Cyber Bullying 101

Laney, Cassidy
September 2014
Kentucky English Bulletin;Fall2014, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p45
Academic Journal
The article discusses the impact of cyberbullying or online harassment and ways to stop it. Topics discussed include the use of the Internet and social media to harass other people, the mental harm of victims of cyberbullying, and reasons why only a few cases of cyberbullying are reported to law enforcement. Also discussed are actions that should be taken during a cyberbullying incident.


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