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|Material Type:||Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Tamara L Roleff
|Description:||102 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Cyberbullying is a serious problem / Ted Feinberg and Nicole Robey --
The problem of bullying has been exaggerated / Beverly Flaxington, interviewed by Michael F. Shaughnessy --
Bullying is not a right of passage for youth / Michelle Obama and Barack Obama --
Cyberbullying is worse than regular bullying / Rosa Cintron --
Cyberbullying should be a federal crime / Linda Sanchez --
Cyberbullying should not be a federal crime / Louie Gohmert --
Criminalizing cyberbullying would be ineffective / Larry Downes --
Only adults who bully children online should be prosecuted / Berin Szoka --
New laws are not needed to combat cyberbullying / William Creeley --
Education can help prevent cyberbullying / Debbie Wasserman Schultz --
Schools and parents must work together to stop cyberbullying / Emily Bazelon.
|Series Title:||Issues that concern you.|
|Responsibility:||Tamara L. Roleff, book editor.|
Contains eleven articles about cyberbullying, discussing the seriousness of the problem, whether or not it should be a crime, how education can help, and more.
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