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Interview: Bullying and CyberBullying in the Eyes of Mary Smith

The increasing centrality of digital media in children’s lives and the eased access to computer or phone-enabled Internet has breathed new life into bullying. Cyberbullying poses a particular risk because there is a substantial lack of awareness; the victims do not realize they’re being bullied, the perpetrators do not fully recognize their actions as bullying,

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Bullying Research Findings

Bullying Research findings are documenting that more women and mentally challenged people rate at the top of the Cyber bullying list. Basically any group deemed vulnerable in society. The aggression level is different for most females unless they have been trained to challenge any aggressive behavior towards them. When it comes to Bullying Research, Over a third

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How to Start Talking to Class About Cyber Bullying

Combating Cyber bullying is not a job for just one person. The sheer span of the ways bullies can attack victims online requires vigilance and attention from all adults in a child’s life. Talking about bullying in the classroom can be difficult, as you presumably have a mix of the victims and victimizers in each

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The Internet Bully

These days, lots of children and teens have easy access to an Internet connection, whether it be by computer, tablet, or smartphone. Parents assume that their children use the Internet to stay in touch with friends, play games, and even complete homework assignments. What many parents don’t realize, however, is that 70% of children report

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The Cyber Bullying Canada Version

The Cyber Bullying Canada Version With our technology growing so rapidly it is no wonder that often the technology and crimes related to outpace the laws that we have in place. While there are plenty of laws that prohibit the harassment of a person in the face to face nature, there are still few that

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Why Cyber Bullying in Canada Should be Stopped

The Internet has brought the world closer in many ways. With the use of email, Skype, Facebook and Twitter, family and friends can socialize with friends from all corners of the globe. When used improperly, however, this same technology can cause a lot of harm. Rather than bring family and friends together in a good

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Social Bullying – A Major Blow to the Social Networking Sites

Social bullying refers to a deliberate and constantly repeated aggressive social behavior. Its perpetrators mainly aim at hurting the victim and making them feel lesser than their peers. In most cases, it affects youths and often results into social isolation. Bullies use this form of bullying to improve their social and relational standing in a

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You Look Disgusting: Beauty Blogger Campaigns against Bullying

A beauty blogger sends a  powerful message to cyberbullies with a strong before-vs-after make up video launching the You Look Disgusting campaign.  Em Ford, currently a beauty blogger, is a former model who looks absolutely beautiful but has been struggling with acne for years. Recently she has posted pictures of herself make-up free in tutorials

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Looking for an iPhone Parental Control App?

Is there an iPhone Parental Control App? Only twenty years ago, parental concern for the safety and psychological wellbeing of their children and teenagers was limited almost entirely to the physical world. You taught your children to stay together and avoid strangers. You could easily hang up the home phone if they were talking on it

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Reasons You Need to Do Some Facebook Monitoring

Reasons You Need to Do Some Facebook Monitoring In a world where technology is becoming more common and a greater medium for communication and information, it is important for parents to monitor their children’s access and be sure that all is well in their cyber worlds. With social media playing a large role in keeping

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