Cyberbullying

By; Meg Billingsley

Cyber bullying

Cyber bullying- (noun) the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.

How is it affecting the world today?

-depression and anxiety in kids (www.stopbullying.gov)

-increase in violence in the bully (www.stopbullying.gov)

-health complaints in the victim

-missing or skipping of school

-lower grades

-begin in abuse of alcohol and other drugs

-increase in mental health problems in victim

-increase in criminal acts in the bully

Cyber bullying is WRONG!!!

If someone around you is getting bullied, TAKE ACTION!!!!!

How do you solve it?

-Tell a trusted adult

-know that it is not your fault (www.connectsafely.org)

-don't respond (ww.connectsafely.org)

-tell the bully to stop!!!! (www.connectsafely.org)

-reach out for help

-save the eviidence

How might technology cause cyber bullying?

-the bully can target people with doing it face to face

-the bully can bully without people knowing who it is

-the bully can team up with a group of people

-the bully can do it without there parents knowing

-the bully can do it without the teachers and or principles knowing

-the bully can delete what they said.

Different technology that you can get bullied on.

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In Snapchat you can send a mean message and the it will disappear.

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On Instagram you can take photos of people out of context and blackmail them

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On Facebook you can bully someone in a group of people so you feel more comfortable.

More cyber bullying facts.

Bibliography

Works Cited

"Effects of Bullying." U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, n.d. Web. 4 Dec. 2014.

"Tips to Help Stop Cyberbullying - ConnectSafely." Connect Safely, 2014. Web. 4 Dec. 2014.

By; Meg BIllingsley