CYBER-BULLYING

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CYBER-BULLYING by Mind Map: CYBER-BULLYING

1. DEFINITION

1.1. Is bullying that takes place using electronic devices

1.2. such as

1.3. cellphones

1.4. tablets

1.5. computers

1.6. As well as communication tools including

1.7. chat, and websites.

1.8. social media sites

1.9. text messages

2. RISKS FACTORS

2.1. Children Likely to be Bullied

2.1.1. Overweight or underweight

2.1.2. New students

2.1.3. Lower income families

2.1.4. Depressed, anxious or low self-esteem

2.1.5. Anti-social or unpopular

2.2. Children Likely to Bully Others

2.2.1. Concerned with popularity

2.2.2. Like to be in charge of others

2.2.3. Aggressive or easily frustrated

2.2.4. Family issues or lack of parental involvement

2.2.5. View violence positively

3. HELP?

3.1. Get help.

3.1.1. Talk to a parent, teacher, counselor, or other trusted adult.

3.2. Learn to deal with stress

3.3. Spend time doing things you enjoy

3.4. Don't blame yourself.

3.5. Unplug from technology.

4. STRATEGIES TO BE SAFE OR TO PREVENT

4.1. Pay attention

4.2. Don’t ignore it

4.3. When you see something — do something

4.4. Remain calm

4.5. Hold bystanders accountable

4.6. Listen and don’t pre-judge

4.7. Start a Bully Free Campaign

5. IMPACT ON VICTIMS

5.1. First Instance

5.1.1. Hurt feelings

5.1.1.1. Sadness

5.1.1.1.1. Anxiety

5.1.2. Hurt feelings

5.1.3. Sadness

5.1.4. Anxiety

5.1.5. Depression

5.1.6. Anger

5.1.7. Shame

5.1.8. Fear

5.1.9. Frustration

5.1.10. Low self esteem

5.1.11. Inability to trust in others

5.2. When these negative emotions aren’t dealt with properly, victims may resort to the following behaviors:

5.2.1. Withdrawal, seclusion, avoidance of social relationships

5.2.2. Poor academic performance

5.2.3. Bullying others

5.2.4. Suicide.