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  • Tests essentially show that family life has a major impact if a child becomes a cyber bully.  Results shows that teens with the least amount of parental supervision engage the most in cyber bullying.
  • Considering how over 80% of teens use a cell phone regularly, and hardly ever leaves their sides.  It makes it a popular medium to use for cyber bullying.
  • These statistics show how there is a large portion of teens and adolescents who are victims of this type of bullying; however, they're doing very little to search for help.
  • It wasn't until after his death that Ryan's father looked through his online chat logs.  His father was shocked at what he had been reading; it is for this reason that parents need to take a more active role in the online life that our generation lives in.
  • Tyler actually went to an RA in search for help.  However, action was not taken fast enough to prevent his decision.
  • An example of harassment could be consistently sending hurtful text messages.Impersonation is if someone makes a fake Facebook account pretending to be someone they're not.Using photographs, such as taking and sending nude photos of a victim.Posting blogs is an example of what happened to Megan Meirer."Happy-Slapping" is if someone records a victim being bullied and posts it to an online forum such as youtube so the masses can witness the humiliation.
  • Essentially the best way for there to be a prevention of cyber bullying is education and if parents take an active role and consistently watch what their child is doing not only on the internet but in their free time as well, as drug and alcohol use has an affect on teens becoming cyber bullies.
  • Cyber bullying slide share

    1. 1. Brian WoodCSIS 200
    2. 2. What is cyber bullying? Is the use of the Internet and related technologies toharm other people, in a deliberate, repeated, andhostile manner.
    3. 3. What Causes a teen to be a bully? Fewer protective factors, such as parental supervision Drug and alcohol use Family conflict.
    4. 4. Relevant Statistics Over half of adolescents and teens have been bulliedonline, and about the same number have engaged incyber bullying. Over 25% of adolescents and teens have been bulliedrepeatedly through their cell phones or the internet.
    5. 5. Statistics Cont. Around half of teens have been the victim of cyberbullying. Only 1 in 10 teens tells a parent if they have been acyber bully victim. Victims are more likely to have low self esteem and toconsider suicide.
    6. 6. Ryan Halligan Had a learning disability, and spent most of hissummer in 2003 online. Kids from school constantly tormented him. On his return to school the tormenting continued. Ryans sister found him dead in the bathroom onOctober 7, 2003
    7. 7. Tyler Clementi Dharun Ravi, Tylers roommate, recorded Tyler havinghomosexual experiences. Ravi then put the recordings on the internet for all ofhis Twitter followers to see Tyler jumped from the George Washington Bridge onSeptember 22, 2010.
    8. 8. Different Types of Cyber Bullying1. Harassment2. Impersonation3. Use of Photographs4. Creating Websites, Blogs, Polls and More5. Participating in "Happy-Slapping"
    9. 9. Effects of Cyber Bullying on Victim Be unwilling to attend school Receiving poor grades Have lower self-esteem Have more health problems Use alcohol and drugs
    10. 10. Waysto Prevent Cyber Bullying Educate the kids about the consequences. If someone sends a mean or threateningmessage, dont respond. Save it and show it to atrusted adult. Parents should keep home computers in a busy area ofthe house. Parents need to keep an eye on their childs onlineactivity.
    11. 11. Sources
    12. 12. Sources Cont.