Argumentative Essay On Cyber Bullying

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27 Panganiban, Estefanie V. P1B With the outbreak of technology in the early twenty-first century the humankind is now almost entirely connected and currently struggling to the cyber world facing to a new form of intimidation and harassment that generated as one of the common issues among children and teens today. Cyber-bullying as acts of cruelty using the internet or any form of electronic media or technology that has the effect of ruining one’s dignity or lead to reasonable fear or physical or emotional harm. Cyberbullying is wreckful and needs to end by enhancing the minor penalties where a victim gets justice and seeks a solution to that person who criticized them. According to the Merriam Webster dictionary," bully factors a blustering, coerce person; especially: one habitually cruel to others who are weaker, it also says that in 1963 the first case of bullying was known.'' So what drives the bully to make fun of someone’s life? Some people tend to get an urge to want to bully in order to make themselves feel better or hype up their popularity at school feeling more powerful or important. Other children who bully…show more content…
With the advancement in technology come new chances and opportunity for bullying. Internet bashing has become a crudeness among netizens and even begin problems that comprise hostility and aggression. Bullying has ranged the face to face teasing and lead on to wireless bullying known as cyber bullying. Why do people bully others are unknown and endless, so are the effects of bullying. Three of the biggest, reoccurring effects that come from being bullied are depression, substance abuse, and suicide, among many ssothers. Depression is a psychological effect that can be brought on from a number of different scenarios. However, bullying is a leading cause of depression in all ages of

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