Cyber-bullying is a serious issue. Many school administrators are scrambling to find ways to mitigate the problem. But it is not just a problem in the United States. This form of bullying is pervasive across the world as well.
The problem is that the characteristics of online bullying are not clear. What constitutes this phenomenon is elusive to most. All the same, there exist little or no universal understandings as to the nature of online bullying.
Definitions about traditional or face-to-face bullying vary greatly. What constitutes cyber-bullying is equally unsettled. For many of the people involved in making decisions on issues pertaining to online incidents, particularly incidents that transpired off-campus, the legal consequences could be very costly.
These series of post will examine aspects of online bullying. The goal is to shed some lights on this issue. Click on the link below to learn more about this issue.