Bullying and Journalistic Willful Blindness

I read with great interest an October 29 2013 article written in the Globe and Mail by author Margaret Wente called, “Are bullying laws even helping” which can be located at http://m.theglobeandmail.com/commentary/bullying-laws-arent-helping/article15123341/?service=mobile … . Although I agree with the writer’s premiss that laws will not stop bullying, they are a needed consequence in those cases where bullying,

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For My Critics,“Context” Is Everything

We have now presented to over 112 Jr and Sr High schools throughout British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Washington State in the past 24 months, reaching over 104 thousand teens, 39 of whom we have saved/helped given that they were considering suicide or self harm as an option, because they were being targeted for digital peer

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Cyberbullying and Digital Peer Aggression

What Is Cyberbullying/Digital Peer Aggression:   Cyberbullying is a form of on-line peer aggression that is delivered in a high tech way to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior by an individual or group that is intended to harm others emotionally, psychologically, and even physically.   Although traditional bullying has really only affected our youth

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Digital Dating Abuse

Most of us have heard about cyberbullying, but what about “Digital Dating Abuse”. The difference between cyberbullying and digital dating abuse; cyberbullying usually involves at least two people who don’t like one another, while digital dating abuse usually involves two people who usually like one another and are attracted or dating one another. Although different,

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