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Cyberbullying

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Chelsea Gunther

on 3 April 2014

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Transcript of Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying
What is bullying?
Unwanted, aggressive behavior
Involves a power imbalance
Repeated
Verbal bullying
Social bullying
Physical bullying
What is cyberbullying?
Bullying that takes place over technology
Mean textx/emails, rumors posted on social networking sites, embarrassing pictures and videos, and fake profiles
http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/TFM3PcD3dGwllGv
What is Cyberbullying?
Bullying through use of technology

Can include: Mean texts/emails, rumors posted on social networking sites, embarrassing pictures and videos, fake profiles

May be more devastating than traditional face-to-face bullying
Cyberbully Victim
2011 Youth Risk Behavior
Surveillance Survey
20% of students
in grades 9-12
experienced bullying
16% of students
in grades 9-12
experienced
cyberbullying
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Why doesn't the victim report cyberbullying?
Fear of backlash from the bully
Already socially isolated
Humiliated
Don't want to be seen as weak
Want to feel in control
Only 1/3 of kids notify an adult
Effects & Warning Signs
Substance abuse
Lower self-esteem
Decline in school performance and attendance
Change in sleep and eating patterns
Health complaints and changes
Sadness, loneliness
Sudden loss of friends or avoiding social situations
Self-destructive behavior
Who are the victims?
Perceived as different
Don't get alone with others
Appear to be weak and unable to defend themselves
Often bullied in person
Groups at a greater risk
:

LGBT youth
Youth with disabilities
Religion
Race, ethnicity, national origin
The Cyberbully
Who are the cyberbullies?
Cyberbully A: Connected to peers, social power, concerned with popularity

Cyberbully B: Isolated from peers, low self-esteem, easily pressured by peers, doesn't identify with emotions/feelings of others
Factors & Warning Signs
Aggressive
Easily frustrated
Competitive and worry about reputation
Less parental involvement
Have friends who bully
Why do people cyberbully?
To be funny
Anonymity
Disregard for other's feelings
Attention
References
http://www.stopbullying.gov/index.htm

http://cyberbullying.us/
Bystanders
By doing
nothing
, you're doing
something
.
How can schools prevent cyberbullying?
Create policies and rules
Educate
Engage parents and youth
Build a safe environment
Assess the school
Challenges to preventing cyberbullying
Many people don't see the harm
Not everyone wants to step up and take responsibility
-Parents
-Teachers
-Law enforcement
Cyberbullying & Legal Issues
Grace's Law
Megan Meier
Grace McComas
There is no federal law that applies to cyberbullying, in some cases it overlaps with discriminatory harassment
The Megan Meier Cyberbullying Prevention Act was introduced in 2008 but has not been passed
Prohibits misuse of an "interactive internet service," which includes inflicting serious emotional distress on a minor or places the minor in reasonable fear of injury or death

Violators are guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by imprionment for up to 1 year and/or $500 maximum fine
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