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Bullying, Cyber-bullying & Cyber-Integrity


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A poster presentation on Bullying, Cyber-bullying & Cyber-Integrity that was featured at the 2013 NEACUHO Annual Conference

A poster presentation on Bullying, Cyber-bullying & Cyber-Integrity that was featured at the 2013 NEACUHO Annual Conference

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  • 1. Bullying, Cyber-bullying, Cyber-Integrity & the Role of Student Affairs Professionals Sponsored by The Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center at Bridgewater State University Bullying vs Fighting... Cyber-Bullying WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE? JOIN THE CONVERSATION The Recipe for Bullying: 1. More Power • What gives students power? 2. Repetition • How often is this happening? 3. Emotional Reaction • Do victims feel sad, scared, afraid, nervous or anxious? WHAT IMPACT DOES Bullying HAVE ON THE RESIDENTIAL EXPERIENCE? WHAT IS RELATIONAL AGGRESSION? HOW SHOULD WE EDUCATE STUDENTS ABOUT THESE TOPICS? RESEARCH POSTER PRESENTATION DESIGN © 2011 #StopBullying | @MARC_at_BSU #DigitialIdentity WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR, & A COLLEGE FRESHMAN? HOW DO YOU TRAIN STUDENTS TO BE SUPPORTIVE & EFFECTIVE HELPERS, IN THE RESIDENTIAL AND VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES THEY LEAD? Cyber-Integrity Statistics Case Study Case Study 1: Bullying A resident comes to you and explains that they feel anxious every time they walk into their room. Their roommate always has friends over, they feel intimidated to speak up and afraid that they go through their things. The student constantly finds their belongings missing, their clothes worn and newly purchased items opened without permission. • • Case Study 2: Cyber-Bullying A resident comes to you and explains that they see their roommate tweeting about “rude, messy and inconsiderate people”. • • HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO CHICKERING’S VECTOR 7: Developing Integrity? WHAT ARE THE DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES RELATED TO SOCIAL MEDIA AND ITS’ AFFECTS ON THE FIRST-YEAR STUDENT EXPERIENCE? HOW DO UPPER-CLASS & FIRST-YEAR RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS DIFFER IN ESTABLISHING THEIR IDENTITY? HOW DOES SOCIAL MEDIA ILLUMINATE SUCH DEVELOPMENTAL DIFFERNECES? What do you do? How do you coach the student to effectively confront their roommate? Case Study 3: Cyber-Integrity A resident comes to you in hopes that you can help them with their impending job search. You ask to see their resume and it has a link to their twitter account. Their most recent tweet says: @SusieCutie6699: Last Night = #Wasted; Today = #Hungover #Seniors13 #RAGE • • WHAT IS CYBER-INTEGRITY? WHAT IS A DIGITAL IDENTITY? What should you do? Do you consider this bullying? Why/Why not? • What issues arise from viewing this tweet? What should you include in your conversation with Susie about being congruent? Having Integrity? Building a Personal/Professional Branding? What do you think an employers’ reaction would be? Contact Us Jazmin Averbuck | @Jazmin_Averbuck Resident Director, Merrimack College P. Max Quinn, M.Ed. | @PMaxQuinn Residence Hall Director, University of New Hampshire Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center Elizabeth Englander Ph.D. Department of Psychology, Director of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, Bridgewater State University MARC Website: ‘Like’ us on Facebook/MARCBSU Follow us on Twitter @MARC_at_BSU