[MEDIA] Cyberbullying: Protecting Your Child for @YCWmag

I've just written a short piece for Premier Media's Youth and Children's Work Magazine on cyberbullying, in the light of some recent reports: Ditch the Label has published research looking at children and young people’s experiences of being subjected to, witnessing and perpetrating bullying in online gaming environments https://www.ditchthelabel.org/research-papers/ingame-abuse Internet Matters has published findings from a survey of parents looking at their concerns about how children can experience cyberbullying differently based on gender and online…

[STORIFY] #LTHEChat Managing Negative Use of Social Media and Cyberbullying

This evening I 'led' a discussion on some of the complex issues surrounding negative behaviour online, including cyberbullying for Learning & Teaching in Higher Education Chat (#LTHEChat). Here's a visualisation of the tweeters involved in the conversation: Tweets collected here: [View the story "LTHEchat 52: Managing negative use of social media and cyberbullying, Dr Bex Lewis" on Storify]

Online: #LTHEChat: Managing Negative Use of Social Media and Cyberbullying

Guesting on this weekly online chat: an hour with 6 questions to stimulate conversation. We would consider questions related to the negative use of social media, and how to manage bullying on social media. This will draw upon thinking from regular participants, triggered by some material from my book Raising Children in a Digital Age, my experience in HE, and you'll see I've spoken on this kind of topic before.

[MEDIA] The One Show #Cyberbullying #SID2015

So, earlier this evening, I was live on The One Show, talking about cyberbullying, from my book Raising Children in a Digital Age, and ready for a new cyberbullying report coming out from the BBC tomorrow, as well as Safer Internet Day 2015. All a bit of a whirlwind. If you want a vague idea of what happens - was collected, given a room (with wi-fi), in which I'd planned to work on a report, but…

Facebook Bullying Initiative #DigitalParenting

Facebook describes bullying as Bullying is any kind of repeated aggressive behaviour that involves an imbalance of power such as social status or physical size. Along with physical or verbal attacks, bullying also includes making threats, spreading rumours or deliberately excluding someone from a group. and is providing advice for teens, parents/guardians, and teachers, including advice on how to deal with bullying, how to report bullying, and how to block/remove 'friends'. Read more about it…
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