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Don’t Stay Oblivious To Cyberbullying

Don't Stay Oblivious To Cyberbullying

Don’t Stay Oblivious to Cyberbullying! That should be a moral imperative for each of us in order to raise awareness and start a dialogue with those who are silent victims of cyberbullying. There are neither rules nor best practices to learn and follow when it comes to cyberbullying. […]

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Cyberbullying and Bullying: Why They Make Life Unliveable

Cyberbullying and Bullying: Why They Make Life Unliveable

Anonymity, pervasivity and difficulty of traceability make cyberbullying more threatful than traditional bullying. Even if anonymity is true only in appearance, since digital footprints cannot be removed, all the above mentioned characteristics are the reasons why bullies persist on their bullying behaviours and don’t stop. Basically they […]

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Focus: Bullying in Italy

Focus: Bullying in Italy

Bullying has become an alarming threat even in Italy. No specific law has been issued in Italy at the moment but the already existing laws (Constitution of The Italian Republic, part one Rights and Duties of the Citizens, The Civil Code, The Penal Code) represent an almost […]

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The Opposite of Bullying is Empathy

The Opposite of Bullying is Empathy

The opposite of bullying is empathy. Bullying is the mirror of the bad health of our society, communities and definitely schools. The growing isolation and egoism of humans has led to a total lack of interest in one another and ever-greater alienation. Indeed, alienation is the consequence […]

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Social Acceptance May Trigger Bullying

Social Acceptance May Trigger Bullying

Social acceptance may represent both a cause and an effect of bullying as well as one the most common psychological factors in group dynamics. High social acceptance is common among leaders and doers as well as in followers. High social acceptance is the key to enter a group, to live in a […]

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Why Bullying Victims Portrait Is Always the Same

Why Bullying Victims Portrait Is Always the Same

When it comes to bullying victims, it becomes obvious that the portrait of bullying victims is always the same. Bullying is everywhere and it also hurts anyone. The same are the mechanisms of persecution; the same the effects on the victim. And their silence strengthens the abuse. Vulnerability, […]

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Online Bullying Threats and Facts

Online Bullying Threats and Facts

October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. According to the last annual study of the internet security firm McAfee, examining the online behavior and social networking habits of U.S. preteens and teens, titled “2014 Teens and the Screen study: Exploring Online Privacy, Social Networking, and Cyberbullying”, online […]

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Why Relaunching Families Means Fighting Bullying From Within

Why Relaunching Families Means Fighting Bullying From Within

In fighting bullying, family is the key resource. Families have a central role and a significant weight in preventing bullying or cyberbullying events and victimization. But to understand that point, it is necessary to re-discover the profound and intrinsic value family has. Family is the heart of human […]

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School Bullying: Victims at The Centre of A Persecution

School Bullying: Victims at The Centre of A Persecution

Bullying remains one of the few endemic abuses which society appears to tolerate. What adults seem to tolerate as a childhood rite of passage it’s a harmful persecution which reveals itself within an environment – the school – whose safety is taken for granted, through different types of aggression. Bullying […]

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