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CYBER-BULLYING By Jesse Bolan The E ffects , the Turmoil , the Destruction. THE TERM. ξ Cyber-bullying is when the use of internet, cell phones, or any technological device is used to send text messages or images that intend to embarrass, harass, or hurt another person. .
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ξ Cyber-bullying is when the use of internet, cell phones, or any technological device is used to send text messages or images that intend to embarrass, harass, or hurt another person.
ξ Cyber-bullying is occurring in schools and at homes.
ξ Schools set up board meetings to discuss cyber-bullying and possible ways to prevent it—though it is a difficult problem to tackle.
ξ The harm of this issue can be more than emotional hurt. It can lead to the physical violence of ones self, or to others.
ξ Cyber-bullying leaves innocent children as victims to discrimination, hate, humiliation, and sometimes even suicide. ξ There are cases of murders caused by cyber-bullying, as well as fights, dropouts, and the failing of classes due to the stress a cyber-bully causes a victim.
ξ42% of kids have been bullied while online.
ξ35% have received serious threats.
ξ 53% of kids admit to having bullied online.
ξ More than 1 in every 3 children have repeatedly bullied.
ξ The Tinker Standard reflects students’ free speech and the school’s interest in ensuring safety for all its students.
ξ It allows for the freedom of speech, but with appropriate censorship.
ξ Cell Phones
ξ Online Video Games
ξ Many cyber-bullies are never identified. By using temporary email accounts, using pen names in chat rooms, or sending anonymous text messages, they are able to mask their identity.
ξIf receiving emails from a cyber-bully, don’t open them any longer, but don’t delete them either. Law enforcement may need them for convicting.
ξTell your parents/guardian, teacher, or the authorities right away.
ξ Schools must be monitored and well informed in order to help prevent potential acts of violence—be it physical or emotionally committed. You as a parent can make the needed change in a student’s life.
ξ Parents must also be well informed, and listen to their children whenever they show signs of depression, or tell of a bothering incident that occurred in or out of school.
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