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Cyberbullying cp project

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Abraham Fuentes

on 21 June 2013

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Consequences?
Cyberbullying happens everyday, but most people are too afraid to tell anyone about the issue. Cyberbullying can lead to harm from mental to physical. If you are the bully in the situation you could be punished for anything from a school detention to court sentence. Not only are people afraid to admit it but they're too scared because of what the bully might do.
What is it???
CyberBullying- (noun) Bullying through social media. Consequences can be very extreme. Enormous amount of caution must be taken when dealing with Cyberbullying.
Cyber Bullying
Cyber Bullying can
happen over the phone with texting or video chatting.
THINK BEFORE YOU TYPE... YOU COULD SAVE A LIFE
Cyberbullying in acton
Many of the cyberbullying happening
is from in real life problems such as
relationships, friends, etc.

http://www.educationnews.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/cyber-bullying-mobile-phone-facebook.jpg
C.P. CyberBullying
Common sites or apps for cyberbullying:
~Twitter
~Facebook
~MySpace
~Youtube
~Tumblr
~Wanelo
~Instagram
~Ask.fm
~Skype
~Oovoo
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Graph of Cyberbullying in the past 20 years up to 2010.
1-800-Get-a-life
Why is it a problem?
CyberBullying is a problem because it could lead to people having physical, and/or emotional problems. It could also lead to someone committing suicide.
Persuasive paragraph
Cyber bullying is a major issue and can happen anywhere that has internet or cell phone connection. Thousands of kids are affected and hurt by bullying online. Bullying is much easier to do online so it is a much more major issue than bullying in everyday life. This type of bullying can cause problems for people mentally and physically. Cyberbullying needs to come to an end as soon as possible. Kids or even adults almost everywhere can be either the bully or the victim. This can cause people to go into depression or begin to self harm themselves. Anyone can be a victim of cyberbullying, just one mean text or one mean post can lead down a road of bullying. If you text or use social media there is a good chance you have either cyber bullied or been a victim of cyberbullying at one point. Cyberbullying is an increasing issue as iphones and other devices are becoming more and more popular. With a device that is portable, it is much easier to post or text something hurtful. Some people may say that cyberbullying is not an issue but from a recent study as of 2010, 20% of kids admitted to cyberbullying others. Another survey shows that in 2004 more than 40% of kids said they had been cyberbullied. This is proof of how much of a problem cyberbullying is. If our problem is solved, the changes we see in kids that happen when they're bullied will lower and the internet will be a happier place.
Statistics and Data
Over 80% of teens use cell phones regularly making it the most common used item to cyberbullying
Dosomething.org
More then 50% of all American teens have experienced cyberbullying.
cyber-bullying-facts.com
Who We Contacted:
http://www.cyberbullying.us/aboutus.php
Dr. Sameer Hinduja, Co-Director of the Cyberbullying Research Center.

Justin W. Patchin, Co-Director of the Cyberbullying Research Center

Sadly we did not receive any replies from the people we contacted.
What you can do to help.
What you can do to help is to stand up for others who are getting bullied online and if the problem really does get out of hand then you may have to contact a adult.
As technology has improved over the years so has the ability to cyberbully.
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