Tag: cyberbullying

Cyberslammed: A useful new resource for adults and young people alike

Cyberbullying is a complex and complicated issue. It is vital, therefore, that any work in this field is grounded in research and avoids the myths and scare tactics that we know tend to alienate young people who then believe that adults really do not get it. While the jury is still out on just how pervasive …

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Face 2 Face: A book by young people to help young people handle online/offline bullying and peer abuse

Heres a new resource we really like.  Face 2 Face: A book created by young people (Caroline Ster, author, and Emily Jones, illustrator) to help other young people learn how to handle bullying, cyberbullying, and peer abuse in a proactive, positive manner.  With expert adult guidance (including Alison Trachtman Hill, MPA, and Lynn Dubenko, Ph.D.) and contributions, these two young …

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Experts on Cyberbullying: Shaheen Shariff, Ph.D.

Expert on Cyberbullying:  Shaheen Shariff is Associate Professor at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and an international expert in cyberbullying. Why we think Shariff is a cyberbullying expert to follow: Her Ph.D. involved legal standards relating to bullying in schools. She has written and edited numerous works on bullying, cyberbullying and digital safety for youth …

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