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Research on Cyberbullying Practices

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Research on Cyberbullying Practices

   Added on 2020-02-19

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[1]How Research is ConductedBy[Student’s name]CourseInstitutionDate
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[2]Purpose and ScopeIntroductionA research is an orderly exploration into and study of tackles and foundations to inaugurate facts which help in coming up with certain conclusions. Cyberbullying is described as using know-hows of information and statement to cause deliberate, hostile and recurrent conduct by a group or an individual, with the aim to cause trouble or of harm other people. Cyberbullying is concerned with bothering, threatening or harassing someone through the use of the electronic media and tools such as Facebook, Twitter, and Gmail among others (BETTS 2016, p. 89). This research features threatening which among other cyberbullying practices includes the writer sounding like he or she is emotionally disturbed and may end up harming someone else or committing suicide. Purpose of the Review A topic needs to be thoroughly researched and identifying the gaps that have not been filled by the previous researchers. This gives way into designing experiments, performing them, gatheringinformation and then submitting them for publication. Conclusion In order to come up with a good research about how cyber bullying is conducted and the effects, it has on the victims certain basic steps are necessary. Several steps needs to get followed in order to identify a problem and come up with control and corrective actions to solve the cyber bullying problems.
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[3]DiscussionDescription of MethodsIn most countries, cyber bullying is treated as serious offense as it causes a victim to feel overly self-conscious and scanty and in some cases, the chances of committing suicide become very high, and it targets mostly the teenagers. The Pew Internet conducted a cyberbullying study in 2010 which found out that two out of five youths have experienced online harassment. It also found out that some forms of cyber bullying included publicizing one’s information through the use of text messages, e-mails and pictures and also sexual harassment (Ferris 2016, 90). This necessitated a research to be carried out on the cyber bullying and how it can be sorted out to save the victims and the internet users at large. For the studies of cyber bullying to be effective there is a need to identify the main elements in cyberbullying to obtain a uniform progress in the studies. Various methodologies were used which included online surveys, logical search, and analysis of secondary data. The methods were designed to capitalize on the experiences of the relevant groups and maximise the victims reach and engagement. One of the methods used to obtain information includes the survey methodology which involves the sampling of individuals from a given population and the data collection techniques. The benefit of using sampling is that this would enhance time-saving and reduce any costs associated with doing the research. The research will sample 700 Japan based youths who use social media platforms.A sample of 700 youths from the Japan was used to participate in an online survey by respondingto some questionnaires. According to Boyd (2014, p. 54).A focus group of 12 years to 20 years old youngsters was used to carry out the research about their use of communication technology and experiences on cyber bullying since most of them have access to the internet. The
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