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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Cyberbullyin g 1 Protect your password2 Keep photos "PG"3 Log out of online accounts4 Think before you post5 Never open unidentified or unsolicited messages Girls are likely to be cyberbullied more than boys. 90% of teens who have seen social-media bullying say they have ignored it. Whites 18.6% have seen others tell cyber bullies to stop Risk Factors of Children Likely To Be Bullied -overweight/underweight-perceived as weak-unpopular-new students-anti-social-depressed and anxious-unable to get along with other-members of the LGBT community Preventing Cyberbullying: 84% 43% of kids have been bullied online 1 in 4 have been bullied more than once Bystander Effect: Characteristics of Cyberbullies: -May have low self-esteem-Often feel like a victim themselves -May not know how to express their anger in an appropriate way -Would be unlikely to say what they say in the Internet to someones face -Use the Internet as a way to get even or vent frustrations Characteristics of Victims: -Unable to easily defend him or herself-More likely to exhibit emotional, behavioral, or concentration issues-Trouble getting along with peers-More likely to report physical or mental issues-Exhibit poor psychosocial adjustment-More likely to have low peer self-esteem Suicide and Cyberbullying 20% 19% in a survey of 2,000 middle schoolers from across the nation(Middle-school victims are more apt to commit suicide) thought seriously about suicide 1.9 reported having attempted suicide Cyberbullying victims were times more likely to attempt suicide than non-victims twice Members of the LGBT community are as likely to commit suicide due to cyberbullying as heterosexuals Forms of Bullying: -Harassment-Denigration-Flaming-Impersonation-Outing -Trickery-Cyber Stalking-Exclusion
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