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Young Americans say online bullying a problem - 13abc Action News

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Young Americans say online bullying a problem
13abc Action News
Roughly three-quarters of 15- to 26-year-olds say that online bullying and abuse is a serious problem for their peers. Seven percent of young people say they have already been a victim of cyberbullying, with young women (11 percent) more likely to say ...
Poll: Young Americans say online bullying a serious problemhays Post

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Monica Lewinsky is still fighting the world's bullies with help from celebrity pals - USA TODAY

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Monica Lewinsky is still fighting the world's bullies with help from celebrity pals
USA TODAY
Monica Lewinsky is launching another phase of her anti-bullying effort, making the former White House intern bullied during the Bill Clinton impeachment morass the most visible leader of efforts to reduce toxic online name-calling. Lewinsky, 45 ...
Monica Lewinsky Has a New Name This MonthVanity Fair

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Poll: Young Americans say online bullying is serious problem - Sumter Item

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Poll: Young Americans say online bullying is serious problem
Sumter Item
Roughly three-quarters of 15- to 26-year-olds say that online bullying and abuse is a serious problem for their peers. Seven percent of young people say they have already been a victim of cyberbullying, with young women (11 percent) more likely to say ...
Poll: Online bullying a serious problem - The Lima NewsLima Ohio

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Kids with phones are more likely to be bullies – or get bullied – or both - Kidspot

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Kidspot

Kids with phones are more likely to be bullies – or get bullied – or both
Kidspot
By checking your child's phone, you may detect messages or posts that can suggest involvement in bullying or cyberbullying. A 2012 MacAfee study found that half of kids changed their online behaviour if they believed their parents were checking.
Kids with cellphones more likely to be bullies – or get bulliedUrbanFaith

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How A 15-Year-Old Internet Celebrity From Wethersfield Keeps Bullies At Bay - Hartford Courant

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Hartford Courant

How A 15-Year-Old Internet Celebrity From Wethersfield Keeps Bullies At Bay
Hartford Courant
Teens and young adults say cyberbullying is a serious problem for people their age, but most don't think they'll be the ones targeted for digital abuse. That's according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research ...
Poll: Young Americans say online bullying a serious problemKSNB Local 4

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Poll: Young Americans Say Online Bullying a Serious Problem - Snopes.com

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Poll: Young Americans Say Online Bullying a Serious Problem
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Roughly three-quarters of 15- to 26-year-olds say that online bullying and abuse is a serious problem for their peers. Seven percent of young people say they have already been a victim of cyberbullying, with young women (11 percent) more likely to say ...
How A 15-Year-Old Internet Celebrity From Wethersfield Keeps Bullies At BayHartford Courant

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Online bullying a problem, most don't think they'll be targeted: poll - Chicago Sun-Times

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Chicago Sun-Times

Online bullying a problem, most don't think they'll be targeted: poll
Chicago Sun-Times
Roughly three-quarters of 15- to 26-year-olds say that online bullying and abuse is a serious problem for their peers. Seven percent of young people say they have already been a victim of cyberbullying, with young women (11 percent) more likely to say ...

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Kids with cellphones more likely to be bullies – or get bullied. Here are 6 tips for parents - San Francisco Chronicle

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Kids with cellphones more likely to be bullies – or get bullied. Here are 6 tips for parents
San Francisco Chronicle
For example, in my field work at the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, I've learned that teenagers are wary of emotions escalating quickly online, realizing that such emotions can lead to fights and bullying. However, younger ... Kids can ...

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