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Running head: CYBER BULLYING WITH GRADUATE STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY 1 Cyber Bullying with graduate students in University Bishnu Raj Tamang Amberton University RGS6035.21 Dr. Kathryn Tinius
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CYBER BULLYING WITH GRADUATE STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY2 Abstract A literature review of research on the topic of cyber bullying was done. According to the findings, the problem of cyber bullying is increasing day by day because of the over use of the developed technology. After the development of smart phones and social sites, the problem of cyber bullying has increased vigorously because technology gave the platform for misuse as they have weapon in their pocket i.e. smart phones with internet. Cyber bullying is being prevalent in the forms of emails, text messages and many more. Bullies are impersonating the victims. .
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CYBER BULLYING WITH GRADUATE STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY3 Introduction Statement of Purpose The purpose of this study is to determine the experience of cyber bullying among the graduate students of the university. The study will be done in Amberton University. The data for the study will be collected by interviewing the graduate students about their experience with cyber bullying by choosing them with convenience sampling. Significance of Study The study is done by getting the experience of cyber bullying from the graduate students who have experienced, heard or been part of it. The study will be helpful to get the information about different types of cyber bullying, facts about both bully and victim along with the effect of bullying to victim. Literature review The purpose of this literature review is to determine the experience of cyber bullying faced or heard by the graduate students in a university. This review helps to assess the understanding of the prevalence, effects and ways to address cyber bullying among the students. The following key points emerge from the literature review. Prevalence and involvement in cyber bullying The students involved in cyber bullying also have the experience of traditional bullying and the prevalence rate of cyber bullying is usually lower than that of traditional bullying.
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