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Cyberbullying?	  by Joana VilelaPhoto	  by	  Ethan	  Hein	  (flickr)	  
Photo	  by	  Jason	  Taellious	  (flickr)	  communica:ons	  technology	  
Cyberbullying	  1) Social Networks2) Phone based text messages3) IM/MSN platformsPhoto	  by	  Web	  Treats	  (flickr)	  
it is manifested throughtexts,e-mails,posts,forwards,images…making someone feelembarrassed,insulted,mocked…Photo	  by	  pu...
Photo	  by	  Chris:na	  B	  Castro	  (flickr)	  
Anonymity and Ubiquityit is difficult to identify the perpetrator,he/she can impersonate false identities,making him/her lo...
Absencethe cyberbully doesn’t witness thesuffering of victims face-to-face.Photo	  by	  Steven	  Mileham	  (flickr)	  
can be done throughany social media platformat any time of the day.Accessibility	  Photo	  by	  Leo	  Reynolds	  (flickr)	  
“over 66% of 4th to 9th graders go online from the comfort of their bedrooms”- Kids Help PhoneAdvantage cyberbullies	  kno...
allbullyingkindsare easilyreproduced/spread to a wide audience, thusbecoming public and limitless.Photo	  by	  Geralt	  (p...
overthese photos/videos/messages.No ControlPhoto	  by	  Geralt	  (pixabay)	  
bullyinggoes beyond theschool/work hours,making itlast forever.Photo	  by	  Terrapin	  Flyer	  (flickr)	  
policing NOR sanctionsthe perpetrator.No Punishmentto punishNO onlinePhoto	  by	  Nemo	  (fpixabay)	  
Easierfor largergroups of peopleto practicebullying.ParticipationPhoto	  by	  Sarah	  Cartwright	  (flickr)	  
emotions or thoughts whenwriting as opposed to saying it.LackPhoto	  by	  Kiran	  Foster	  (flickr)	  
cyberbulliesdon’t have to worryabout being physically strongbecause they don’t faceinstantaneous physicalintervention by o...
“Nothing online is ever private,even after you delete it!”- Legal AidPermanent	  	  Photo	  by	  Jason	  Alley	  (flickr)	  
hurtful actionsfollow youeverywhere… …are “with you all the time”.- ABCPhoto	  by	  Tony	  Newell	  (flickr)	  
why doescontinue?Photo	  by	  MarsmeRn	  Tallahassee	  (flickr)	  
that reportingorconfrontingthe perpetratorcanmake the situation worse.	  belief	  Photo	  by	  Pimkie	  (flickr)	  
65% of teenswould rathertell a friendthan an adultwho could takemore action.	  Photo	  by	  Meryl	  (flickr)	  
15%of teenswould rathernot tellanyone.Photo	  by	  Ka:e	  Tegtmeyer	  (flickr)	  
only30%of teenswho knowsomeone isbeing bulliedwouldtell an adult.	  	  Photo	  by	  Drew	  Herron	  (flickr)	  
“the majority feel thata sympathetic ear 	  would be most helpful.”- Kids Help PhonePhoto	  by	  Dean	  Shareski	  (flickr)...
schoolshavelittle actionover what happensoff campusandonlinePhoto	  by	  Eric	  Peacock	  (flickr)	  
what canwe dotomake it stop?Photo	  by	  Art	  Siegel	  (flickr)	  
more than providing support to the victimsand spreading awareness about cyberbullying,there is the need to addressthe bull...
“you just can’t give permission to people to wreckyour lives” – Bill ClintonPhoto	  by	  JD	  Lassica	  (flickr)	  
“they could take everythingexceptmy mind and heart.Those thingsI would have to give awayand I decidednot to give them away...
