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New Study Reveals Just How Bad Cyber Bullying Has Got

Phoebe Parke
| Social Media Editor | 2 hours ago

More Than Half Of Teens Are Victims Of Cyber Bullying, And Self Harm Among Teen Girls Is Up 68%

The Debrief: It’s not good…

A new report has revealed the true extent of online bullying as well as the impact it is having on young women. It shows that 53% of teenagers have had their photograph posted online to embarrass them, and nearly one in five teens have been threatened online. 

The research by the University of Buckingham and

Read more at: http://www.thedebrief.co.uk/news/real-life/manchester-study-cyber-bullying-teens-self-harm-20171068539

Half of teenagers have been victims of cyber-bullying – and parents are ignorant about what their children are …

  • Survey of teens found 53% had had a picture posted online to embarrass them
  • Parents remain ignorant about their childrens’ online behaviour and experiences
  • Findings reported by Sir John Cass’s Foundation and University of Buckingham psychologist Dr Masa Popovac

Daily Mail Reporter

Revealed: how nearly half of teenagers fall victim to cyber-bullying

Almost half of teenagers have been victims of cyber-bullying and their parents are worryingly ignorant about their internet use.

Research by the University of Buckingham and Sir John Cass’s Foundation reveals adults significantly underestimate the extent to which their children are bullied, or act as bullies, online.

Their report, Beyond The School Gates, shows that 53 per cent of teenagers reported that their photograph had been posted online to embarrass them, but only 22.1 per cent of parents thought this had happened to their child.

More than 300 teenagers aged between 13 to 18, and 130 parents, had detailed interviews for the research.

Dr Masa Popovac, senior psychologist at the university, said: “This shows a wide discrepancy between teenagers’ online behaviours and experiences and parental awareness.”

Two women tell of cyber bullying hell

 

Annabel Swatton, 16, was bullied at school before her abusers took their harassment online.

They set up a fake profile

Read more at: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/revealed-how-nearly-half-of-teenagers-fall-victim-to-cyberbullying-a3663011.html

Suffolk parents urged to teach their children about effects of cyber bullying

PUBLISHED: 08:00 19 October 2017

Parents are being encouraged to help educate their children on cyber bullying and the importance of staying safe online. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/iSTOCKPHOTO

Parents are being encouraged to help educate their children on cyber bullying and the importance of staying safe online. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/iSTOCKPHOTO

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Read more at: http://www.eadt.co.uk/news/suffolk-parents-urged-to-teach-their-children-about-effects-of-cyber-bullying-1-5242676

Cyber bullying is not acceptable

A SENIOR police officer in York has urged residents to be on the look out for signs of cyber bullying.

Superintendent Adam Thomson, neighbourhood policing commander for York and Selby, said the rise in online bullying was “inevitable”, and abused by “nasty and twisted people of all ages”.

Supt Thomson said the potential damage caused by old fashioned poison pen letters had grown infinitely with the rise of Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and other platforms, and physical or verbal bullying at school was no longer confined to the playground.

He said: “In short, cyber bullying can happen to any of us. It is very hurtful and distressing and must be taken seriously by all concerned. Some forms of cyber bullying are criminal offences, such as harassment or threats. These should be reported directly to the police on 101 and the offender will be dealt with accordingly.

Read more at: http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/NEWS/15604422.Cyber_bullying_is_not_acceptable/