Cyberbullying has been defined as "any behavior performed through electronic or digital media by individuals or groups that repeatedly communicates hostile or aggressive messages intended to inflict harm or discomfort on others" (Tokunaga, 2010). The double-edged nature of modern technology, continuously balancing between risks and opportunities, manifests itself clearly in an emerging societal problem known as cyberbullying (Walrave & Heirman, 2011). More than 97% of youths in the United States are connected to the Internet in some way (Tokunaga, 2010). The number of children and teens who use the Internet at home is rapidly growing, with now over 66% of fourth to ninth ...

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perpetrators, and "witnesses". As noted at the outset, the complexity of the problem requires comprehensive, multifaceted, and integrated approaches to address it. This includes the combined efforts of social media providers and other internet sites, families, schools, and community networks. Schools must move from just reacting to specific incidents to focusing on how to embed the matter into the curriculum and as part of a unified system to address barriers to learning and teaching.
A cyber-bully is generally more of a product of his environment in which he too is abused in many ways, verbally or physically or he might even be cyber-bullied. Perhaps however, they are simple bored or completely rotten to make everyone else's life messy. Many times cyber-bullies work in groups because in that way they feel stronger but they inwardly, sometimes, do not enjoy their actions. Their main problem is that they cannot move away from their team because they feel unsafe and they ...

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