Many teens become depressed because of the comments and remarks made on social media. There are many consequences when it comes to teen depression. Some may be serious, mild, and fatal. Self-harm is a huge part in dealing with depression in a bad way, they want anything other than being depressed so they choose to harm themselves. Most people with depression become irritable and angry at everything, this causes them to be violent with others.
The false perception of life portrayed all over social media is misleading towards teens it can show you one thing and be the other leaving the other person embarrassed or seriously messed up depending the issue. Not only is social media misleading, it is also very unimportant. A majority of the posts are extremely insignificant and unimportant to our world today but its relevant because of the social media. In this day and age kids need to be worried about what they post. Any little small thing can be pulled up from years ago and backfire on you.
This toxic byproduct of the Internet is often described as the use of electronic communication to inflict either physical or emotional harm on someone else to compromise their security, often in the form of threats, sexual harassment, public embarrassment, and much more. In some cases, cyberbullying falls under the harassment umbrella - pedophiles, child traffickers and other perverse offenders can use the Internet as a medium and warrant police involvement. In some cases, adolescent perpetrators who are unaware of the brevity their actions carry can also receive severe penalties. Because cyberbullying is usually anonymous and difficult to track, perpetrators are at free will to repeatedly exercise maltreatment on their victims. Due to how prominent and repeatable cyberbullying is, it continues to take a disastrous toll on our youth.
Many believe that technology in the hands of young kids is dangerous because it exposes them to things kids their age should not yet be exposed to. The internet exposes kids to inappropriate content such as cursing and inappropriate jokes. Children tend to copy what they see. So, when kids watch Youtubers who curse, they will then start to curse. One could say that the Internet is to blame for this kid’s bad habit of cursing.
The Cyber bullying is a fact that negatively affects teenagers, both men and women around the world. This is a “trendy attack” the worst is that this type of aggression can make an even greater psychological disturbance that produces a face-to-face, for the insults and cyber bullying is much cruelty in new technologies with which most teenagers live in their daily lives. As technology advances and progresses, evidenced by the thousands of cases of this new methodology to attack people. Threats, photographs stolen or taken out of context, and toxic language, cyber bullying seeks to humiliate and ridicule. Facebook, emails and text messages are their platform.
Sadly, the young perpetrators of school shootings have derived their sense of self from their social experiences of isolation, bullied harassment, and low hierarchical status, producing skewed and biased self-perceptions. These students are many times symbolically labeled and classed as, “weird,” “gay,” or “loser” due to non-conformist dress, behavior, or participation in unmasculine activities such as art and drama (Kimmel and Mahler 2003). Consequently, these labels tend to define how others treat and interact with these students (Ballantine and Spade 2015). Students displaying volatility in emotional self-management experience poor treatment. Young men who fall short or step outside of the representation of hegemonic masculinity are met with relentless persecution (Kimmel and Mahler 2003).
In The Crucible, Abigail ends up ruining Proctor’s reputation as well as many other characters by accusing them of witchcraft. Abigail is seen as the villain in this story which aligns to cyber bullying because the person doing things to hurt the other person is the bully. Although the importance of reputation is not as important today as in The Crucible the similarities between Proctor and cyber bullying victims is that they could not take the bullying anymore. The Ryan Halligan Case, a special education student who was being bullied from fifth to seventh grade by other students who spread the rumor that he was gay. The bully pretended to be Ryan’s friend just to get personal messages from Ryan to then post them online and share it with others.
Therefore, they display higher levels of antisocial, violent and/or criminal behaviour. The implications of cyberbullying depend on the severity of bullying they have experienced (Brighi, 2012). The more frequent and severe they were bullied, the higher possibility of being unsociable, violence and committing crimes. For instance, victims were at the centre of attention when they were publically humiliated, they felt embarrassed and shameful, ultimately, they alienated themselves from the society (Sonja, 2011; Slonje & Smith,
One of the biggest reasons this guilt lies heavy in the hearts of these soldiers is the thought of doing something right. Krista K Thomason, the writer of the article ¨Guilt and Child Soldiers,¨ explains that the child soldiers that were taken into trial, admitted to feeling guilty for the crimes they have committed. In other words,¨They often report feeling guilt for the wrongs they commit.¨ (Thomason para 1). LRA leaders first step was to turn these young boys against themselves by using bitter manipulation, when they needed somebody most. When standing in trial, they then realized that the sick brainwashing techniques that were performed not only cut them in the moment, but left a scar that would last forever.
All forms of bullying, including cyber-bullying, are considered intolerable and criminal at school. Bullying occurs when the bully fights or insults the victims to the point of fighting back or seeking help from someone trustworthy to prevent their issue of being bullied. First, problems of the victim who face bullying can go worse when the bully torment the victim into feeling less confident. He/she will feel alone, not going to school, becoming sick or thoughts of suicide. Furthermore, students who cyber-bully or is self-involved bullies