BC: The End
FC: Christina Diaz | CYBER BULLYING
1: In the past 17 years, I have seen this issue of cyber bullying that has not stopped. 68% of is a worldwide issue that needs to end because it causes negative | comments people get offended teens use instant messaging and everyday about 1,742 text messages are sent out. Am I the only one who sees a problem with this? Today in society cyber bullying
2: Have you ever witnessed or been cyber bullied? If so have you ever spoke out? More than 90% of teens online and more than half of them have profiles on social networking sites. | This is important because it shows how so many teens and kids go online and check their facebook and go on chat rooms and this is why people are being cyber bullied. Have you ever wondered that 72% ages 12 to 17 claimed they know who was doing the cyber bullying? This shows that there is no action taken place when they don’t report their bullies. They have no knowledge or how to defend themselves.
4: Do you feel there is more to cyber bullying than you think? There are so many effects to cyber bullying like suspension, depression& suicide. People feel there is no escape because they have been bullied for so long they take the easy way out and it shouldn’t be that way. Parents can get involved and help their children with these issues like blocking their IMs, check their facebook, and just talk to them. This helps because it shows a parent can be in control and prevent this to stop and make the child feel reassure of themselves.
6: There are many ways teens are making use of cyber bullying and these are some uses they use. Anonymity is when someone makes threatening comments to you, but is able to hide who they are. This means that it can be hard for you to figure out who sent you the message or e-mail. Pseudonyms or alias is like a nickname. | Bullies may call themselves a different name when they are online, to when they are offline. They do this to keep their real identity a secret from you. Flaming is an intense argument that normally takes place in chat rooms, over instant messaging or email.
7: Masquerading is an elaborate forms of cyber bullying where the bully pretends to be someone who they aren’t. Cyber stalking is a form of harassment and normally messages are sent though personal communication such as text or email. | Outing is when their bullies print out instant messaging conversations, often obtaining personal or sexual information and show them around. Exclusion is when teens feel left when they don’t have cell phones and are excluded from the group and girls are more likely to exclude others, boys tend to threaten with physical violence.
10: Cyber bullying can feel like no way to escape and just make you lose it but there is a way out. Help parents get involved, let teachers know, just talk to someone and they can help. I know that this can STOP but people have to put the effort and if there isn't it wont stop. Just remember would you let this make your or break you and stand up to what is right and stop cyber bullying.
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