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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Louise I Gerdes
|ISBN:||9780737755626 0737755628 9780737755633 0737755636|
|Description:||110 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Cyberbullying is a serious, widespread problem --
Traditional forms of bullying remain a more prevalent and serious problem --
Cyberbullying has a broader impact than traditional bullying --
A lack of compassion has led to an epidemic of cyberbullying --
Increased access to electronic media fosters cyberbullying --
Cyberbullies and victims have mental and emotional health problems --
Cyberbullying may exacerbate problems that can lead to suicide --
Parents must be more involved to address cyberbullying --
Physicians should screen for cyberbully victimization --
Federal law requires schools to protect children from cyberbullying --
Schools have the right to punish cyberbullies --
College campus cyberbullying laws threaten free speech --
Definitions in laws to prevent cyberbullying are too broad --
Requiring Internet companies to police cyberbullying is unrealistic.
|Series Title:||At issue., Social issues.|
|Responsibility:||Louise I. Gerdes, book editor.|
Presents a collection of essays looking at the issue of cyberbullying, including its ramifications, the parents' role, and whether or not laws against it threaten free speech.
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