Health Education Alert: Overcoming Cyberbullying

Brubaker, Eric
April 2012
Virginia Journal;Spring2012, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p11
The article offers information on cyberbullying in the U.S. A significant increase of cyberbullying has been reported in schools all over the U.S. It defines cyberbullying as an instance when an individual picks on another person through e-mail or text messages or when someone posts a comment online about another person that they do not like. Statistics on influences and results of cyberbullying are reported. Several strategies to reduce cyberbullying attacks are suggested.


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