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We will be discussing cyberbullying in the context of if school systems have any recourse to combat cyberbullying that occurs off campus without infringing on the first amendment. Students first amendment rights while on school premises are curbed to a degree to foster the learning experience. Off campus students are essentially given the full protections of the 1st amendment. Can or should schools be able to punish students for activity on the internet that occurs off campus and does not violat
Cyberbullying is the act of directing threatening or disparaging information at a target child using Information and Communications Technology. Cyberbullying is harmful, repeated and hostile behavior intended to taunt, embarrass, deprecate & defame a targeted child. Dissimilar to classic bullying, cyberbullying includes Cyberbullying by proxy, which is when a cyberbully encourages or persuades others to engage in deprecating and harassing a target child. www.iPredator.co. As author of the Information Age Forensics construct, iPredator, and internet safety website, www.iPredator.co, Dr. Nuccitelli discusses why some children are prone to cyberbullying and why some cyberbullies grow into adult iPredators.
Bullies have always been a nuisance to other people. Most people endure bullying in their school age years. The creation of the internet has been a great thing. The internet has brought a new form on bullying that is new and very destructive to the person being bullied. Cyberbullying has caused people public shame before the world. Some people are bullied so much that they commit suicide. We want to talk about this issue and bring info on laws that were inacted to protect your from online bullie
The news media talk a lot about "cyberbullying" as a threat to youth. What is cyberbullying, what can be done to prevent it, and how do cyberbullying cases play out in the legal system? Our guest is Eric Drogin, the 2011-2012 Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Science & Technology Law. He has served as Chair of the Behavioral and Neuroscience Law Committee of the Section. This show is another "Year of the Mind" program of the Section of S
In this day and age of Facebook, Twitter, and other social media, it's created a situation where bullying doesn't take place at school anymore. Cyberbullying is on a frightening rise, and we discuss the hows and whys of dealing with this important issue. We are friends who discuss numerous topics. We are not afraid to say our opinions. We are an independent news source. We are discussing topics that will make you say what. Find all of our links at http://www.itsmyurls.com/amcpresslive? Alison is the brains of AMCPress. Frodo is the tech guy. Shirley and Janet love their Toons. Heather is not afraid to tell you how she feels. Byron is the voice of reason. Amanda is our own TMZ. **All Media that is not our own (sound effects, occassional tracks, etc) is protected by Fair Use. No copyright infringement intended**
We will be talking about Haters. We have disturbed by how much girl on girl hate we've seen on the internet this week, so we are dedicating our next show to the subject, most specifically: Cyberbullying. Is it okay for Geek or Gamer girls to hate on other Geek or Gamer girls that they think are "fakers just posing to get guys"? Author vs Blogger Wars... Are bad reviews a good enough reason for an author to post hate blogs that advocate violence against book reviewers
Have you ever been "flamed" by someone who was angered by something you posted on a blog or in a Tweet? Or witnessed a cyber lynch mob go after someone who expressed an unpopular opinion? What about those "trolls" who seem to stalk the Internet, looking for opportunities to lob gratuitous insults at a celebrity? Perhaps you have even thought about closing your social media accounts because the level of vitriol was starting to poison your emotions.
What drives individuals and whole groups of people to act this way? The answers lie in our brains, and neuroscientist Ogi Ogas has undertaken to wrest open that black box. Previously, in his best-selling book, "A Billion Wicked Thoughts," Ogas delved into what men and women really want, based on the intimate desires disclosed by their Internet searches. In his forthcoming book, "A Billion Angry Thoughts," Ogas promises to reveal fascinating insights into how human aggression plays out in cyberspace. Among his conclusions: the design of the female social brain is better suited for the Internet than the male brain. "This is driving the first reversal of power in the history of our species," he says. "Online, women's aggressive instincts are more effective than men's instincts."
THIS WEEK ANGELS.....PARENT/CHILD RELATIONSHIP....CYBER BULLYING & HOW YOU ARE THE EXAMPLE!
Join BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE and Diana Deientiger as we dive into PARENT/CHILD RELATIONSHIPS and how you are the Example!
We will be discussing CYBER BULLYING and how YOUR BEHAVIOR is teaching your childeren more than just WORDS! Think about it, what we SEE is what we model! That's right, What we SEE is what we model! So come discover how YOU can create BEING a positive EXAMPLE for your Childern so that their Generation does NOT have to deal with BULLYING and they can move on and Create and Live who They choose to BE!
Tuesday September 24th right herehttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/buzzardskorner-of-love @ 1PMpac/4PMest
Holli Kenley is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist . She holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling. She has worked in a variety of settings: a women’s shelter, a counseling center and in private practice. Counseling with adolescents, teens, young and older adults, Holli’s areas of training and experience include sexual trauma, abuse, addiction, codependency, domestic violence, betrayal and cyber bullying.
This month's guest, Judge Thomas Jacobs, is the author of "Teen Cyberbullying Investigated." www.askthejudge.info Thomas Jacobs was an Arizona Assistant Attorney General from 1972-1985 where he practiced criminal and child welfare law. He was appointed to the Maricopa County Superior Court in 1985 where he served as a juge pro tem and commissioner in the juvenile and family courts until his retirement in 2008. He also taught juvenile law for ten years as an adjunct professor
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