CYBER BULLYING VS TRADITIONAL BULLYING
IS CYBER BULLYING AS BAD AS TRADITIONAL BULLYING?BY:-ALIASGHER NOORUDDINROLL NO:-BSCS/F15/0109
WHAT IS BULLYING??Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do somethingBullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose.
CYBER BULLYINGCyber bullyingis the use of technology to harass, threaten, embarrass or target another person.Anonymity, the identity of perpetrator is often hidden from the victim.Typically by sending messages of an intimating or threatening nature.Text message bullying Picture/video-clip bullying via mobile phone cameras Email bullying Chat room bullying Bullying via websites
TRADITIONAL BULLYINGTraditional bullying is any type of bullying that is carried through non-electrical means.
Three types of traditional bullying a) Verbal bullying b) Physical bullying c) Non-verbal bullying
Effects of Cyber BullyingIt makes me feel depressed a lot- it affected me for 3-4 years. I hated being cyber-bullied. I would cry. It really hurt. I wanted to move to a new town. A 18 year old girl
Teens report that in 38% of the cases the cyberbully is someone they don`t know.Unique effects over and above real world bullying.Causes significant emotional and psychological distress.Feel Vulnerable and powerless.Feel dissatisfied with who they are.
Effects of Traditional Bullying Traditional bullyingis Bullying. Hiding behind a pretty screen, doesnt make it less hateful, written words have power. Dr. Martyn Wild
Psychological implication.Develop problems with depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem.Bullying may affect the academic work of bullied children.Anxiety, depression, and other serious stress and emotional related disorders.
Some signs that a student may be a victim of Traditional BullyingHaving damaged clothing, books, or possessionsTrying to take a weapon to school.Complaining of frequently not feeling well.Often losing things that they take to school.Difficulty sleeping or frequent nightmaresTalking about suicide or violence against others.
Some signs that a student may be a victim of Cyber BullyingAppears nervous when receiving a text, instant message, or email.Unwillingness to share information about online activity.Abruptly shutting off or walking away from the computer mid-use.Unexplainedanger or depression, especially after going online.Unexplained weight loss or gain.Deleting accounts, avoidance etc.
ResemblancesAggressivenessPower imbalanceRepetitivenessTRADITIONAL & CYBER BULLYING
Modifications..CYBER BULLYINGAnonymousOccurs off school propertyAll day, every dayNo safe place-hard to escapeLarger, possibly global audienceTRADITIONAL BULLYINGFace to FaceSchoolyardDuring the school dayCan find a safer place to escapeSmaller audience
Some Do`s and Don`tDo`sTalk to an adultStand up to the bullyStand calm and walk awayJoin a group or clubDon`tThink it is your faultKeep it to yourselfFight backHurt yourself
Here are some reports/survey about bullying
Is Cyber Bullying more harmful than Traditional Bullying???Face-to-face bullying is more cruel and harsh than online attacks"You see their smile, hear their laugh, see their face, see you break down A 15 year old boy Generally the worst aspect of traditional bullying is that most of the people suicide rather than facing one more day of bullying. They hang themselves or jump out from a building. Loss of life is a very big thing. Often you can pause yourself from cyber bullying by cutting yourself from technology but how will you respond to Physical bullying? There are laws and legal penalties for bullying but they are too feeble to stop bullying. In Pakistan it is not as much as it is done in other countries for example India has a high rate of people suiciding because of fear of ragging. In US every 1/8 child is bullied. Often lack of support from parents is also root of students suiciding. ALIASGHER NOORUDDIN
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