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  1. 1. Cyberbullying?  by Joana VilelaPhoto  by  Ethan  Hein  (flickr)  
  2. 2. Photo  by  Jason  Taellious  (flickr)  communica:ons  technology  
  3. 3. Cyberbullying  1) Social Networks2) Phone based text messages3) IM/MSN platformsPhoto  by  Web  Treats  (flickr)  
  4. 4. it is manifested throughtexts,e-mails,posts,forwards,images…making someone feelembarrassed,insulted,mocked…Photo  by  publik15  (flickr)  
  5. 5. Photo  by  Chris:na  B  Castro  (flickr)  
  6. 6. Anonymity and Ubiquityit is difficult to identify the perpetrator,he/she can impersonate false identities,making him/her look more powerful.Photo  by  Joana  Vilela    
  7. 7. Absencethe cyberbully doesn’t witness thesuffering of victims face-to-face.Photo  by  Steven  Mileham  (flickr)  
  8. 8. can be done throughany social media platformat any time of the day.Accessibility  Photo  by  Leo  Reynolds  (flickr)  
  9. 9. “over 66% of 4th to 9th graders go online from the comfort of their bedrooms”- Kids Help PhoneAdvantage cyberbullies  know thatchildren/teensare on socialmedia sites,and if their  platformsare taken awayby their parents,they will alwaysfind a way tostay connected.  Photo  by  Fabrice  Caduc  (flickr)  
  10. 10. allbullyingkindsare easilyreproduced/spread to a wide audience, thusbecoming public and limitless.Photo  by  Geralt  (pixabay)  
  11. 11. overthese photos/videos/messages.No ControlPhoto  by  Geralt  (pixabay)  
  12. 12. bullyinggoes beyond theschool/work hours,making itlast forever.Photo  by  Terrapin  Flyer  (flickr)  
  13. 13. policing NOR sanctionsthe perpetrator.No Punishmentto punishNO onlinePhoto  by  Nemo  (fpixabay)  
  14. 14. Easierfor largergroups of peopleto practicebullying.ParticipationPhoto  by  Sarah  Cartwright  (flickr)  
  15. 15. emotions or thoughts whenwriting as opposed to saying it.LackPhoto  by  Kiran  Foster  (flickr)  
  16. 16. cyberbulliesdon’t have to worryabout being physically strongbecause they don’t faceinstantaneous physicalintervention by onlookers.NoPhysicalLimitationsPhoto  by  slworking2  (flickr)  
  17. 17. “Nothing online is ever private,even after you delete it!”- Legal AidPermanent    Photo  by  Jason  Alley  (flickr)  
  18. 18. hurtful actionsfollow youeverywhere… …are “with you all the time”.- ABCPhoto  by  Tony  Newell  (flickr)  
  19. 19. why doescontinue?Photo  by  MarsmeRn  Tallahassee  (flickr)  
  20. 20. that reportingorconfrontingthe perpetratorcanmake the situation worse.  belief  Photo  by  Pimkie  (flickr)  
  21. 21. 65% of teenswould rathertell a friendthan an adultwho could takemore action.  Photo  by  Meryl  (flickr)  
  22. 22. 15%of teenswould rathernot tellanyone.Photo  by  Ka:e  Tegtmeyer  (flickr)  
  23. 23. only30%of teenswho knowsomeone isbeing bulliedwouldtell an adult.    Photo  by  Drew  Herron  (flickr)  
  24. 24. “the majority feel thata sympathetic ear  would be most helpful.”- Kids Help PhonePhoto  by  Dean  Shareski  (flickr)  
  25. 25. schoolshavelittle actionover what happensoff campusandonlinePhoto  by  Eric  Peacock  (flickr)  
  26. 26. what canwe dotomake it stop?Photo  by  Art  Siegel  (flickr)  
  27. 27. more than providing support to the victimsand spreading awareness about cyberbullying,there is the need to addressthe bullies directly,making themkeeping them unpunishedwill not make them stop!payfor whatthey do.Photo  by  MarsmeRn  Tallahassee  (flickr)  
  28. 28. “you just can’t give permission to people to wreckyour lives” – Bill ClintonPhoto  by  JD  Lassica  (flickr)  
  29. 29. “they could take everythingexceptmy mind and heart.Those thingsI would have to give awayand I decidednot to give them awayandneither should you.”– Nelson MandelaPhoto  by  Brianna  (flickr)  
  30. 30. Images sourced from flickr are licensed under the Creative Commons Non-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0agreement.Images sourced from pixabay are licensed under the Creative Commons 1.0 agreement.BibliographyClinton, Bill. Interview by Laura Ling. YouTube. N.p. 24 August 2012. Web. 12 May 2013. Cohen, William, ABC. 12 May 2013<http://www.abc.net.au/technology/articles/2012/05/28/3512462.htm>. Dealer, Plain, Cleveland. 12 May 2013<http://www.cleveland.com/opinion/index.ssf/2012/12/social_media_allow_cyberbullie.html>. Eldridge, Andrea, Net Nanny. 12 May 2013<http://www.netnanny.com/blog/anonymity-the-key-to-social-media-cyberbullying/>. Freedland, Jonathan, The Guardian. 12 May 2013<http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2004/jun/21/usa.interviews>. Gallagher, Tom, Neutral Magazine. 12 May 2013 <http://neutralmagazine.com/article/125/>. Great School. 12 May 2013<http://www.greatschools.org/parenting/bullying/231-faq-about-cyberbullying.gs>. Kids Help Phone. 12 May 2013 <http://org.kidshelpphone.ca/media/80712/2012-cir-cyberbullying.pdf>.Legal Aid. 12 May 2013<http://www.legalaid.nsw.gov.au/publications/factsheets-and-resources/online-social-networking-cyber-bullying>.Photo  by  Joana  Vilela    

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