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Anti-cyberbullying in Social Media

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Anti-cyberbullying in Social Media: A Cure in the Poison

With an uptake in technology advancement, communication through phones, tablets, and computers is easier and more common than ever before. However, there are some major issues regarding this new wave of communication: the potential of cyber-bullying.

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What is Cyberbullying and Who can be Affected by it?

Cyberbullying can exist in many forms, including hateful messaging or comments, racy pictures and sexting, violent threats, and other similar means of communicating negative content through the internet. Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat, though are hit sensations, particularly for the younger generation, can also be hot spots for cyberbullying.

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Cyberbullying: A New Way To Hurt

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Cyberbullying: A New Way To Hurt in the Digital Age

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For children growing up in the age of cellphones and social media, cyberbullying has become as common as selfies - though a far cry from the harmless fun of taking a photo. Cyberbullying takes the form of rumors spread online, hateful and sometimes threatening messages, and humiliating videos or photographs shared without permission (sometimes real, other times doctored). The abuse can be relentless, sometimes driving young people to self-harm or suicide.

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  • 26 Apr 2017, 14.04
    Anti-cyberbullying in Social Media: A Cure in the Poison With an uptake in technology advancement, communication through phones, tablets, and computers is easier and more common than ever before. However, there are some major issues regarding this new wave of communication: the ...

  • 01 Sep 2016, 20.09
    Cyberbullying: A New Way To Hurt in the Digital Age For children growing up in the age of cellphones and social media, cyberbullying has become as common as selfies - though a far cry from the harmless fun of taking a photo. Cyberbullying takes the form of rumors spread online ...

#RestoringHope Project - Restoring Hope books

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Ark of Hope partners with TGIM Publishing on a series of stories authored by those victimized by child abuse and child trafficking. "Restoring Hope: Removing the Chains of Child Abuse". Ark of Hope provides mentoring styled support for many internationally that were traumatized as children by the many forms of child abuse and even by childhood illness or disability. All are welcome to contribute to this inspirational... Read more