Cyberbullying Essays


Informative Speech on Cyberbullying

Essay Prompt Please write an informative speech about “ cyberbullying”. It should include one source> it could be either a book or a journal/magazine. If its a book, for citation please put the name of the book and the author. If its a Journal/Magazine please write down the article, author and exact date. view another 46 Continue Reading... Continue Reading...

Bullying Essay

  Bullying can be a difficult topic to tackle. That is why this bullying essay will help offer an idea of what will comprise a good paper and what potential areas of research to cover within this controversial and popular subject. From developing a good thesis, carrying it throughout body paragraphs, and closing with a brief and concise conclusion, this essay will show what to do to obtain a high grade. The first step before the thesis, the body, and the conclusion, is a unique and informative introduction. This will help lead to an idea of where to start the Continue Reading...

Generational Differences in Social Media Usage

Publications and Presentations: Paper 84. MacKay, A. W. (2015, January). Law as an ally or enemy in the war on cyberbullying: Exploring the contested terrain of privacy and other legal concepts in the age of technology and social media. University of New Brunswick Law Journal, 66, 3-10. Miller, K. H. (2009, February). The law catches up with distance education Journal, 31(7), 31-37. Miller, W. J. (2013, January). Show me, tell me: social media and the political awareness of American youth. Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, 37(1), 75-77. Neuman, W. L. (2003). Social research methods: Qualitative and quantitative approaches.… Continue Reading...

Parent and Child Communication Article Review

social media by teenagers and adolescents. A key aspect between popular sources and scholarly sources is that cyberbullying has developed into a global health concern amongst adolescents. However, there are variances between the two sources. On one hand, popular sources discuss cyberbullying and the aspect of embarrassment in the school setting (Tynes, 2016). On the other hand, scholarly sources delve more into the relation between cyberbullying and negative health issues (Ng Chong et al., 2016). Adolescents targeted through cyberbullying report increased depressive impact, nervousness, isolation, suicidal actions, and somatic symptoms. Culprits of cyberbullying are more probable to report aggravated… Continue Reading...

Effects Of Gender Related Bullying and Harassment

these opportunities (Fuller & Gulbrandson, 2013). There are also some significant gender-related differences in the incidence of so-called " cyberbullying." According to the definition provided by the cyberbullying Research Center (2017), cyberbullying is "when someone repeatedly harasses, mistreats, or makes fun of another person online or while using cell phones or other electronic devices" (cyberbullying data, para. 2). As shown in Figure 1 below, slightly more than 40% of a sample of female students reported being the victim of cyberbullying at some point in their lives compared to just under 29% for males, and females also reported having been cyberbullied more… Continue Reading...

Anti-bullying Bill in Texas

be provided rehab and counselling. 2. Summary of the Bill Texas State’s House ratified a state Senate bill which would curb cyberbullying among school-age kids. This Bill concentrates on several fixes, such as offering more leeway to schools to wipe out cyberbullying. This would include providing additional chances to school districts to collaborate with law enforcers on the local level, besides providing an anonymous threat-reporting system to educational institutions and their enrollees. Moreover, the law intends to provide bullies as well as the bullied with further rehab and counselling facilities. School administrative faculty would be given a day’s time to inform parents… Continue Reading...

Media Theory Essay

to file-sharing websites and online communities (Lippicini, 2014). Equally as complex as cybertheft is cyberbullying, which only on the surface resembles its in-person counterpart. As Lippicini (2014) puts it, cyberbullying is “a complex network too large and diffuse to attribute a single cause because there are multiple actors,” and the same can be said about cyberterrorism (p. 43). Discussion Clearly cybercrime needs a different framework and methodology than traditional social science can allow, which is why actor-network theory supersedes traditional criminological theories in helping to explain cybercrime and offer solutions. Actor-network theory is dynamic, and applies to multiple systems… Continue Reading...

Why Parents Should Be Liable for Their Children\'s Bullying

historic face-to-face bullying and the newer cyber variety are relentlessly prevalent” (76). Besides face-to-face physical or verbal bullying and so-called “ cyberbullying” (i.e., bullying behaviors that are committed more than once using some type of communications technology such as cellphones, chat rooms, email, instant messaging, and online posts), there are other types as well including relational bullying that is intended to negatively affect the relationship or reputation of the targeted victims and bullying that involves damage to property (Facts about bullying 5). In addition, face-to-face bullying is classified as direct because it takes place in the presence of the targeted victims… Continue Reading...