However, with the advancement in technology and its wide use, a new type of bullying has developed, cyberbullying, which is when a person uses technology and/or electronic devices to bully another person, typically by sending messages or posting comments of an intimidating or threatening nature. What makes cyber-bullying much more dangerous than regular bullying is that because if it on the internet, it will stay there for a long time and for everyone to see. What’s worse, is that the bully can easily hide under a different name or profile, making it harder to find out who is responsible in terms of facing consequences. It is very important to delete cyberbullying because when teenagers begin to abuse the convenience of the internet to harass others, it creates a very dangerous environment that extends outside the classroom or school. When someone is being harassed or embarrassed online, it reaches far outside of their world, and strangers all
When children start to abuse the convenience of the internet by harassing other people, the internet becomes very dangerous. What makes cyber bullying so dangerous? Cyber bullying is dangerous because it has the ability to take the smallest incident and build up so much tension around it that it results in a murder or suicide. Some people may blame the victim for lacking self control and not being able to ignore the situation. Some people may claim it was just a joke and may blame the victim for being too sensitive or insecure.
Children and young people are at risk of bullying when using the internet, mobile phone and other technologies as it provides an anonymous method of bullying by way of text messages and emails which can be emotionally damaging to a child or young person. Racist, anti-social and cult groups use modern technologies to preach and spread what they are and what they stand for, leaving children and young people very venerable to becoming part of their activity which is unhealthy, unsafe and often illegal. Children and young people are very venerable to predators of all natures using the internet and other technologies, by the encouragement of giving out personal information about them and others close to them, which will put not
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Juveniles will produce delinquent behavior because they want attention from peers or seek approval from others their own age. Criminal acts are often considered ‘cool’ and this concept is buried deep in adolescent psyches. Anger or depression. Adolescents that come from broken homes or abusive families are at a higher risk for committing criminal acts. Juveniles will rebel against neglectful or hurtful parents, or commit wrongful acts to earn attention from parents, who otherwise offer a complete lack of parental supervision.
An inadequacy of communication can bring destruction between companies families and even a nation, communication is one of the greatest means of socializing, lines 11-14 from the “10 great things teens learn while playing online” article the foundation of communication for many teens has been linked to chatting online with other, it has notably helped in building social skills for socially isolated young adults. Online surfing or “playing” has significantly helped teens with raising global awareness and has adequately created tolerance in the minds and hearts of young adults , according to “10 great thing teens learn while playing online” lines 32- 36 divulge that the growth of the internet has a profound impact on creating the large world a smaller place by motivating teens to learn about new cultures , geography and global issues as the internet is commonly used as
These stereotypes are what some people class teens into automatically without getting to know them and seeing what their capabilities are. This is very dangerous as if stereotypes are give then the person could see it as an excuse for his or her behavior. In reality a person could just be going through a hard time but in the eyes of others they are showing the characteristics of a particular stereotype. In the media today teens are portrayed in a negative manner for example in a lot of soaps like “Home & Away” there is a bad boy theme at times. This is shown through the introduction of the River Boys gang.
Hate stems from a plethora of emotions. Frustration constructs a desire for violence that can be conveyed as hate. People become dissatisfied with their lives and feel unable to fix their problems so anger is transferred – finding some innocent target that is vulnerable and visible. Psychologists call this scape-goating or displaced aggression (Levin and Rabrenovic 25-26). Eliminating problems may not be easy but blaming the other requires little effort.
This is why they find the need to put down, and hurt others. In the process of bullying others the bully is trying to gain a sense of his/her own self-worth. Now on the other hand, self-esteem also plays a role in the victim. If an individual has low self-esteem they are more likely to become a victim of bullying. For example an individual who displays characteristics such as walking with his/her head down, speaking in a low tone, and avoids eye contact, These are all signs of an individual with low self-esteem.
This is believed by Dr. Manny to be because of the lack of power within the lower 2% of popularity. This article also states that a reason for bullying is to “increase popularity” which is proven through their research. These teens feel the need to “antagonize their peers to raise their status”. Which shows a more common result of bullying “in the teens with high social status, but not the highest”. In the movie, Mean Girls, Cady Heron lacks social skills when moving into the public schooling system.