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Not all teens use technology how it was intended, nor do they always have proper digital etiquette. Some have embraced it (intentionally or not) as another tool for bullying. Aside from cyberbullying, when a young person uses the Internet or technology to harass, threaten, humiliate, or target another person, kids are using technology in other ways. Bullying in the era of hyper-connectivity. The proliferation of edtech in schools has given students an entirely new way to connect and communicate.
Unfortunately, being able to access the internet also tempts students to peruse inappropriate content, or harass and bully their peers. Use the save feature on instant messages and take screenshots of posts or comments on social networks. Depending on the severity of the situation, report the abuse to the online platform, to school and/or the Internet Crimes Department of your local law enforcement agency. Technology has elevated bullying to terrifying levels for kids. Cyber bullying occurs when a bully uses email, websites, or text messaging to harass other people.
Cyber bullying can be done directly to an individual by sending them insults or threats via email, instant messaging, or text messaging. Using all of these technologies and websites, bullies can send insults about a classmate to numerous individuals. Online harassment is just one of the tools that a bully can use to attack victims so focusing on cyberbullying alone isn’t the answer. Since most bullying.
One way kids gather their material is to catch others in compromising photos or videos known as “blackmail moments.” Then, they post these photos and videos to Instagram. 2 Another tactic used to embarrass others is playing the “slap game.” This involves one person slapping someone while another person films the victim’s reaction. Technology misuse can include tracking devices to monitor where you go (such as putting an app on your phone to track where your phone is); listening in on your conversations; monitoring your activity on your cell phone, tablet or computer; using technology to impersonate someone; and sending harassing or threatening messages via text, email, etc.
Kids usually bully because they learn this behavior at home. It is learned behavior which can be unlearned. Some kids are just more aggressive, dominating and impulsive by nature.
It doesn’t always mean that they are bullies. Bullies dominate, blame and use others. They lack empathy and foresight and have contempt for the weak. The methods kids and teens use to cyberbully can be as varied and imaginative as the technology they have access to. they might range from sending threatening or taunting messages via email, text, social media, or IM, to breaking into your email account or stealing your online identity to hurt and humiliate.
Emotional and mental bullying works by using methods of demeaning speech and other techniques that are meant to help the bully feel superior. When bullying parents use this style of parenting, they try and motivate their children by being derisive. This can be especially damaging, since it can encourage a child to think ill of him/herself.
List of related literature:
|from Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard: Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying|
|from Cyberbullying: Bullying in the Digital Age|
|from The Oxford Handbook of Mobile Communication and Society|
|from Darby and Walsh Dental Hygiene E-Book: Theory and Practice|
|from Working Together to Safeguard Children: A Guide to Inter-agency Working to Safeguard and Promote the Welfare of Children|
|from Introduction to Forensic Psychology: Court, Law Enforcement, and Correctional Practices|
|from Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media|
|from Handbook of Forensic Medicine|
|from Encyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media|
|from Mental Health and Mental Disorders: An Encyclopedia of Conditions, Treatments, and Well-Being [3 volumes]: An Encyclopedia of Conditions, Treatments, and Well-Being|