Source: Kevin Makice, Coming of Age in a Digital AgeImage via Propaganda Times
Source: Kevin Makice, Coming of Age in a Digital AgeImage via Flickr User: Lars Plougmann
Stereotypically, one thinks of thevictim of bullying as an individualwho is different or whodoesn’t fit in.Image via stock.xchngUser 7rains
In mainstream social groupsanyone can be singled out.Image via Flickr User:TheBigTouffe
"Researchers have known for a while thatindividuals give unique cues about who theyare with the things they own, clothes theywear, things they say and do.However, though these cues are informativeto knowing who someone truly is, they werenot always so easily accessible to our entiresocial network,“ –Lindsay GrahamSource: E Science News, From bullying to relationships: Mapping our onlinecommunicationsImage via Flickr User: Owen Brown
Statistics indicate that as many as 160,000 studentsa year skip school just to avoid being harassed.Texting and social media are making it easierthan ever to harass classmates.Source: E Science News, From bullying to relationships: Mapping our online communicationsImage via Flickr User: bsabarnowl
Source: Joyanne Pursaga, Harper Pledges Solutions to Online BullyingImage via Flickr User: Arwen Abendstern
“It’s on your Facebook page, it’s inemails, it’s in text messages, it is everywhereand it’s not just from one person anymore.”Source: Joyanne Pursaga, Harper Pledges Solutions to Online BullyingImage via stock.xchng User: linusb4
It effects everyone…Once a youth trend, socialmedia now reaches all agegroups with over billions ofusers.Source: Toronto Star, ‘Facebook fatigue’ and the aging social networkImage via Flickr User: Jason A. Howie
The anonymity of users behind the screenbreeds a heightened sense of courage thatwouldn’t otherwise exist in face to facecommunication.
SELFIES are about REASSURANCE from our peers.We all want people to say positive thingsabout us.Source: Jillian McHugh, ‘selfies’ just as much for the insecure as show offsImage via Flickr User: grahambob68
“a sixth grader, had written a Facebook status aprevious night asking his friends to ‘like’ if theyhated my brother.”Source: Emily Layden, On Facebook, Bullies ‘like’ if you hateImage via lori05871
All of these are representations and precursors ofCYBERBULLYING…Image via Flickr User: dragonflaii
Canning wants laws that require telecommunicationscompanies to confiscate cellphones used to spreadnon-consensual illicit images of others.Source: Joyanne Pursaga, Harper Pledges Solutions to Online BullyingImage via Flickr User: Meddygarnet
He also believes those guiltyof online harassment shouldbe banned from using theinternet.Source: Joyanne Pursaga, Harper Pledges Solutions to Online BullyingImage via Flickr User: Diacritical
It’s up to us tostopcyberbullying!ImageviaFlickrUser:TeacherDude’sBBQ
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http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2013/02/coming-of-age-in-the-digital-agehttp://www.thestar.com/business/tech_news/2013/04/05/facebook_fatigue_and_the_aging_social_network.htmlhttp://www.watoday.com.au/business/media-and-marketing/selfies-just-as-much-for-the-insecure-as-showoffs20130403-2h6ow.htmlhttp://esciencenews.com/articles/2013/01/20/from.bullying.relationships.mapping.our.online.communicationshttp://parenting.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/09/on-facebook-bullies-like-if-you-hate/?ref=cyberbullyinghttp://www.stopcyberbullying.org/parents/index.htmlhttp://www.winnipegsun.com/2013/05/10/harper-attending-bullying-seminarImage: Stock.xchng User ba1969
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