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Cyber-bullying is never alright / Debbie Roome.

by Roome, Debbie [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 78 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781468139402 (pbk.).Subject(s): Cyberbullying | Online social networksDDC classification: 302.343
Contents:
1. Examples of cyber-bullying -- 2. Definition of cyber-bullying -- 3. A closer look at cyber-bullies -- 4. What motivates cyber-bullies -- 5. The signs [and] effects of cyber-bullying -- 6. Where does cyber-bullying take place -- 7. Help for teens and their parents -- 8. How to put an end to cyber-bullying -- 9. The law and cyber-bullying -- 10. Long term healing from cyber-abuse.
Summary: "Cyber-bullying takes schoolyard bullying to a new level with the use of information technology. Computers, tablets, cell phones and other devices are used to harass, embarrass and torment people of all ages. [This book] looks at the ways the abuse is perpetrated, its effects and the best way to stop it. Jam packed with useful advice, it is written from personal experience as well as careful research. Anyone who has a problem with an internet troll or bully who makes nasty comments on Facebook, in chat rooms or on blogs will benefit from reading this. It is never alright to be bullied and the first step to freedom is educating yourself about your choices"--Back cover.
List(s) this item appears in: Are You Being Bullied? - Books to help you through.
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Cover subtitle: Dealing with the pain of cyber-abuse.

New Zealand author.

1. Examples of cyber-bullying -- 2. Definition of cyber-bullying -- 3. A closer look at cyber-bullies -- 4. What motivates cyber-bullies -- 5. The signs [and] effects of cyber-bullying -- 6. Where does cyber-bullying take place -- 7. Help for teens and their parents -- 8. How to put an end to cyber-bullying -- 9. The law and cyber-bullying -- 10. Long term healing from cyber-abuse.

"Cyber-bullying takes schoolyard bullying to a new level with the use of information technology. Computers, tablets, cell phones and other devices are used to harass, embarrass and torment people of all ages. [This book] looks at the ways the abuse is perpetrated, its effects and the best way to stop it. Jam packed with useful advice, it is written from personal experience as well as careful research. Anyone who has a problem with an internet troll or bully who makes nasty comments on Facebook, in chat rooms or on blogs will benefit from reading this. It is never alright to be bullied and the first step to freedom is educating yourself about your choices"--Back cover.

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