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  • 1. Cyber–bullying
    By Jamie, Rebecca, Katie and James
  • 2. What is cyber-bullying?
    • Cyber-bullying is any harassment that occurs via technology.
    • 3. forum posts, chat rooms, fake profiles, email messages
    • 4. Threatening text messages, phonecalls
  • 1/3 children has been a victim to cyber-bullying
    Nearly half of suicides among 10 to 14-year-olds are due to bullying
    1 in 7 teachers is a victim of cyber-bullying
    Why is it so important?
  • 5. Almost a third of girls have been threatened online, compared to 13% of boys.
    Girls are at higher risk than boys
  • 6. Media coverage – national press
    Daily mail – 87 articles on cyber-bullying
    Daily mirror – 57 articles on cyber-bullying
    Daily telegraph – 25 articles on cyber-bullying
    The Times – 53 articles on cyber-bullying
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  • 9. Media Coverage
  • 10. Cyber-bullying relating to theories and concepts
    • Relativism- cyber bullying is only regarded as wrong in the society in which we now live in. Technological advancements have made it easier for people to show anti-social behaviour through the internet e.g. facebook, youtubeetc
    • 11. Social approaches to problem youth- issues of cyber bullying can often occur between those of lower social classes and particular regions and groups within society are more likely to be targeted e.g. ethnic minorities
    • 12. Marxist and critical criminology- crime is viewed as inevitable; it has always existed but has recently taken on this new form. It is easier for someone to access information about another person and the internet is often used as an outlet for youth aggression.
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