Cyberslammed by Kay Stephens
Understand, Prevent, Combat and Transform The Most Common Cyberbullying Tactics

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A useful resource that deserves to be read by anyone in regular contact with a tween or teenager.


Sponsored by Time Warner Cable, Cyberslammed: Understand, Prevent, Combat, And Transform The Most Common Cyberbullying Tactics is a first-of-its-kind hybrid workbook that can be used in classrooms as a teaching tool as well as at home as a resource. Each chapter is jam-packed with tactical advice to help parents, educators and students in 5th-12th grade quickly analyze the underlying conflict and work toward its solution with the least harm done. With this book, you get a logical, 360-degree approach that examines six forms of cyberbullying through modern digital technologies and social media including a: ▪ Digital Pile On - (Ganging up on someone on chat forums or Instant Messaging); ▪ Rating Website - (Using Internet polls to get bystanders to vote for their "ugliest," "fattest," "dumbest" peers); ▪ Imposter Profile - (Creating a website or social networking profile to deceive others to assume it is genuinely owned and maintained by the target); ▪ Haters' Club - (Spreading mob mentality on websites or social networking sites to persecute an individual); ▪ Sexting - (Taking or sending an explicit photo of oneself and forwarding it to friends or potential partners); ▪ Videojacking - (Videotaping a target without his or her knowledge/approval and uploading the video to a popular video-sharing website). Crafted with advice from cyberbullying experts, parents, educators, psychologists, attorneys, law enforcement and a martial artist, Cyberslammed provides a comprehensive rundown of the most harmful digital conflicts teens face online today...and the best ways to stop it!

About Kay Stephens

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Stephens spent the first seven years of her working life as a librarian. She is a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association, The Society of Women Writers and Journalists, and the Society of Authors.
Published November 28, 2013 by sMashup Press. 261 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships, Education & Reference.
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Reviewed by Amy Edelman on May 15 2013

A useful resource that deserves to be read by anyone in regular contact with a tween or teenager.

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