By Lucy R. Betts
Drawing on study proof and media assurance, this ebook explores a few key debates surrounding cyberbullying. The expanding digitization of society gives many advantages; despite the fact that, a few of these merits are offset by way of extra hostile effects. Cyberbullying represents one of many hostile results of know-how use, which has develop into an issue of accelerating societal main issue. Betts adopts a serious stance to exploring concerns round the definition of cyberbullying, the original nature of cyberbullying in comparison to different kinds of bullying, the adaptation within the stated occurrence charges of cyberbullying, the results of involvement in cyberbullying, and the stairs that may be taken to take on cyberbullying.
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Another distinct characteristic of the digital environment, compared to the face-to-face world, is the removal of geographical constraints. Specifically, digital technology has made it possible for perpetrators of cyberbullying to target a large number of people with relative ease that are not confined or constrained by geographical limitations (Surgarman & Willoughby, 2013). In other words, digital technology means that cyberbullying can occur without the target and perpetrator being in the same physical environment.
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