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Cyberbullying is bullying that is done through the use of technology, for example, using the Internet, a mobile phone or a camera to hurt or embarrass someone. It can be shared widely with a lot of people quickly, which is why it is so dangerous and hurtful.
Click here to access the JSCHS Cybersafety Page.
bul·ly1 verb gerund or present participle: bullying
1. Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone),
typically to force him or her to do what one wants.
Usage: A local man was bullied into helping them.
- Take a Stand
This site is the student version of the larger Bullying. No Way! website and provides information and advice about bullying for students aged over 14 and separately for younger users. It offers advice for those being bullied, being called a bully or who know of someone who is a victim of bullying, amongst other aspects.
- Cyber bullying
This site tackles text bullying and gives strategies for what to do if you receive a threatening message by SMS.
- Kids against bullying
Kids against bullying: An American website that provides a number of bullying scenarios and examples, along with guidance about how to deal with the issue.
This website offers factsheet type information about bullying for Australian young people.
- Bullying: no way:
This national funded website for school communities around Australia, aims to increase understanding about bullying, harassment and violence, hear others' stories and share strategies and success stories.
- Bully stoppers:
Bully Stoppers has sections for students, parents, teachers, and principals to ensure schools are safe and supportive places, where everyone is empowered to help reduce the incidence of bullying.
- Bullying; safe schools for students
These resources are designed to explore issues connected with safe schools. Age grouped topics on values and relationships include friendship, racism, bullying, anxiety, cybersafety, drugs, eating disorders, sexuality, homophobia, and peer pressure.
- PBS Kids - It's my life
The reason why one kid would want to bully another kid is this: when you make someone feel bad, you gain power over him or her. Power makes people feel like they're better than another person, and then that makes them feel really good about themselves. Power also makes you stand out from the crowd. It's a way to get attention from other kids, and even from adults.
Dear Bully - 70 authors tell their stories
On the shelf at 304.24/DEA
On the shelf at 371.5/HIB