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Psas For Cyber Bullying

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  • 1. Cyber Bullying PSA The New Social Issue For Our Generation
  • 2. Did You Know? 42% of kids have been bullied while online. 1 in 4 have had it happen more than once. Hyperlink For Statistic (http://www.isafe.org/channels/sub.php?ch=op&sub_id=media_cyber_bullying) Hyperlink For Picture http://www.isafe.org/channels/sub.php?ch=op&sub_id=media_cyber_bullying
  • 3. Behind Chat Rooms
    • The primary cyber bullying location where victimizing occurs is in chat rooms (56 percent).
    • http://safety.lovetoknow.com/Cyber_Bullying_Statistics
    Hyperlink For Picture - http://www.uberreview.com/wp-content/uploads/cyberbully.jpg
  • 4. Statistics
    • Cyber victimization has been shown to cause poor grades, emotional spirals, poor self-esteem, repeated school absences, and depression
    • Statistic on Quotation
    • http://safety.lovetoknow.com/Cyber_Bullying_Statistics
    Hyperlink For Image - http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51Vk5CzDfDL._SL500_AA240_.jpg
  • 5. The Truth Revealed
    • 2006 teen survey on cyber bullying reported that it affects as many as 13 million teens annually.
    • Hyperlink For Statistic –
    • http://news.cnet.com/Study
    • Cyberbullying-hits-one-third-of
    • teens/2100-1038_3-6193723.html
    Hyperlink For Image – http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2007/11/27/health/textmessaging_533.jpg
  • 6. Unknown Identity vs. Reality
    • Though teens may not know immediately, about three out of four report that they eventually figure out who cyber bullied them. Often, this is a friend, someone they know from school, or someone else they know.
    • http://www.surfsafety.net/C
    • berbullyingExec%20Summar
    • FINAL.htm
    Hyperlink For Picture http://media.ky3.com/images/computer%20typing%20delete.jpg
  • 7. Reasons For Cyber Bullying?
    • Most teens believe that people cyber bully for one (or more) of these reasons: “they think it’s funny” (81 percent); “they simply don’t like the person” (64 percent); or “they view the victim as a loser” (45 percent).
    • Hyperlink For Statistic
    • http://www.surfsafety.net
    • CyberbullyingExec%20Su
    • mary-FINAL.htm
    Hyperlink For Picture http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/images/sect/cyberbullyingpsa.jpg
  • 8. Hiding Game
    • Nearly half of teens said that cyber bullying happens because the cyber bully doesn’t perceive any tangible consequences (47 percent) or feels he or she would not get caught (45 percent).
    • http://www.surfsafety.net
    • CyberbullyingExec%20Su
    • mary-FINAL.htm
    http://digital.asiaone.com/A1MEDIA/news/11Nov07/20071112.135324_reuters_cyberbully.jpg
  • 9. BUT THERE IS HOPE TO HELP OTHERS
  • 10. Possible Solutions Hyperlinks
    • Inform yourself on the damaging affects of Cyber bullying on others:
    • http://www.ncpc.org/topics/by-audience/parents/bullying/cyberbullying
    • http://www.fightcrime.org/cyberbullying/index.php
    • http://www.doe.state.in.us/isssa/bullyingprevention_pg2.html
    • http://www.mindoh.com/
  • 11. Possible Solutions
    • Respect others’ differences and faults. For we are
    • all human and we are all different and have our own
    • faults, even though we might not consider them or
    • recognize them because we are afraid to.
  • 12. Possible Solutions (Continued)
    • 2) Never abuse someone else’s dignity in any
    • shape or form. For if you do, you are not only going to send negative energy to the person
    • you are abusing; but the hurt is going to
    • come back to you with ten times more power
    • then the energy that you released.

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