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Cyberbullying Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Bullying whether it is online or in person, should be addressed by either the teacher or authorities depending on the severity of the bullying. Also, the length of the bullying depends on if you should go to the police. If the bullying has been going on for a long time, then the police should be called. Parents, teachers and principals should first be notified about the bullying or cyberbullying if it is taking place between students.


In the United States, the schools are required to get involved in cyberbullying even though the bullying is taken place outside of school hours and outside of the school building. Therefore, the school should be notified first. After that, the police should be notified if it continues or the bullying is threatening.

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Many people don’t know why certain people bully others. It seems like they are insecure about themselves or have low self-esteem. However, usually parents of victims often want to know why the bully is picking on their child. They want to know what triggered their actions towards their child. They want to know why the bully is picking on their child.


Often times, the parents want to see if maybe their child did something to the bully in order to begin the bullying. Other questions that I would want to ask bullies are how do you feel when you are bullying others. When you start learning about the characteristics surrounding a bully would allow teachers and authorities to figure out how to resolve the issues of bullying.

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Since cyberbullying occurs mostly on social media networks, the social media companies should be somewhat responsible for cyberbullying. It is occurring on their networks. These billion-dollar companies should put money into safety for the teenagers who frequent their sites especially since teens usually cyberbully on social media networks. However, it seems that social media networks do not do enough to protect victims of bullies on their sites.


It does seem that parents should ultimately be responsible for what their teenagers are putting on their sites. Even though these social media sites share some responsibility, it is impossible for them to track all cyberbullies and their bullying that they do to others. Therefore, the parents and the bullies themselves should be ultimately responsible for their actions.

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Not everyone has that video. I would suggest remaking the question

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Physical bullying is when a person hurts another person intentionally and many times in order to bully them. Usually, people will bully because they have low self-esteem and they don’t know how to make themselves feel better except to hurt someone who is younger or smaller than they are. Online bullying is when a person harasses or threatens another person online. They usually don’t leaves physical marks or scars on the person because they bully by words. They may type terrible mean things to the other person.

Even though both are bad, physical bullying can hurt someone physically and may be harder to prove because online bullying is done in writing on the computer. There is a way for people to see what was written.

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There are several things that cyberbullies do to their victims. Their main goal is to elicit a response from the victims. If the victim gets upset, this makes the bully happy. However, it is difficult for the victim to ignore the behavior of the bully.


The only way to do this is to leave the bully and the people who hang around the bully which may be friends of the victim and find a different group of friends. Some of the things the victim that the cyberbully may do to the victim include making rude comments to the victim over the Internet either on their social media accounts or by chatting online. Other examples include making fun of the victim specifically and threatening the victim.

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Parents may be suspicious that their child is cyberbullying another child or group of children. This may be known through reading their child’s text messages, emails or most likely social media posts. When the parents become aware or are even slightly suspicious, they should require their child to have access to their social media posts in order to determine the extent of the cyber-bullying.


Then parents should discuss the problems with either the parents of the victims or the principal or authorities in order to resolve the problem. Parents should also take the initiative to end their child’s social media until the child proves to show respect to his or her peers. Also, the child should be punished and/or counseled to stop this behavior.

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Cyberbullying should be discussed at some point during the child’s education, but it is more important for parents to educate their child about being cybersafe and what to look for from cyberbullying. Children usually understand cyberbullying since they are more knowledgeable and have more experience with the latest technology. Parents need to be more involved in their child’s social media where they have access to it and they are responsible for their child’s behavior ultimately.


However, schools can explain what cyberbullying is and to an extent, but the parents are needed to secure and monitor their own children. Cyberbullying has become a popular topic due to students understanding the concept by media and their parents and siblings. Therefore, parents and schools should explain and monitor cyberbullying.

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B. Tell your parent or to your parents for them to be informed on what happened to you

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Cyberbullying is a new type of bullying now that the Internet has come into existence. However, it has become a big problem over time. Cyberbullying is when a person or group of people tease, harass and say mean or threatening things to another person over the Internet. Sometimes, people will send ugly pictures to the person they are bullying. When cyberbullying takes place, it makes the victim feel terrible.

Also, these instances of harassment and threats happen multiple times over a long period of time. People don’t know how to stop them, but when things are said over the Internet, as opposed to saying in person, there are ways to see what was said in order to prove that cyberbullying is taking place.

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