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  • 1. By:Eric Dudziak James Van Tine & Jenna Dischner
  • 2.
    • Cyberbullying is the use of
    • e-mail, instant messaging, chat rooms, pagers, cell phones, or other forms of information technology to deliberately harass, threaten, or intimidate someone
  • 3.
    • Humiliation doesn’t end after onlookers disappear
    • It is hard for the victim to escape
    • Can be done anonymously
    • Can be done with little effort
    • Can be carried out repeatedly at any convenient time for the bully
    • Constant audience
  • 4.
    • Girls are twice as likely as boys to be bullied and perpetrators of cyberbullying.
    • 35% of teens have been bullied online
    • 56% of cyberbullying happens in chatrooms
    • FEELINGS AFTER:
    • 34% frustrated
    • 22%sad
    • 30% angry
    • DO THEY TELL?
    • 41% tell no one
    • 38% tell online friend
    • AFTER TELLING
    • 19% situation improved
  • 5.
    • BY PARENTS:
    • Monitor children online
    • Know what your children are doing online
    • Talk to children about how to treat others online and how they should be treated
    • Make restrictions
    • BY VICTIMIZED TEENS:
    • Block communication
    • Delete before you read a bully’s message
    • Save and show an adult
    • Don’t respond to the perpetrator
  • 6.
    • HIGH SCHOOL MALES
    • BAD NEWS:
    • (14/21 use internet 0-2 hours a day)
    • 17/21 said their parents haven’t talked to them about how to treat other online
    • 16/21 said parents NEVER look at what they’re doing online
    • BUT , 19/21 have a facebook or myspace ?
    • 6/21 said they have received mean or nasty text messages 5 times or more in the last six months, 7/21 said they received them 4 or less times.
    • GOOD NEWS:
    • 15/21 said in the last 6 months they have not been in an online fight
    • 16/21 said they have not received threatening online messages
    • HIGH SCHOOL FEMALES
    • BAD NEWS:
    • 12/24 said they have receeved mean or nasty text messages at 0-4 times in the last six months.
    • 7/24 said they have received mean or nasty text messages 5 or more times in the last six months
    • GOOD NEWS:
    • 10/24 girls said that their parent HAVE talked to them about how to treat others online
    • 10/24 sais there parents occasionally check what they’re doing online
    • 23/24 have a facebook or myspace
    • 21/24 have not received threatening messages online
  • 7.
    • From the survey it seems that text messaging is probably the most popular form of cyber bullying in our high school.
    • More people are hurt from text messaging than any other form of information technology according to our survey
    • This is how cyber bullying works.
    • Digital harrasment: a picture can be taken with the
    • Victim doing something embarassing. One picture
    • Can be forwarded throughout the school within
    • Minutes with the technology we have.
    • Same way with the internet.
  • 8.  
  • 9. SUICIDES TIED TO CYBERBULLYING: Sarah Butler: 12 yrs old Megan Meier: 13 yrs old Ryan Halligan: 13 yrs old
  • 10.  
  • 11.  
  • 12. Bibliography
    • Breguet. Teri. “Bullying and Cyberbullying.” Teen Health and Wellness. Rosen, 2010. Web. 4 Jan. 2010. http://www.teenhealthandwellness.com/article/76/bullying-and-cyberbullying .
    • http://www.dosomething.org
    • http://Safety.lovetoknow.com