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Cyber bullying
Cyber bullying
Cyber bullying
Cyber bullying
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Cyber bullying
Cyber bullying
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Cyber bullying

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  • 1. Cyber-Bullying
    By: Chris Szpara Anthony Avolio
  • 2. Definition
    Cyber bullying is just bullying that happens to be mediated through digital devices, cyber-bullying can lead to suicide.
  • 3. Background
    More than 70 % of heavy internet 12-17 mostly girls said they experience at least one incident via email or text.
    Experts say cyber-bullying has become a scourge of the adolescent world, inflicting painful scars on youngsters and adults unable to stop the abuse. Can cause acute emotional distress or a desire for revenge.
    Cyber-bullying can come in many forms cyber harassment for example refers to repeated hurtful e-mails or text.
    Many teens shrug off cyber-bullying as a merely annoying or even funny, but have serious consequence like depression, anger, embarrassment, or sometimes suicide.
  • 4. Over 90% of kids did not tell their parents of the incident. Half wanted to deal with it them selves rather then get the help of adults or a someone who is older and will help them deal with the pain.
    Cyber-bullying is become very popular over regular bullying due to the fact the you don’t have to say it to t he persons face and doesn’t take much guts to make threats over the computer.
  • 5. Survey Results
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  • 9. Survey Results
    The survey results that we got show that more that half the people who took our survey have been bullied before, but 20 people less have been bullied through the internet, known as cyber-bullying.
    Our survey shows that 45 people think that cyber-bullying is a serious crime but it is said by 30 people that they think it is maybe a serious crime probably due to the circumstances of the ordeal, and 25 people say no. These results are conclusive it shows that it isn't all in favor for yes or no.
  • 10. Connection
    Our results conclude that the pictures sent of Bethany hurtful to her just like bullying, they were sent through a cell phone so it is considered cyber-bullying and it concludes with the results from our survey.
    I would say that yes the information I got from the survey is conclusive with the data that I researched.

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