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Traditional Bullying vs Cyberbullying

Understanding Cyberbullying
Understanding Cyberbullying

Traditional Bullying vs Cyberbullying

Although traditional bullying and cyberbullying share similar characteristics, there are features unique to cyberbullying as well.

Traditional Bullying
  • ‘Face-to-face’, largely confined to school and school days
  • Home can be a safe haven
  • The targeted fears retribution
  • The aggressor can be identified

  • Limited to bystanders in proximity
  • The aggressor and bystander can see the reaction(s) of the targeted
Cyber Bullying
  • Online, anywhere, 24 hours each day, 365 days per year
  • No escape as long as the targeted is connected
  • The targeted fears loss of technology privileges
  • The aggressor can hide behind veil of anonymity
  • Limitless audiences – can go viral
  • Reaction(s) of the targeted cannot be seen – harder to empathize with one who was bullied

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