Cyber bullying : protecting kids and adults from online bullies /

Πρώτος συγγραφέας: McQuade, Samuel C.
Άλλοι συγγραφείς: Colt, James P., Meyer, Nancy B. B.
Μορφή: Βιβλίο
Γλώσσα: English
Άλλες Λεπτομέρειες Έκδοσης: Westport, Conn. :, Praeger Publishers,, 2009.
Πίνακας περιεχομένων:
  • 1. The new reality of bullying and cyber bullying
  • What is cyber bullying?
  • Prominent examples of modern bullying and cyber bullying
  • Common aspects of modern bullying cases
  • Growing up with information technology (IT)
  • Technology-enabled generation shift and the onset of social computing
  • Digital youth culture
  • Harmful aspects of digital youth culture
  • Contemplating the future
  • 2. Characteristics and causes of bullying among individuals and groups
  • Bullies and their victims
  • The ten commonly believed myths about bullying
  • Online deceit and incivility
  • Cultural and media perpetuation
  • Other things that contribute to bullying in society
  • 3. Technological means and methods of cyber bullying
  • Cyber bullying is bullying with technological twists
  • Digital shorthand for communicating online
  • Digital tactics for tormenting others online
  • 4. Cyber bullying research, surveys, and studies
  • Pioneering studies, surveys, and research projects
  • What does all this research mean?
  • 5. Legal issues
  • what can be done about cyber bullying?
  • Constitutional issues related to online communications
  • Case law pertaining to cyber bullying
  • Criminal laws pertaining to cyber bullying
  • Civil laws pertaining to cyber bullying
  • 6. Closing the digital divide for parents
  • You didn't get the memo on cyber safety?
  • Teenage brain research : another reason to get involved
  • The scoop on supervision
  • build trust
  • For parents of a cyber bullying victim
  • For the parents of the cyber bully
  • Prevention through establishing and enforcing rules
  • Educate, better educate, and re-educate (yourself)!
  • The importance of information security and family acceptable use policies
  • Effective supervision and communication
  • Ethics and education through role positive modeling
  • Be on the lookout for warning signs
  • 7. Emerging best practices for schools
  • Adult responses to bullying
  • Teacher attitudes toward bullying
  • Theoretical framework : effectiveness of prevention programs
  • Prevention strategies for schools
  • Incorporating cyber bullying into existing bullying prevention efforts
  • Sample action steps for a cyber bullying public relations campaign
  • Supervising student use of information technology devices in schools
  • Social, emotional, and ethical learning in schools
  • Cyber bullying response and investigation strategies
  • 8. Advice for students and other victims of all ages
  • Adult bullying
  • Online bullying in the workplace
  • Bullying of children who are different
  • General strategies and advice
  • Appreciating diversity and standing up against injustice
  • Concluding thoughts and looking ahead.