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Tara Jamensky, Robin Gershman, Dylan Oborne, & Rebecca Abramov

Introductory Section I: 1
Section I: 1, 2: Introduction
Section II: 3, 4: What To Do
Section III: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9: Stats And Facts
Section IV: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15: Concluding Statements and Safety

Table Of Contents
1. 3: What Is Cyberbullying?
2. 4: How It Affects People
3. 5: What To Do To Prevent It
4. 6: What To Do If It Happens To You
5. 7: Cyberbully Facts
6. 8: Statistics On Cyberbullying
7. 9: Statistics On Kids Who Are Getting Cyberbullied
8. 10: How Social Media Affects Cyberbullying
9. 11: Cyberbullying VS. Bullying
10. 12: Long Term Effects On Victim And Family
11. 13, 14: Real Life Cyberbullying-Brandy Vela
12. 15: Conclusion Slides-Dylan
Tara

What Is Cyberbullying?
➔ Harassing Somebody Online.
➔ It’s easier because it’s not face to face, and usually
anonymous.
Examples include:
➔ Threatening emails, or text messages
➔ Creating websites to make fun of the other person
➔ Using websites to rate other people

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Robin

How It Affects
People
➔ Cyberbullying has drastic effects on people.
➔ Not everyone reacts to demonetizing messages
about themselves as equally as others.
➔ As a result, the affected individual is deeply
emotionally affected by this.

What To Do Section II: 4


Robin

What To Do To Prevent It
There are many uncanny methods of preventing
cyberbullying, and they have been known to work. Here
are some of the following examples:

➔ Stay off untrusted chat rooms. Cyberbullies lurk


there.

➔ If you are verbally abused by one of them- make it


look like it takes no effect on you, and make yourself
the higher individual by reporting the case to a
person of authority.

➔ Be ready to take a screenshot, as this can be useful


to give to someone when reporting the Cyberbullying
case.

➔ Make Sure if Someone begins Cyberbullying you-


End the conversation by blocking off the user.
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Tara

What To Do If This
Happens To You
➔ Save all the evidence that they sent/did
➔ Change your accounts passwords and usernames
➔ Tell somebody or ask for help
➔ Block them
➔ Reassure yourself that it’s not your fault and you did
nothing wrong

What To Do Section II: 4


Cyberbullying Robin

Facts
As little as you might expect, Cyberbullying has been
experienced by 43% of Children on a device, and 70%
have witnessed it.

Cyberbullying victims are 2-9 times more likely to commit


suicide.

More than 58% of children online have admitted to


experiencing cyberbullying at least once.

Section III: 6, 7, 8 Stats And Facts


Rebecca

Statistics On Cyberbullying
➔ Over 80% of kids use their cellphones regularly
making it the most common medium for
cyberbullying.
➔ 68% of teens agree that it’s a serious problem
➔ 81% of people think that cyberbullying is easier to
get away with than regular bullying
➔ 25% of teens admit to being harassed over text
messages.

Section III: 6, 7, 8 Stats And Facts


Tara

Statistics On Kids Who


Get Bullied
➔ 1 in 3 teens get online threats daily
➔ Only 1 in 10 people tell their parents
➔ Girls are twice more likely to get cyber bullied than
boys.
➔ Less than 1 in 5 cyber bullying incidents are reported
to law enforcements
➔ The victims are 2-9 times more likely to consider or
commit suicide

Section III: 6, 7, 8 Stats And Facts


Dylan

How Social Media


Affects Cyber
Bullying
➔ It makes it easier to communicate.
➔ Meaning it’s easier to get in touch with someone
and bully them.
➔ People also post mean things on social media that
everyone cans see.
➔ The worst form of bullying can be on social media.

Section IV: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 Concluding Statements and Safety
Dylan

Cyberbullying VS
Bullying
Differences:
➔ With cyber bullying, you can walk away from your
device
➔ Bullying face to face its hard to walk away from
➔ Cyberbullying isn’t physical
➔ Bullying is usually physical
➔ Most of the time cyber bullying is anonymous
➔ With bullying you know who is hurting you

Section IV: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 Concluding Statements and Safety
Rebecca

Long Term Effects On


Victim And Family
➔ The worst case scenario: the victim can’t handle the
mental abuse and end their lives.
➔ The victim’s confidence is destroyed after all the
insults.
➔ They’ll probably have trust issues later on in life
➔ The family can feel helpless, paranoid and become
overprotective when not necessary.

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Rebecca

Real Life Cyberbullying-Brandy Vela


➔ Brandy Vela .
➔ 18 years old.
➔ Shot herself in the chest in front of her family.
➔ Her dad Raul Vela, tried to persuade her to put the
gun down.
➔ She said that she’d come too far to turn back.
➔ Just hours before her death, her sister received a
text.
➔ It said “Guys, I love you so much, please remember
that, and I’m sorry for everything.”

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Safety
Rebecca

Real Life Cyberbullying-Brandy Vela


➔ When she read the text, 22 year old sister,
Jacqueline jumped into her car and drove home.
➔ She said she heard crying from upstairs.
➔ When she came into the room she saw her sister
with a gun to her chest, sobbing.
➔ Jacqueline thought she could persuade her sister,
but it was too late.
➔ Her family said that most of her harassment was
because of her weight.
➔ She died on November 29 2016.

Section IV: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 Concluding Statements and Safety
Dylan

Conclusion

➔ You can prevent getting bullied and other people


bullying you.
➔ All you need to do is tell someone you trust (parents,
older siblings, or kids help phone).
➔ STAND UP for people being bullied.
➔ Don’t be a bystander!
➔ If you see something on social media report it and
stop the bully!
➔ Get help before it gets too bad!

Section IV: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 Concluding Statements and Safety
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cyberbullying

http://www.bullyingstatistics.org/content/cyber-bullying-statistics.html

http://www.connectsafely.org/tips-to-help-stop-cyberbullying/

http://resources.uknowkids.com/blog/11-facts-about-cyberbullying