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Bullying in Schools Can - and Must - Be Combatted - Wheeling News Register

1) Bullying in schools is becoming more and more a problem, and how it is affecting them long term.

 

2) -Research has revealed that bullying causes damage and sometimes even death.

     -Cyber-bullying involves harassing someone or spreading rumors about an individual through e-mail, chat rooms, text messages, instant messages, or social networking Web sites.

     - Victims of bullying suffer from embarrassment, fear, and anxiety which can lead to depression.

    

3) The writer believes that something has to happen in order for this to be stopped. She recommends a program that can help your child.

 

4) No, but she gives me options on how to stop it, therefore showing she is obviously against it.

 

5) She has a want to put a stop to bullying and she cares about the people it is effecting, by going to all the trouble to find out how to stop bullying it shows that she cares.

 

6) I think this article was written for any reader wanting to learn how to stop bullyng.

 

7) Yes, she gives many good points about how it can effect you long term, but she could've backed itup better.

 

8) Wallace, Terry. "Bullying in Schools Can - and Must - Be Combatted - Wheeling News Register." 20 Feb. 2012.

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Cyberbullying Study Shows Long-Term Impact of Online Harassment

Cyberbullying Study Shows Long-Term Impact of Online Harassment | bullying in schools | Scoop.it

1) CyberBullying and how it can affect you.

 

2) -1 in 13 young people surveyed have experienced intentional cyberbullying.

     - 23% saying they had experienced the bullying for more than a year.

     - 40% saying it lasted for months or weeks.

    

3) The author says we as a society need to take responsibility for both preventing such harmful and anti-social behaviour and doing something about it.

 

4) No, but by the statistics she has and the word she uses make her opinion obvious altough it is not directly stated.

 

5) She has strong views on bullying.

 

6) The article was written for most likely teachers or parents, to aware anyone who deals with kids/teens.

 

7) Yes, she provides graphs that back up what she is saying.

 

8) Nazarali, Rosemina. "CyberBulling shows Long-term impact on online harassment." 19 Feb. 2012

 

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