Essay About Cyber Bullying

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    Cyberbullying is becoming more popular than regular school bullying. With cyberbullying it’s easier to use a disguise to anonymously harass a victim versus the whole…

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    society. Cyber Bullying is a form of harassment by which one uses a cell phone, computer, and/or social media. What makes cyber bullying different from other forms of bullying is that this can occur 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A child never gets a break. Even when in the confines of their own home, they must still contend with the threats made by another student. Cyber bullying is a specific term for an act that occurs between two minors. If an adult is involved, it would be termed…

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    each other whether we are near or far apart. That is where is seems to benefit most of us, but it still has flaws that come from it such as bullying and depression. It tends to be the perfect platform for people to spread their ideas of hate towards others without them being put out their on the spot. Which results in you having cyber bullying occur. Cyber bullying is where you use technology to harass others and cause them to feel some form of pain or discomfort. There are many platforms in…

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    Bullying Is Whack, Get On the Right Track What is cyberbullying? “Cyberbullying is intentional and repeated harm inflicted on people through the use of computers, cellular phones, and other electronic devices” (“Cyberbullying” 1). The use of technology today has greatly increased, and it is causing problems within the states. Schools are becoming more technological, and some schools even provide students with electronic devices. Four in ten teens have been bullied online, and girls are more…

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    Cyber bullying is caused by people that want to be popular or even want attention. It happens when the people they dislike the most has better things than the other or just jealous about him/her, causing him/her to comment negative stuff on the online world. Little do they know that cyber bullying is very dangerous especially to the people there making fun off or insulting. Teenagers are all about factions, some tend to be friendly some tending to be popular and some tending to be social.…

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    Even though it might now be true, most victims of cyber bullying believe what the person tells them for instance if a person is called “fat” just for eating alot when in reality they are average in weight that person believes that they are fat and might even cut down on meals which is worse than eating alot…

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    and fragile students. Over the years, bullying is seen as a transitional part of school life to harden children on course of their academic studies. However, humanitarian activists stood against the act suggesting it hinders normal child development to adulthood (Sharp and Peter, p2). It may involve physical or mental torture, which eventually deters some developmental phase for children. Because of the strict rules stimulated against the vice, cyber bullying emerged in the process. It…

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    Cyber bullying is one of the most common types of bullying. Social media is used to share information to the world but it’s also used to harass people on the internet. In the article from the Cosmopolitan online magazine “Who Are You Calling a Bully?” written by Abigail Pesta, is a story of three girls in Florida that started off as friends but it ended up in tragedy. Rebecca Sedwick jumped from towering silos to her death. There were a lot of questions especially to her classmates Katelyn Roman…

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    The current situation with cyber-bullying creates a slippery slope, as many people believe that the government telling people what they can and can not say on the internet is against the First Amendment, “ ...Congress shall make no law...abridging freedom of speech” (Bill of Rights…

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    "Unless and until our society recognizes cyber bullying for what it is, the suffering of thousands of silent victims will continue." It is right to say that technology has improved many people 's lives and it has been making our society better in many ways. However, just like with many other great inventions, not everyone uses it for good, especially when it comes to communication tools such as instant messaging and social media, which leads to the bullying that takes place using electronic…

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