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Why You Should Talk to Kids About Cyberbullying [INFOGRAPHIC]

Why You Should Talk to Kids About Cyberbullying [INFOGRAPHIC] | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it

Almost one in four of teens claimed to be a target of cyberbullying and two-thirds of all teens have witnessed cruel behavior online, notes the Teen Internet Behavior study.

But only one in 10 parents are aware that their teens could be targets of cyberbullying.

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Jonathan Jokhai's comment, January 30, 2013 4:39 PM
In this situation, cyber bullying, I would stand up when if I get bullied on the internet. I agree with is articles information. Facebook is one of the largest social websites and is the most common place for cyber bullying. I truly believe that bullying face to face is the most common type of bullying. When people meet together, the bullys can make fun of your fashion or the way you look. While on the internet, it is more of a mental break down. I don't agree that one in ten parents know that their child is being cyber bullied because some parents check on their childs account and see if anything is ok and there is no cyber bullying.
Anna Kate Alford's comment, January 31, 2013 9:42 AM
I agree with you, Johnny. I'm pretty sure that more than "one in ten" parents know that their child has been cyber-bullied. Since tecnology is changing rapidly, maybe soon the only form of bullying will be cyber-bullying. The only thing I disagree about was that Facebook has the most cyber-bullying. I believe that the most cyber-bullying comes from text messages since the victims is the only one to read it. Standing up to the bully on the Internet is good, but not as good as standing up in real life. Also, any type of bullying is bad, and I think that all bullying is equally bad. I hope you enjoyed this article.
Anna Kate Alford's comment, January 31, 2013 9:42 AM
I agree with you, Johnny. I'm pretty sure that more than "one in ten" parents know that their child has been cyber-bullied. Since tecnology is changing rapidly, maybe soon the only form of bullying will be cyber-bullying. The only thing I disagree about was that Facebook has the most cyber-bullying. I believe that the most cyber-bullying comes from text messages since the victims is the only one to read it. Standing up to the bully on the Internet is good, but not as good as standing up in real life. Also, any type of bullying is bad, and I think that all bullying is equally bad. I hope you enjoyed this article.
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Social Media Landscape 2011 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social Media Landscape 2011 [INFOGRAPHIC] | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it

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16 Infographic Resumes, A Visual Trend

16 Infographic Resumes, A Visual Trend | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it
RT @samjasch: This is not the article I was thinking of but here are a few examples...
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MacGyver, Survivalist, or Stockpiler: The Urban Survival Skills Everyone Should Know

MacGyver, Survivalist, or Stockpiler: The Urban Survival Skills Everyone Should Know | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it
The fantasy of an impending zombie apocalypse may inspire urban survival fantasies in the most level-headed of us, but zombie apocalypse or not, knowing how to survive the breakdown of social amenities we take for granted is a legitimate skill.
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Infographic List

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For those who love Infographics - www.infographiclist.com (An #Infographic for every season!
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A Brief History Of Web Standards {Infographic} | @MattersofGrey

A Brief History Of Web Standards {Infographic} | @MattersofGrey | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it
Throughout the history of the Internet, there has been an evolution of web standards.

Due to these transformations, today, “the number of devices connected to the Internet exceeds the number of people on Earth.”


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Hans's comment, September 30, 2012 4:29 PM
This infographic wakes up a desire for a unified online experience in the future. Developers for mobile, tablets, laptops, TV:s, cars, intelligent homes and all other potential devices that will be connected in the future must rethink their urge to get a quick fix and find a seamless way for humans to use technology.
maxOz's comment, September 30, 2012 6:45 PM
Thanks Hans for your input, agree with your summary cheers Michele
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Brief history of web standards

 

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Cool Infographics - Multitasking - This is Your Brain on Media

Cool Infographics - Multitasking - This is Your Brain on Media | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it

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50 Amazing Free Icon Sets | Freebies

50 Amazing Free Icon Sets | Freebies | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it
Every web designer loves to have high-quality icons at their disposal.
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A Trendy Resume — Create Infographic Resumes from LinkedIn Profiles - SocialTimes

A Trendy Resume — Create Infographic Resumes from LinkedIn Profiles - SocialTimes | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it
After looking over several infographic resumes, I can see how the future job recruiter will implement the infographic or Visual.me type resume.
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15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly [Infographic]

15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly [Infographic] | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it
Grammar is one of the most debated subjects on the Internet.
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Leadership Styles, Leadership Development, Leadership Skills, Leadership Development Techniques

Leadership Styles, Leadership Development, Leadership Skills, Leadership Development Techniques | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it
First-Level-Leadership.com is an audio learning hub helps you to learn about leadership development, leadership traits, leadership qualities, leadership styles, persuasive speech, management styles, employee motivation, presentation tips,...

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Infographic: Reining in the information deluge | 21st Century Information Fluency

Infographic: Reining in the information deluge | 21st Century Information Fluency | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it
Infographic: Reining in the information deluge | @scoopit http://t.co/huMpi8Ni...

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Choosing a Career @The_Infographic @Lauren_Binning

Choosing a Career @The_Infographic @Lauren_Binning | Stuff I Like | Scoop.it
I just started watching The Office (right on schedule, seven years late), and in the middle of the first episode, mid laugh, I felt a sinking deja-vue. That Office--vaguely at times and quite literally at others-- reminded me of my office.

And while I actually love my co-workers and feel a sense of pride in the work we do, there is no getting around how I never pictured myself working 40 hours a week in an office. I doubt many people do. And while reality often trumps fantasy, is there something to chasing that dream that all your work not feel like work at all?

Today’s infographic indulges the fantasy a little, tempering it with a needed splash of reality. After all, while some people require unique experiences in their dream career, others just want stability and good health benefits. [via - http://bit.ly/qLF3pJ ]


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