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Cyberbullying

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Casey Donegan

on 27 April 2016

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Transcript of Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying
How Does Cyberbullying Differ From Traditional Bullying?
The person is anonymous while traditional bullying is in person
Fear of punishment is non-existent because of the persons hidden identity
Language is more offensive
No supervision

Cyberbullying Vs Traditional Bullying
Cyberbullying:
Cyber bullying can worry a person a lot more due to the anonymity of offender
Cyber bullying invades your place of refuge
The victim fears reprisal even more
Can happen at anytime because you don’t have to be in the presence of the person

Report Cyberbullying: Report Cyberbullying to Schools
Cyberbullying can create a disruptive environment at school and is often related to in-person bullying. The school can use the information to help inform prevention and response strategies.
In many states, schools are required to address cyberbullying in their anti-bullying policy. Some state laws also cover off-campus behavior that creates a hostile school environment

Report Cyberbullying:Steps to take
Don’t respond to and don’t forward cyberbullying messages.
Keep evidence of cyberbullying. Record the dates, times, and descriptions of instances when cyberbullying has occurred. Save and print screenshots, emails, and text messages. Use this evidence to report cyberbullying to web and cell phone service providers.
Block the person who is cyberbullying.

Prevention:Be Aware of What you Kids are Doing Online
Talk with your kids about cyberbullying and other online issues regularly.
Know the sites your kids visit and their online activities. Ask where they’re going, what they’re doing, and who they’re doing it with.
Have a sense of what they do online and in texts. Learn about the sites they like. Try out the devices they use.
Ask for their passwords, but tell them you’ll only use them in case of emergency.
Ask to “friend” or “follow” your kids on social media sites or ask another trusted adult to do so.

Effects (Continued)...
Cyberbullying increases the risk of suicide. Kids that are tormented by their peers through social media often begin to feel hopeless and alone. As a result, they may believe that ending their life is the only way to escape these tormentors. On average there is about 575,000 teens that attempt suicide each year.

Overall cyberbullying causes psychological, emotional, and physical stress to each person.

In Person:
The person knows the offender

Traditional bullying happens at school
The person understands his relationship with the offender
Happens for only a couple of minutes

Created by:
Casey Donegan
Taylor Long
Kyle Crotwell
Julia Booker
Jayda Drummond CAT200-001
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