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    deciding whether his life's worth living anymore. Nobody should ever have to get to this point in their life. Most adolescents can handle the bullying that goes on within the school because they usually have a few friends that support them but there is no one to support them when they are getting bullied online. In order to prevent further bullying online adolescents need to be made aware…

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    Should Cyber-bullying be considered a crime? Introduction: Thesis Statement: Cyber bullying should be limited on the internet since it may go to the extent of a humiliating and threatening behaviour which may cause a long-term harm on students. However, there are some arguments debated on whether cyber bullying is illegal or not. I. Topic Sentence 1: Cyber bullying might cause an emotional and physical stress on the student. a.) According to the International…

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    Cyber bullying Thesis statement – cyber bullying is the act that occurs using electronic technology. It may include different forms of devices like computers cell phones and also tablets and any other means of social media communication tools. Cyber bullying is a problem known globally. Sometimes it may be unnoticed most of the times when it happens, but cyber bullying can be very destructive and most of the times are very lethal to those people who are being bullied. A lot of people and…

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    becoming themselves the aggressors. One out of the ten randomly selected participants was found to be a victim of cyber bullying, and their experience has brought the attention of the negative aspects and influence social media is capable in creating. The anonymous female participant detailed her experience as “harsh, exploiting, and nerve-wrecking”. Her experience with cyber bullying involved multiple individuals from her past High School and on its creation of a false profile account that…

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    There are so many type of bullying, cyber bulling which is bullying through the internet, verbal which is using words, physical touching which is sexual.How big a problem is bullying or cyberbullying in your school or community. Over the years so many kids had commi sucide due to bullying, No kids has the right to feel unwanted or treated like dirt. Bullying has increased dramatically over the years. Bullying is a tremendous problem in my community because it caused a lot of kids to commit…

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    Bulling is a type of physical or mentally strength of intimidation to usually force someone to do what you want. Cyber bullying is the exact same but over the internet, mainly by using electronic forms of communication for intimidation . Approximately there are a billion people on Facebook and 200 million people on Twitter and according to Facebook newsroom there are more than 200 million users on Instagram.("Our Mission" n.d. pg.1) So with the Internet, people have more opportunities to…

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    ability to co-exist with one another harmoniously. School bullying has no place of acceptance in creating Christianly brotherhood among others. Current studies show that bullying has grown exponentially worldwide and will only abate once proper prevention and zero-tolerance policy are in place to correct this socially maladaptive behavior. This paper will identify some common characteristics of…

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    How Cyberbullying is Affecting Teens in the 21st Century On October 10, 2012, a beautiful girl by the name of Amanda Todd was found dead in her home by an act of suicide. Todd was a victim of cyberbullying and harassment, by a man who pressured her into flashing her breasts years before, via webcam. The “friend” captured the photo and used it against Todd in every way possible. Students at the new schools she attended would see the picture and start their own hatred. Cyberbullying is affecting…

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    embarrassing, in this case, could be a picture of someone passed out at a party. While the uploader might not think it is anything harmful, the person in the photo could be scared of reaction that the photo might get. Another example of innocent bullying would be if someone were taking a private picture of themselves to try and build confidence. It only takes one other person gaining access to that photo for it to be spread around a particular setting such as work and school. False information…

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    keystrokes away. These comments could be positive or negative. Although cyberbullying is a problem sweeping the nation, schools should not be able to keep tabs on their student’s social media accounts. The number of students engaging in online bullying is smaller than the population of the school. It would cause unnecessary spending of taxpayer funds to be spent on staff to oversee these accounts. The login information would also have to be kept in a database, which could be hacked at…

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