Cyber Bullying


Jason's Bullying Survey
This web page is about Cyber Bullying. This web page will teach you ways on how to prevent yourself from being Cyber Bullied. This web page will also teach you ways to stop the bully from bullying you.

bullying-kids.jpgBullying: Is a form of aggressive behavior which occurs as an abusive treatment.

Cyber Bullying:The use of the internet and other electronics to harm others.

Cyber Bullying Statistics:

  1. Over 80 percent of teens use a cell phone making it most popular of a form of Cyber Bullying.
  2. About half of young people have experienced some kind of form of Cyber Bullying and about 10-20 percent experiences it regularly.
  3. Over 25 percent of teens have been Cyber Bullied repeatedly through the internet and phones.

Types of bullying:

Here are some types of different kinds of bullying.
  1. There is Verbal Bullying. Verbal Bullying is name calling, making offensive remarks, or just making fun of someone’s race and religion.
  2. There is Physical Bullying. Physical Bullying is when students or anybody make physical contact with one another.
  3. There is indirect Bullying. Indirect Bullying is when someone spreads a rumor around school about you that isn’t true and telling other people your private or personal things in your life.
  4. There is Cyber Bullying. Cyber Bullying is when people send mean and threatening messages over peoples Emails.
  5. There is Social alienation. Social alienation is when a bully excludes someone from a group on purpose. Also, it includes a bully spreading rumors, and making fun of someone by pointing out their differences.
  6. There is Intimidation. Intimidation is when a bully threatens someone and frightens that person enough to make him or her do what the bully wants.
Important technologies used in Cyber Bullying:1582_Texting.jpg

  1. Instant messaging
  2. Emails or online social networks.
  3. Blogs
  4. Photoshop
  5. Phones
  6. Flaming

Stories about Cyber Bullying:
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How bullying affects the victim:
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What to do if you are bullied:

  • If you are ever being bullied at anytime, you should tell an adult that you trust.
  • Block the offenders so they can’t communicate with you online.
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Hints to protect you online:

  • Don’t talk to people you don’t know.
  • Don’t post pictures online if you think people might make fun of you.
  • If you have a Facebook account, you might want to only put your first name.
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Videos on Bullying:

Resources/lessons for teachers on Bullying:

Resources for parents on Bullying: bullying_(3).jpg

Organizations and hotlines (Phone Numbers):

  • American Foundation of Suicide Prevention. (888) – 333 – 2377
  • Toll free Organization. (1800) – 784 – 2433
  • The Bully Hotline. (617) – 619 – 6177
  • Advisory Service. (1800) – 232 – 000

Online support organizations:

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