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  • CYBERBULLYING BY: CAITLIN THORNE NotJustforKids photo: Asher Isbrucker via Flickr
  • CYBERBULLYING is defined as “THE willfulandrepeatedharminflicted On OR through the use of electronic devices. photo: I K O via Flickr
  • onlinebullyingcanhappenacrossmany differentDigitalplatforms photo: Jason Howie via Flickr View slide
  • SocialMediasitessuchas GIVEBULLIESA“WALL”TOHIDEBEHIND photo: GaborfromHungary via MorgueFile View slide
  • Onemillionchildren were harassed, threatened, or subjected to other forms of cyber bullying on Facebook BETWEEN 2010 and 2011. ConsumerReport2011 photo:Wen Tong Neo via Flickr
  • TEXTING is also a tool for cyber-bullies. photo: Jhaymesisviphotography via Flickr
  • Bullyingovertextmessagemeansthatvictimsare vulnerable24hoursaday,evenintheirownhomes. photo: kid-josh via Flickr
  • ITOFTENGOESUNCHALLENGED BYBYSTANDERS THE DANGER OF CYBER-BULLYING IS THAT photo:Tim Snell via Flickr
  • 95%ofsocialmedia-usingteenswhohave witnessedcruelbehavioronsocial networkingsitessaytheyhaveseenothers ignoringthemeanbehavior photo: Fiona Shields via Flickr
  • the consequences of cyber-bullying can be devastating. Cyber-bullying has Been strongly related to suicidal ideation EVEN in comparison with traditional bullying. (2014 Jama Pediatrics) photo: Flood G. via Flickr
  • because of RECENT media attention it is widely believed that cyber-bullying is a STRICTLY adolescent problem photo: MartinaK15 via Flickr
  • BUTCyber-bullying doesnotendwhen highschoolisover. photo: Stephan Geyer via Flickr
  • A 2012 study ON WORKPLACE HARASSMENT found that 8in10officeworkershadexperienced cyber-bullyingbehavioursonat leastoneoccasioninthe previoussixmonths. TheDailyMail photo: hotblack via MorgueFile
  • The cyber-bullying behaviours described in the study included photo: Kirsty Andrews via Flickr BEINGHUMILIATED BEINGIGNORED BEINGGOSSIPEDABOUTThe Daily Mail
  • Even when reported, only1.5% ofbullieslosetheirjobs, but44% oftargeted employeeslosetheirs. The Workplace Bullying Institute photo: Paul Hocksenar via Flickr
  • photo: Jonas Boni via Flickr photo: Phil Whitehouse via Flickr So what can be done to end the “ignored epidemic” of workplace cyber-bullying? Dr. Lisa M S BARROW
  • It is easy to make suggestions. photo: Glenn Harper via Flickr Create, implement, and enforce a zero tolerance policy. Develop procedures for filing and investigating bullying complaints and for correcting behaviour. Provide annual bullying awareness training. Provide support for bullied employees. Commit to creating a bully-free workplace. Do not confront the bully.Documentbullyinginstances.Notifyhumanresources.Seeklegalandmedicalassistance
  • However, it is very difficult for a victim of CYBER bullying to COME FORWARD AND SEEK HELP. photo: hotblack via MorgueFile
  • Cyber-Bullies(young oradult)needtobe heldaccountableFOR THEIRACTIONS bothonlineandin therealworld. photo: Daniel James via Flickr
  • thenexttimeyouseeaninstanceof HARASSMENTonline,Don’tSCROLLBY. UNLIKECYBER-BULLYING.photo: SEO via Flickr
  • SourcesAlex Ward.“Cyberbullying in the Workplace Widespread.” The Daily Mail. 2 November 2012. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2226572/Cyberbullying-workplace- widespread.html “Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Suicide Statistics.” The Megan Meier Foundation. 2014. http://www.meganmeierfoundation.org/statistics.html “Cyberbullying Statistics – Internet Safety 101.”Enough is Enough Foundation. http://www.internetsafety101.org/cyberbullyingstatistics.htm “Definition:What Does Cyberbullying Exactly Mean?” End to Cyber Bullying Organization. http://www.endcyberbullying.org/definition-what-does-cyberbullying-exactly-mean/ Lisa Barrow.“Workplace Bullying:The Ignored Epidemice.” October 2011. http://drlisabarrow.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/ barrows_bullying_article_detroit.pdf