourself or Others
(I personally also hate political posts...) NAU Confessions Positives about Facebook: Do Employers Really
Check Facebooks? Thanks for Watching...
Questions? Please do not Participate in this and Contribute to the Problem... Responsible Facebook Usage:
-Post the Positives
-Make Sure Pictures are Grandmother Appropriate
-Keep Things Secure
-Be Kind
-If You Can't Say it in Person, Don't Say it at all! Gossip Exclusion Impersonation Harassment Cyberstalking Flaming Outing/Trickery Cyberthreats 39% of Social Network Users report being bullied in some way

88% of teens report seeing someone being mean or cruel on a social networking site 70% of Employers check Social Media
sites before hiring employees so clean it up. But Why? Viewer Discretion is Advised NAU Ratings Remember: Just because you can say something, doesn't mean you should. "A 44 year old publishing executive named Claire Miller was harassed by strangers who were responding to verging-on-pornographic promises someone had made in her name online. These postings included her home address and telephone number." Some boys created a “We Hate Joe” Web site where they posted jokes,
cartoons, gossip, and rumors, all dissing Joe. Sources http://www.girlshealth.gov/bullying/whatis/cyberbully.cfm http://womensissues.about.com/od/violenceagainstwomen/a/StalkingOnline.htm http://www.covenanteyes.com/2012/01/17/bullying-statistics-fast-facts-about-cyberbullying/ http://cmm.lefora.com/2009/08/21/emily-moore-keely-houghton-convicted-of-death-thre/ "Keeley is going to murder the b****." "'She is an actress. What a f***ing liberty. Emily F***head Moore." -Communication with far-away friends
-Communication with people on group pages (ie Orientation)
-Sharing your personal triumphs and "show off" your successes
-Communication with distant family members
-Advertising events to a wide variety of people
-Campaigning for school elections
-Coordinating party invites/RSVPs with friends all in one place
-Post and share pictures with all your friends/families easily Important Contact Information Counseling Services 928-523-2261 (24 hours) Health and Learning Center NAU PD 928-523-3611 (non-emergency) 928-523-3000 (emergency)
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