Feinberg, Ted; Robey, Nicole
March 2009
Education Digest;Mar2009, Vol. 74 Issue 7, p26
The article discusses cyberbullying, specifically focusing on the legal and psychological ramifications of the action. Cyberbullying involves the transmission of harmful or cruel text or images using the Internet or other digital communication devices, such as cell phones. It often involves stalking, threats, harassment, impersonation, and humiliation. The author reveals that cyberbullies and their victims are just as likely to be female as male, though they are often older adolescents. The consequences of cyberbullying are detailed.


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