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Cyberbullying

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Dec 1, 2019
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Cyberbullying is a modern form of harassment that anyone can suffer, but the situation is especially worrying when dealing with minors.This short guide presents answers to some of the most important questions on this subject that any parent with children of school age should bear in mind, such as: What is cyberbullying? How does cyberbullying affect people? Can cyberbullying be prevented? And, above all, what to do if your child is suffering from cyberbullying? Discover all the facts about cyberbullying, based on results from the latest research in the field of psychology on this matter.

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Cyberbullying - Serna Juan Moisés De La

Cyberbullying

Juan Moises de la Serna

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Translated by Conchi Fuentes 

Cyberbullying

Written By Juan Moises de la Serna

Copyright © 2019 Juan Moises de la Serna

All rights reserved

Distributed by Babelcube, Inc.

www.babelcube.com

Translated by Conchi Fuentes

Babelcube Books and Babelcube are trademarks of Babelcube Inc.

Cyberbullying

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By

Juan Moisés de la Serna

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Translated by Conchi fuentes

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to Cyberbullying................................................5

Chapter 2. What is cyberbullying?.............................................................7

Chapter 3. Profile of the victim and the cyberbully...........................11

Chapter 4. Symptoms of Cyberbullying..................................................17

Chapter 5. Consequences of Cyberbullying..........................................19

Chapter 6. What to do when faced with cyberbullying?...................21

Chapter 7. Therapeutic intervention in cyberbullying......................26

Chapter 8. Is it possible to prevent cyberbullying?............................30

Chapter 9. Cyberbullying against teachers...........................................32

Chapter 10. Digital Gender Violence......................................................35

Dedicated to my parents

Acknowledgements

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the people who have collaborated with their contributions in the production of this text, especially Dr. Abel González García, Director of the Department of Criminology, Distance University of Madrid and Dª Pilar Vecina, Director of the Department of Neuropsychology at the Institute of Research and Social Development of Uncommon Diseases.

Chapter 1. Introduction to Cyberbullying

Surely you will have heard in the press how more and more young people are becoming involved in cases of harassment via digital media, mainly because of its extensive usage, but also due to the anonymity provided by the network.

Cyberbullying involves the humiliation, blackmail and even harassment of one or more people over another.  This can come from being different in some way, taller, fatter, supporting a certain soccer team...

If we look at the results offered by Google, on search tendencies for the term cyberbullying, and its different meanings around the world from 2004 to 2017, it can be verified that the country most concerned about it, is the Philippines, followed by Australia and New Zealand; with the United States in seventh position, and Spain occupying position number thirty-six of the forty-five countries that make up the results, and with Turkey occupying the last position.

This does not reflect the number of cyberbullying cases in the country, but the times that this term has been searched, tit may be that a country has few cases of cyberbullying and yet the population may be very sensitive about it, therefore Google will show a high number of related searches.

On the contrary, a population where cyberbullying is institutionalized may have a low awareness of the problem, resulting in very few searches.

It should be noted that among the top ten countries searching for this term, five come from the countries of the so-called first world, such as Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States and Canada.

In addition, over the years there has been a significant global increase in the use of this term. In 2017, there were over 65% more searches carried out than in 2004.

If a cumulative analysis of seasonal search trends in Google is performed, one can see how it is in the fall months of September

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