Cyberbullying Digital Flipbook

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A Digital Flipbook done for Film260 on the topic of Cyberbullying.

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Cyberbullying Digital Flipbook

  1. 1. With  the  prevalence  of  digital  literacy  comes  a  new  form  of  harassment   “Bullying  that  takes  place  using  electronic  technology”-­‐StopCyberbullying   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  Sergejs  Babikovs  
  2. 2. Cyberbullying  occurs  via   text  messages,  email,  and   social  media  Photo  by  Flickr  user:  Mark  Nye  
  3. 3. Increasing  degree  of  interconnecFon   facilitates  the  spread  of  hatred   Done  through  mediums  that   are  accessible  constantly   throughout  the  day   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  Jason  Howie  
  4. 4. Cyberbullying  is  usually  very  extreme  as  it  is  impersonal   Antagonists  do  not  have  to  see  real  consequences   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  marFn  
  5. 5. Cyberbullying  doesn’t  end  at  school,  it  can  happen  at  home  too   There  is  no  escape  for  the  vicFm   Schools  are  unable  to  do  anything   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  FixersUK  
  6. 6. Cyberbullying   is  most   commonly   communicated   via  text   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  Laura  Smith  
  7. 7. Girls  are  twice  as  likely  to  experience  cyberbullying   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  Melissa  Brewer  
  8. 8. 81%  of  children  think  that  cyberbullying  is  easier  to   get  away  with  compared  to  normal  bullying   Antagonists  can  be  anonymous   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  bass_nroll  
  9. 9. 43%  of  children  say  they  have  experienced  cyberbullying   70%  have  said  they  have  seen  bullying  online   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  Circuito  Fora  do  Eixo  
  10. 10. 90%  of  Cyberbullying  vicFms  say  they  have  ignored  it   VicFms  usually  suffer  in  silence:  only  1  in  10  children  tell  their  parents     Photo  by  Flickr  user:  kid-­‐josh  
  11. 11. Schools  cannot  deal  with  cyberbullies   It  is  the  responsibility  of  parents  or  police   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  Bhumika  BhaFa  
  12. 12. Parents  need  to  act  as  an  outlet  for   their  children,  but  are  o`en  unaware   that  cyberbullying  is  occurring  
  13. 13. Cyberbullying  o`en  results  in:   Binge  Drinking   Skipping  School   Bad  Grades   Anxiety   Depression   Drug  use   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  Laura  Smith  
  14. 14. Cyberbullying  someFmes  encourages,  and  can  result  in  suicide   Suicide  aaempts  have  been   seen  to  double  in   cyberbullying  vicFms   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  darcyadelaide  
  15. 15. Like  the  story  of  Amanda  Todd…  
  16. 16. Just  because  you  don’t  encourage  it   does  not  mean  you  say  its  wrong  Photo  by  Flickr  user:  CelesFne  Chua  
  17. 17. The  only  method  of  prevenFon  is  educaFon   Youth  should  be  taught  about  the  consequences   and  coping  methods  to  Cyberbullying  
  18. 18. Photo  by  Flickr  user:  CT  Senate  Democrats   With  the  evoluFon  of  technology  comes  the  evoluFon  of  harassment   But  this  does  not  have  to  be  the  case  
  19. 19. “Don’t  Stand  By,  Stand  Up”   Photo  by  Flickr  user:  Kathleen  Donovan  

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