Annotated Bibliography On Cyberbullying

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Meech, S. (2009). Media violence. In Cyberbullying is worse than physical bullying. Retrieved from Gale opposing viewpoints database. (Original work published 2009) In Cyber bullying Is Worse than Physical Bullying, Scott Meech argues that cyber bullying target victims to embarrass them in front of a large crowd. Meech says students bring cyber bullying with them into their home. He compares cyber bullying to physical bullying and cyber bullying has become a worldwide problem. He advises his audience to protect their personal information and make sure to change their social media’s name and password often. He also advises educators to have some strategies to teach students to handle cyber…show more content…
They should teach children how to be responsible online instead of blaming technologies. He states, parents should sit down with their children and talk to them about the danger of social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Harding says, the internet is here to stay and it is not going anywhere. Social media has become a part of children’s life. Social media such as Facebook has enormous enemies and it spreads rumors that last than ever. Harding argues that parents should talk to their children that anything they post online it is not just a secret between them and their friends, but the whole world have access to…show more content…
(2013). Anti-cyber bullying laws are needed to fight cyber bullying. In Netiquette and online Ethics. Retrieved from Gale opposing viewpoints database. (Original work published 2013) In Anti-Cyber bullying Laws Are Needed to Fight Cyber bullying, Ben Leichtling argues that laws are needed to protect children from cyber bullies. Leichtling states, it is better to have laws to protect children than not have one at all. Face to face threats are more dangerous than cyber bullying, but that does not mean that those who are victims of cyber bullying or abuse do not matter too. Leichtling offers a way that cyber bullying can be solved and this can only happen through education. Education alone won't solve this problem but education and reinforcing the law might be the best way to deal with the problem. Leichtling argues that people will always have power and revenge no matter how much education they have. Swearer, S. (2012). Traditional forms of bullying remain a more prevalent and serious problem. In Cyber bullying. Retrieved from Gale opposing viewpoints database. (Original work published 2012) In Traditional Forms of Bullying Remain a More Prevalent and Serious Problem,

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