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Persuasive Speech - cyber-bullying

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Fanny Wen

on 26 June 2013

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Transcript of Persuasive Speech - cyber-bullying

Stop Cyber-bullying
What is cyber-bullying ?
What causes cyber bullying
Negative effects for the victim
Who are the cyber-bullies?
Who are immature
Why cyber-bullying is different with face to face bullying?
Who are involved with hate groups
Who have been bullied themselves
Pleasure of inflicting pain
Negative effect on psychological
- Feel embarrassed
Feel the need to conceal the fact that they are being bullied
Avoiding certain people
- Tend to act anxious
Afraid of further bullying
- Lack of confidence
Difficulty on making emotional and social adjustment
Feeling worthless
- Depression
Suicidal thoughts and attempts
Stomach ulcer
Headaches, stomachaches, or other physical ailments
Negative effect on physiological
- Fall ill
Skin condition
Negative effects on academic
Feel disinterested in shcool
Skip school/class
Fear going to school
Become quieter in class
Less contribution
Worsened concentration
School grades decreased
Real Cases
Megan Meier
- The students made a fake account on Myspace with name John
- They convinced Megan she was talking to Josh who `loved` her
- `Josh` extracted information from Megan that her friends used to
humiliate her online and at school
- Megan killed herself in 2006
Real Cases
Nova Scotia
- The 17-year-old girl killed herself after a photo of her alleged sexual assault was circulated within her school community
- According to her mother, four boys sexually assaulted her daughter when she was 15
- Rehtaeh was then said to have been mocked by classmates, enduring relentless harassment and humiliation after a photo of the attack was circulated at her school and on social media
Why Internet can foster cyber-bullying
95% of all teens age 12-17 are now online
85% of social network-using adults and 69% of teens aged 12-17
Among social media-using teens
One in four teens are mobile phone-internet user
- Increases the likelihood to be involved in cyber-bullying
- No adult supervision
- Online chat mistakes
Sharing personal information
Flashing more than smile on webcam
Engaging in inappropriate conversation with stranger
Failure to report cyber-bullies
How to prevent cyber-bullying
Keep private - keep passwords, pictures, and secrets to yourself
Stop, block, and tell : do not reply, block the sender, tell someone
Save cyber-bullying evidences
Conduct workshops that involve parents, students, and schools
How parents plays an important role to prevent cyber-bullying
Create healthy anti-bullying habits early
Establish household rules about bullying
Teach the child about cyber-bullying
Spread the word that bullying should not be a normal part of childhood
How school plays an important role to prevent cyber-bullying :
Conduct workshops in school that involve parents and students
Deal with cyber-bullying
Protect personal information
Empowering kids to be good digital students
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