A relatively new form of bullying has been introduced known as cyberbullying. This new type of bullying is committed by any text, video, message, or image that is used through an electronic device including a phone, gaming console, tablet, laptop, or computer. If a person is deliberately harassing or threatening a certain group or person
Cyber bullying is a form of harassment that takes place predominantly online; basically they are the internet version of real-life bullies. Doctor Larissa Hirsch, a New York-based pediatrician, wrote an article saying, “Bullies have been around forever...
In today’s society, the increase of cyberbullying has surpassed previous years due to the facile attainability of technology. To this day, adolescents have the ability to interact with other people virtually whether through social media, online games, or cell phones. Thus, one of the many reasons cyberbullying has impacted teenagers both psychologically and emotionally. Even
For a very long time people were worried about being a victim of bullying. Today the concern is more about being the victim of cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is defined as the act of bullying an individual by means of harassment or threatening through electronic communication strictly. It can also be a place where peers humiliate others
Bullying is not anything new. Physically or mentally, we have all been through some kind of bullying. It is something that was always here and will never go away. In modern society there is an emergence of something called cyberbullying. It is defined as the use of electronic messaging to bully or harass one. This
Cyberbullying is an on going issue we tend to see more and more each day. While people in higher power say that they do their best to help resolve the issue, or prevent it from happening, are they really? The current suicide rate due to cyberbullying on social media seems to be only increasing, therefore