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Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
Cyberbullyingpräsentation
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Cyberbullyingpräsentation

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New Technologies In European Life, Society, Economics And Education

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  • 1. Nice to have you here Wehr dich gegen Cyber-Mobbing! - YouTube Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 2. Cyberbullying Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 3. Contents • Definition • Types –E-mail, maybe sending viruses–Instant messaging and chatrooms –Social networks –Mobile phone Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 4. Contents • Effects• Reasons• Solution • Survey Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 5. Definition• use of mobile phones, instant messaging, e- mail, chat rooms or social networking sites• often done by young people• disguising his or her true identity• victims might feel tormented Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 6. Types Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 7. Types E-Mail• sending emails can be threatening or upsetting• can be sent directly• ‘hate mails’ can include examples of racism, sexism and other types of prejudice. Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 8. Types Sending Viruses• send viruses or hacking programmes to another person• can destroy their computers or delete personal information
  • 9. Types Instant messaging and Chatrooms• Sending messages to friends or victims Social networks• Setting up sites to make fun of someone Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 10. Types Mobile Phone• sending abusive texts, video messages or photo messages• anonymous text messages Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 11. The effects Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 12. The effects• it can leave you feeling mentally vulnerable and very upset• cannot physically hurt you• victims feel scared, lonely and stressed• even at home, the victim does not feel safe Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 13. Reasons Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 14. Reasons• cyberbullies think that they won’t get caught• are bored and have too much time• many do it for laughs Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 15. Solution Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 16. Solution• block the attacks with certain technology software• don´t answer• show no reaction• talk to family, friends or teachers• professional help in serious cases• collect proves  go to the police Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 17. Survey Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 18. Survey• our Survey: carried out at the Berufskolleg Barmen Europaschule• number of participants: 91 people• age from 16 to 28 Birgül, Sandra, Anna
  • 19. 30 Age Do you know cyberbullying? Number25201510 5 0
  • 20. How did you get to know cyberbullying? Friends TV 12% Internet FriendsInternet 24% TV 64%
  • 21. Thank you for your attention. Birgül, Sandra, Anna

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