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Marlee Laval

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Transcript of Cyberbullying

cyberbullying inquiry project #3 Introduction Significance
and Scope Connections WKBT News: Jennifer Livingston responds to bullying Works Cited Bourgon, Lyndsie. "Some Teens Support Push To Criminalize Cyberbullying, But Free Speech An Issue." n.d. BullyingCanada. Web. 13 January 2013.

Bullying Statistics. "Bullying and Suicide." n.d. Bullying Statistics. Web. 13 January 2013.

Hinduja, Sameer, Ph.D. and Justin W. Patchin, Ph.D. Cyberbullying Research Center. n.d. Web. 10 January 2013.

Miller, Ceilidh. "Stand up, Speak Out and Unite Against Bullying!" 12 October 2012. Youthink. Web. 10 January 2013.

WKBT TV. "Editorial: Jennifer's Message to her Bully." 2 October 2012. Youtube. Web. 10 January 2013. How do we stop this garbage? Both can be
extremely hurtful and lead to bad consequences! What is cyberbullying? "when someone repeatedly harasses, mistreats, or makes fun of another person online or while using cell phones or other electronic devices."

Most common forms of cyberbullying:
mean or hurtful comments online
creating or spreading rumours online
pretending to be someone online
sending/posting mean or hurtful pictures can find almost anyone we know
people are not afraid to speak their minds! anonymity Impact:
What's being done? Perspectives Why does this issue matter?
it's bullying!
serious consequences are occurring

Who is affected by the issue?
anyone can offend OR be victimized
who benefits? absolutely nobody!
who is harmed? the victims and their loved ones! How has this issue changed over time?

Why does this issue continue to be a problem? The Media The Bullies The Victims often afraid to get help
may not even think that they're bullying
likely don't know how much damage they're really causing portrayals of bullying seen everywhere, but for cyberbullying, not so much
however, a lot of media tries to raise awareness of the issue of bullying Social media websites:
codemn cyberbullying - will take down "hate pages," suspend users, etc. State bullying laws in the US:
of the 49 states with bullying laws, 47 include electronic harassment In Canada:
currently pushing to get cyberbullying into the Criminal Code Peer Advocacy don't partake in the bullying or pass along hurtful mesages/pictures
speak out when you see it happening!
reach out and support victims of bullying Reflection Facebook Twitter Formspring YouTube
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