Loo Huan Ting ID #: 02359329 CMST 180 Tuesday & Thursday 2:20 11/13/14 Annotated Bibliography The invention of the Internet has created a new space for bullying. McClatchy, Komolafe Kaz. “States seek ways to fight newest form of bullying” St. Paul Pioneer Press. 25 August 2012:
Cyberbullying is a huge problem in the United States, that happens everyday. Cyberbullying is the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature. It affects many people in a negative way and it has to be controlled. In order to do this, schools should be allowed to limit students’ online speech because it affects people's lives and distracts everyone in a school environment.
Bullying is a major issue facing today’s youth. Over the course of the past few years bullying has become such a concern that many states have adopted laws against it. However, the issue evolves as time goes on and now cyber bullying exists. Cyber bullies can insult others over the internet with no need to be nearby the person they are insulting.
Social media is now a major outlet for bullying. Bullying has always been a problem, but not until the twenty-first century has it been on something that isn’t reality: the internet. Bullies can do things online like name calling, gossiping, or posting embarrassing or personal pictures. This is easier for bullies because it is behind a screen, they don’t have to see what harm they are causing by bullying online. It is the main form of bullying in 2016.
As children develop throughout their school years they learn how to independently behave in a social context. This allows them to form relationships with people outside of their immediate family. However, this can be challenged if bullying is encountered. Farrington (1993) (cited in Holliman and Critten, 2015, p. 75) describes face-to-face bullying as; physical, verbal and psychological attacks or intimidation intended to cause fear, distress or harm to the victim. Furthermore, he concludes the characteristics commonly involve an imbalance of power, are unprovoked and incidents are repeated over time. To help address teenage bullying online two psychological approaches will be evaluated. Firstly, a developmental approach will review how children
The law regarding schools’ ability to punish students for disrupting the learning environments in schools needs to be strengthened. Schools in this day and age have been facing a more and more frequent problem of having to deal with harassment and bullying online for while the internet does not increase the amount of bullying it does provide a medium to do so that our legal system is not fully prepared to handle. The internet gives students the ability to put out opinions that can very easily make it to a wide audience and indirectly impact the learning environment regardless if there are at school or not. Teachers have even become targets of their own students harassment and it is uncertain whether it is the school 's responsibility to deal with it or not.
We all know that Cyberbullying is a decently sized problem, but real bullying is the most prevalent bullying issue today, right? Wrong. Over 90,000 kids will stay home from school because they have been bullied online, this out numbering the 70,000 by physical bullying. Children in the US are deeply manipulated by cyberbullying today because of our growing use of technology. This allows cyberbullying to sneak into our everyday lives without noticing it.
Cyberbullying and the First Amendment Matthew Trotti Grand Canyon University: POS 500 2/23/16 Cyberbullying and the First Amendment In todays world and the 21st century technology is everywhere and access to that technology is at everyone’s fingertips. Due to social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter things like cyberbullying have become a new way of bullying. The definition of cyberbullying is “bullying that takes place using electronic technology” (What is Cyberbullying). This paper will talk about the topic of cyberbullying and the steps that I am required to take if I hear from a student that they are being bullied on Facebook.
Schools have been evaluated by different organizations on whether or not they should be involved in off-campus cyberbullying. Some believe that they can be involved in off-campus to stop suicide or emotional distress and to stop them from putting the victim through lots of pain. Others believe that schools shouldn’t intervene in cyberbullying outside of schools because it affects their right to the first amendment which is “The freedom of speech”. Cyberbullying should be taken into the hands of the school if it happens off-campus because if nothing happens then it can get a child hurt or even killed. Students who are targeted by cyberbullies have no way to escape from the attackers brutality, who can drive the victim to suicide or self harm.
Fast innovations, such as the Internet, are constantly changing how people interact. Although this development has been approved human beings to make great progress in many areas, they have also allowed the form of violation to become more widespread. This is evident when looking at how traditional bullying has grown became today's issue known as cyberbullying. Although bullying and cyberbullying are often similar in shape and their technique also has a lot of difference. Unlike traditional bullying, cyberbullying allows offenders to close his identity behind the computer.
Annotated Bibliography Brody, N., & Vangelisti, A. L. (2017). Cyberbullying: Topics strategies, and sex differences. Computers in Human Behaviors, 75, 739-748. Doi:10.1016/j.chb.2017.06.020 There are multiple strategies to cyberbullying, the most common strategies include public and private comments, photographs, and status updates. Cyberbullies use these strategies to make someone feel less than what they are.
Bullying has been a part of life since the beginning of time, but due to the recent rise in technology use there has been a significant shift in the kind of bullying that is taking place. Cyberbullying, which is bullying behavior that takes place through different sources of technology such as the Internet, mobile devices, or email, is taking over in the bullying world (Arnett, 2013). In this paper, current research literature on cyberbullying versus traditional forms of bullying will
Bullying has happened to everyone and even you have been bullied at some point and time of your life. Bullies seem to not realise that they are bullying and that it is hurting the victim. All around the world bullying can be found. Cyber bullying has become another issue in America and other places in the world also. Not only online or during school hours, but it can also be found on the bus, in your hometown, at the store, and even at a sleepover.
Cyber bullying have become a big problem in our community these day where nothing has been done about it. Cyber bullying are bullying that take place around our community/ environment where kids are threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or targeted by another child using the source of Internet or mobile phones. According to the article '' Two Girl Arrested In Teen's Suicide'' by Steve Almasy was published on 10 /16 / 2013.
Specifically, a student afraid to come to school on account of cyberbullying would be a perfect example of when another student can be disciplined for cyberbullying. Bullying is an issue a teacher must know how to recognize. The bullying could lead to an even worse