Cyberbullying
Updated: 9/23/2020
Cyberbullying

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  • Title: Cyberbullying
  • Cyberbullying is a form of bullying or harassment using electronic means. Cyberbullying are also known as online bullying. It has become things that happen commonly, especially among teenagers, as the digital sphere has expanded and technology has advanced. Cyberbullying is when someone, bullies or harasses others on the internet and in other digital spaces, particularly on social media sites. Harmful bullying behavior can include posting rumors, threats, sexual remarks, personal information. Bullying or harassment can be identified by repeated behavior and an intent to harm. People of cyberbulling may experience lower self-esteem, increased suicides, and a variety of negative emotional responses including being scared, frustrated, angry, or depressed.
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  • How can I get help How can I get help How can I get help How can I get help How can I get help How can I get help
  • Cybrbullying Tactics
  • 1. Harassment: Harassment is sending hurtful messages to the person. These threatening messages are hurtful and very serious.2. Gossip: Posting or sending cruel gossip to damage a person’s reputation with friends or family.3. Cyberstalking: Posting or sending unwanted or unnecessary messages, which may include threats.4. Exclusion: Deliberately excluding someone from an online group.5. Exposure: Exposure is a cyberbullying tactic that includes the public display, posting or forwarding of personal communication, images or video by the cyberbully that is personal and private to the person. Exposure becomes even more detrimental to the person when the communications posted or displayed publicly contains personal information or images and video.
  • Effect of cyberbullying
  • 1. Humiliated- cyberbullying occurs in cyberspace, online bullying feels permanent. They feel exposed. When cyberbullying occurs, the posts, messages or texts can be shared with many people. The volume of people that know about the bullying can lead to intense feelings of humiliation.2. Deppressed- People of cyberbullying often succumb to anxiety, depression and other stress. Additionally, the added stress of coping with cyberbullying on a regular basis erodes their feelings of happiness and contentment.3. Suicidal- Cyberbullying increases the risk of suicide of people. Kids that are constantly tormented by peers through text messages, instant messaging and social media, often begin to feel hopeless. They thought that this is the only way to escape from all the pain.
  • How to prevent Cyberbullying?
  • Who should you talk to
  • The most important is your parents. They were the only one who really know your feelings and what's your mindset. They can encourage or advise you and tell you the values of life or make you think positively. Besides, you can also talk to the teacher or friends. They will try to comfort you and listen to you patiently.
  • Digital Awareness to parents
  • Parents should know your kids username and password for email and social media so that parents will know what are they working on. Keep your child safe and healthy.
  • 1. Talk: The best way to help children or student is to have a conversation first. Be patient while asking a child about the problem. Ask them for example: what is cyberbullying, does he/she know someone who is being bullied, what children should do if notice the acts of bullying. In this case, you would know how much your child is involved in this situation. 2. Build a positive climate: School teachers or staff can do a big deal to prevent cyberbullying. Use your school website to create a page, where parents can discuss the problem. You can also engage bullies and victims by giving them mutual tasks, so they can try to see each other from a different perspective. 3. Restore self respect: This goal is to protect and restore people's self respect. Collect the evidence and join with parents or teachers to figure out the possible best choice to stop cyberbullying among children.