Cyber Bullying: Déjà Vu, or Something New?

Moffat, Karen
February 2011
International Educator;Feb2011, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p5
The article highlights the growing problem of cyber bullying and the serious dangers it poses to students and young people. It explores cyber bullying as defined by Bill Belsey, a Canadian anti-bullying activist who coined the term in 2009, and compares this virtual, high-technology bullying to older forms of school bullying. It also discusses the medium, products, and features of cyber bullying that parents and educators must understand in order to address the problem effectively.


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