Tag Archives: Cyber Bullying

Bullying in Egypt

Bullying is a problem all around the world, and Egypt is no exception. Many countries have made efforts to stop bullying, but in Egypt, it’s not spoken about often enough. 30% of Egyptian schoolchildren are the victims of bullying violence, and 80% of these acts are carried out by other children. One Woman’s Story Nina

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The Status of Bullying in Sri Lanka

Like so many Asian countries, Sri Lanka is experiencing its share of bullying behavior. A recent study by Sri Lanka’s College of Community Physicians indicated how much bullying was affecting Sri Lankan schools. According to survey results, in Kandy, the second largest city on the island and capital of Central Province, approximately 78.1% of boys

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What Is The Definition Of Bullying? The Real Answers

So, what is the definition of bullying? Bullying is complex. The advent of the internet and technology has added even more layers of complexity to a problem that has been around since recorded history. So one first, must learn what is the definition of  bullying? What is the Definition of Bullying ? Bullying is defined

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An Examination of Cyber Bullying in the UK- Part II

Cyber Bullying in the UK: ‘Sexting’ and Sexual Bullying Access to adult pornography is not the only way children in the UK can be exposed to inappropriate sexual content online. Sexting – sending messages or images with sexual content via mobile phones or the internet – is a widening avenue by which cheap, gratuitous, and

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Interview: A New Approach to Internet Safety

Dr Lorraine Bowman-Grieve is a Chartered Psychologist and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She has contributed as a guest lecturer on the topic of terrorist use of the internet. She talks to NoBullying.com about internet safety in relation to cyber bullying. Is internet safety something that more people are aware of and practice?

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Dr Joe Taravella Talks about Cyber Bullying Statistics

Dr. Joe Taravella is a licensed clinical psychologist practising in New York, New Jersey, and Staten Island.  Dr. Joe’s clinical work is based in cognitive-behavioural psychotherapy with psycho dynamic theory, assisting clients with a variety of congenital, emotional, and traumatic disorders. Dr. Joe’s expertise lies in identifying and treating neurological, behavioural, and environmental problems that cause breakdown in a He

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Dealing with CyberBullying in the United Kingdom

Bullies now go along with the ever fast-growing internet and it’s disturbing to see that victims are also mounting fast than previously. The impact it brought both to the bully and the one being bullied is still obvious and undeniable. Hence it’s important to take immediate actions to resolve the problem as it gets much

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Bullying Laws in Canada Need Improvement, Justice Minister Says

Canadian Justice Minister Peter Mackay made a speech to the Canadian Bar Association last month. In that speech, he did some talking about cyber bullying and the current Bullying Laws in Canada. Specifically, he said that he wanted to crack down on cyber bullying,using more active bullying laws in canada, also mentioning sexual predators, and

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Percentages of Cyber Bullying Are Often Based on Very Limited Data

Bullying has been around for decades. Most people can remember an instance of it occurring in grade school or high school in at least every generation alive over the age of 20. That said, cyber bullying is a result of technology and smart devices becoming far more prevalent and available, as well as social media

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What is Cyber Bullying Like in 2014

So, What is Cyber Bullying?  When electronic technology is used, such as the Internet, to bully an individual it is referred to as cyber bullying. This can occur on any type of device by which the Internet can be accessed such as computers, tablets, cell phones, and other handheld devices. There are a number of

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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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Bullying in Australia

According to research conducted by the Australian Federal Government, 1 in 4 students aged between 4 and 9 is being bullied in schools every few weeks. Bullying in Australia is being practiced in different forms, whether overtly which is also known as face to face bullying, covertly, or as cyber bullying. Since bullying is the fourth common reason why children

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