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Persuasive Speech: Cyberbullying

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Marco Zamora

on 1 May 2013

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Transcript of Persuasive Speech: Cyberbullying

Arizona Needs a Revised and Powerful Cyberbullying Law "Nearly two-thirds of students who are bullied are bullied because of their looks or speech" (Arizona Association of School Psychologists, 2013). Finally, I will elaborate on ways you can carry out this solution and fix cyberbullying in all educational levels. Problem: House Bill 2415 identifies and enacts the anti-bullying law in schools but it does not have strong provisions for cyberbullying. Call to Audience: First and foremost, contact your state legislators, then school governing boards, school personnel (school psychologist), and community resources to let them know that any type of bullying will not be tolerated. Solution: Senate Bill 1549 needs to be reintroduced back in the Legislature for further discussion and implementation of a cyberbullying law. Next, I will provide you with a well-rounded solution that solves for the grey areas in cyberbullying. First, I will explain the lack of interpretation of cyberbullying in House Bill 2415 and why it needs to be changed. "Cyberbullying is, but not limited to, any act of bullying committed by use of electronic technology or electronic communication devices, including telephone devices, social networking and other internet communications, on school computers, networks, forums, mailing lists, or other District-owned property, and by means of an individual's personal electronic media and equipment."
(Arizona School Boards Association, 2011) "About 58% of kids admit someone has said mean or hurtful things to them online. More than 4 out of 10 say it has happened more than once." (Anti-Defamation League, 2011) How do I find or contact my Legislators? Go to the following link: http://www.azleg.gov/alisStaticPages/HowToContactMember.asp In Review .... In conclusion: by Marco A. Zamora
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