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Article-1TAI, J. (2017).1 in 4 secondary students 'admits to cyber bullying'.The Straits Times.Retrieved 3 October 2017, from http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/education/1-in-4-secondary-students-admits-to-cyber-bullyingIssue Analysis:According to study report given by The Singapore Children's Society (SCS) and Institute ofMental Health, in 2014, 3000 plus students who aged between 12 to 17 were internet addict andinvolved in Cyber Bullying.(TAI, 2017)Approx. 43.5 % of male students said that they made fun of others who uploaded pictures andjokes about them on social media, compared with 36.3 % in 2013. About 32.4% of femalestudents also said the same in the survey, up from 28.2 % previously.(TAI, 2017)Witha 58 % rating, Singapore secures the second highest position in cyber bullying after China.CABCY works to promote awareness regarding side effects of cyber bullying through researchand some activities like conferences and workshops. CABACY is actively working with otherinternational organizations.(TAI, 2017)Media Release:One out of four students at secondary school level accepted that they bullied their colleagueonline within the previous year, while one out of three students accepted the fact of beingvictimized in the same. 1 in 5 primary school teens also reported in the cases for being “cyberbullied.”(TAI, 2017)
The bullying cases ranged from posting out verbal abuses on social networks to spreadingrumors online. Circulating out victim’s picture online after defacing was also common amongthe cases.With a 58.5% rating, Singapore secures the second highest position in cyber bullyingafter China.These bullying cases have also been linked up in various studies with school leveltruancy and suicidal thoughts. As per few of the volunteer groups working against the cyberbullying, there will be more bullish because such social behavior is being normalized.Ministry of education, Singapore uses Cyber Wellness (CW) which refers to well-being forinternet users.The motive of Cyber Wellness to help students to understand the online behavior and awarenessto protect oneself from cyber bullying and to become a digital learner.Whenever you got knowledge that your child is cyber bullied, offer him/her your supportimmediately and try to tell him that cyber bullying is not right and you love him/her a lot andwill solve this problem together.FAQ:1.If parents come to know that their child has been cyber bullied. How should theyproceed?2.What are the ways through which people are cyber bullied?3.What preparation should one make to stay cyber safe and avoid being cyber bullied?4.What measures should the guardians adopt to prevent their wards from being the victimsof cyber bullying?5.What is the role of cyber intelligence, and civil society to deal with the menace of cyberbullying?
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