Cyber Bullying Outline

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Ma. Lourdes M. Tejero ENG 501 Extended Definition Essay Outline I. Worldwide Problem A. School Bullying B. Cyber Bullying II. Major Points A. Cyberbullies can become insensitive because they can hide behind their computer screens or mobile phones their identities. B. Cyberbullying has greater impact than school bullying and can lead to depression for victims. B. There have been reports of suicide on being victimized online III. Wrapping Up A. Remarks B. Recommendations Thesis Statement School bullying is a worldwide problem that is less serious than cyberbullying. I. Introduction Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power of imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Both persons who are bullied and who bully others may have serious, lasting problems. Studies and researches were conducted in many parts of the world to compare school bullying and cyberbullying. Traditional bullying has been defined as “an aggressive, intentional act or behavior that is carried out by a group or an individual repeatedly and over time against a…show more content…
Both traditional school bullying and cyberbullying affect lots of young people. Cyberbullying is less physical than traditional school form of bullying but can have longer-lasting effects. It is becoming a major problem quickly. Teaching young people to protect themselves online is very important. They should have an open and honest relationship with their parents. Let's help the cyberbullies realize that manners do matter, what they do and say to one another off or online does make a difference. While the internet can be fun and super cool it comes with responsibility. Have fun with technology and exercise caution when using it. Lastly, parents should keep an eye on their children’s online
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