Cyberbullying... Kills

by: Lukene Arenas and Maryellice Quinoez

Cyberbullying: there is a way out!

Statistics of Cyberbullying

• 7 out of 10 young people have been victims of cyberbullying.
• 37% young people have experienced cyberbullying on a highly frequent basis
• 20% of young people have experienced extreme cyberbullying on a daily basis

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Cyber Bullying Kills

History of Social Media

It's no secret that people spend a lot of time with electronic gadgets these days. How much time that actually is, is astonishing nonetheless: according to Nielsen's Total Audience Report, Americans aged 18 and older spend more than 11 hours a day watching TV, listening to the radio or using smartphones and other electronic devices.

Considering that most people are awake 16 to 18 hours a day, 11 hours of electronic media usage seems like a lot, but, to be fair, much of that probably happens while doing other things at the same time. It's a good thing people were given the ability to multitask; otherwise we wouldn't get a whole lot done these days.People Are Now Spending A Mind-Boggling 21 Minutes Per Day On Instagram.


People Are Now Spending A Mind-Boggling 21 Minutes Per Day On Instagram
As you can see in the picture, FaceBook is the highest one on a 70%. If you need help report as a spam.
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How to Beat Cyberbullies
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CYBERBYLLING CAUSES REAL HARM

Anti Cyberbullying Tips

Don’t respond. If someone bullies you, remember that your reaction is usually exactly what the bully wants. It gives him or her power over you. Who wants to empower a bully?

Don’t retaliate. Getting back at the bully turns you into one and reinforces the bully’s behavior. Help avoid a whole cycle of aggression.

Save the evidence. The only good news about digital bullying is that the harassing messages can usually be captured, saved, and shown to someone who can help. You need to do this even if it’s minor stuff, in case things escalate.

Talk to a trusted adult. You deserve backup. It’s always good to involve a parent but – if you can’t – a school counselor usually knows how to help. Sometimes both are needed. If you’re really nervous about saying something, see if there’s a way to report the incident anonymously at school.

Block the bully. If the harassment’s coming in the form of instant messages, texts, or profile comments, do yourself a favor: Use preferences or privacy tools to block the person. If it’s in chat, leave the “room.”

Be civil. Even if you don’t like someone, it’s a good idea to be decent and not sink to the other person’s level. Also, research shows that gossiping about and trash talking others increases your risk of being bullied. Treat people the way you want to be treated.

Don’t be a bully. How would you feel if someone harassed you? You know the old saying about walking a mile in someone’s shoes; even a few seconds of thinking about how another person might feel can put a big damper on aggression. That’s needed in this world.

Be a friend, not a bystander. Watching or forwarding mean messages empowers bullies and hurts victims even more. If you can, tell bullies to stop or let them know harassment makes people look stupid and mean. It’s time to let bullies know their behavior is unacceptable – cruel abuse of fellow human beings. If you can’t stop the bully, at least try to help the victim and report the behavior.

http://www.safekids.com/tips-to-stop-cyberbullying/

You Are You (Short Film:Teenage Bullying)
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Treat other how you want to be treated.

Values vs Cyberbullying

Top 3 values that we should share on the web.


RESPECT- Treat people the way you want to be treated. If you respect everyone you will never be a bully.

TRUSTWORTHY- Be a trustful person. If someone tels you something make sure you keep it to yourself. Never post anything in the web that can make anyone fell bad about themselves.

CARING- care for your friends, family and everyone protect them on the internet especialy in social sities.


Top 3 values that we shouldn't share on the web.


UNFRIENDLY- Even if someone is not your friend. Do not post anything that can make them feel bad.

DISREPCTFUL- Never be disrespectful to others, defenetly not in the internet.

HARMFUL- Do not harm anyone, because you can acctualy harm them pretty bad. Including sucidal thoughts, and sometimes suacide.

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