Cyberbullying Cyber bullying has been a big part of a teens life that 's where they get mistreated by other people. Throughout these years cyberbullying has been increasing really fast especially in school grounds, bullying has been a major part of the school to because that 's where teens notice who they like and they dislike. The main focus on cyber bullying comes from where one person does not like that other person so they prefer to make fun of them instead of friendship. Cyberbullying can also have a major impact on a teens life that can make them do something that they will regret doing, they do that because they think that there is no way to get away from it so they decide their own way to deal with it. There 's different varieties of levels where they take little steps or even bigger steps, cyberbullying can occur in middle school level of in a high school level.
The advancement of technology has opened up a new gateway of making fun of people. To put an end to the growing epidemic of cyberbullying the society should implement the effects and seriousness the effects can have on a person. Cyberbullying can have long-term physiological effects on its victims. In order to lessen the effects of bullying; schools should have a bullying class as a required course that educates all students about the ramification of cyberbullying. Schools should enforce a bullying course at every grade level beginning with middle school into high school to educate the children on the seriousness of this epidemic.
It has been happening due to realization that pretending that you are someone else or being anonymous is easier than ever before. Anonymity makes people feel more powerful and give them several ways to bully others without revealing their real personalities. In August 2017 US Department of Health and Human Services made a research on cyber bullying in high schools across the United States. Results revealed that fifty two percent of respondents are bullied online and the largest part of bullying happens on Facebook which is the most popular social network in the world. Mean messages and threats are the most frequent ways of bullying between young people.
Because technology is rapidly growing, there are bound to be new ways for individuals to bully others on the internet. If the bullying problem continues to be ignored, we will no longer have the next generation to help pull the rest of us from the ditch. When children are bullied extensively, it becomes implanted in their brains and eventually affects their lives as adults. Children would most likely be more violent when they become adults. Many individuals will be hurt in the process if bullying keeps escalating.
The media plays a huge role in teaching children about the world they live in, which has developed cruelly. Technology can turn from good to bad in the matter of minutes. For example, the main contributor of bullying is cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is when someone one uses the Internet to bully a person, which usually occurs through sending messages of threats to others. “ Over twenty-five percent of adolescents and teens have been bullied repeatedly through their cell phones or the Internet” ().
Faith Pollard Hon-English 3 Mrs. Gallos 21 March 2018 How to Stop Bullying Bullying is the number one issue for adolescents in high school and middle school across the United States. People’s common knowledge about bullying is that they think that it is just a kid picking on another kid, but really it is much more than that. Bullying can happen in different scenarios and types such as, physical, verbal/social, and the most common recently cyberbullying. Bullying causes people to feel like they have no place in the word and it makes them feel so much pain that they believe their only escape is through committing suicide. Bullying has only increased through the years and it is not going to slow down.
Individuals should be prosecuted for statements made on social media. Statements made on social media can cause more than just emotional pain; it can also cause physical pain. Children/Adolescents can get injured because of cyberbullying. In “The Dangers of Cyberbullying” it says “Cyberbullying can also lead to kids getting physically hurt”. Cyberbullying can make a person feel less human, which could lead to them
People around the world from different age groups are being affected by cyberbullying but it is having a bigger impact on high school students’ mental health. Students social, academic, and personal life is being negatively affected by the mental health problems they face after being victims of cybernetic bullying. Now the question at
Anonymous internet users, can come in many different forms like hateful bullies or people causing a little trouble. Also making different accounts and changing passwords can make people harder to catch. In addition, when people are exposed to anonymous bullying they are found more lost and more depressed. Recent studies show that eighty three percent of teens getting cyberbullied don 't know how to get help from adults because they are getting bullied anonymously. On top of this cyber bullies can seem much more intimidating because children don 't know who is bullying them and victims feel like they don 't have a way of figuring it out.
The victims of anything have always been the biggest beneficiaries of the same (Donegan, 2012). In the case of cyberbullying, the young are the victims of the epidemic are at the same time the oppressors. Even though most literature suggests the prevalence of the vice is among teenagers, there is a possibility of having adults as victims too. Cyberspace allows the weak to hide behind keyboards and do what they could not do physically to their victim. Governments try each day to protect their people through legislation, but the continued advocacy on human rights makes it impossible to track what people do in the cyberspace.