1-A description of the problem
2-How does it constitute a social problem for society;
3-How widespread is it(a local, national, or global issue
4-The social causes of the problem 5-Solutions to the problems. Requirements:
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These solutions may offer step-by-step problem-solving explanations or good writing examples that include modern styles of formatting and construction of bibliographies out of text citations and references. Students may use these solutions for personal skill-building and practice. Unethical use is strictly forbidden.Cyberbullying is emerging as a serious social and healthcare issue with serious psychosocial and behavioral consequences. Cyber bullying refers to a willful attack or malicious de-characterization, defamation, or harassment of individuals via electronic devices and technologies (Cassidy, Faucher, & Jackson, 2013). The problem is characterized by attacks on the confidence, intimidation, and threatening, or interfering with the freedoms of others. Cyberbullying has been considered as highly motivated by low esteem and low confidence of victims and a quest or desire for power and control among the perpetrators (Cassidy et al., 2013). In some instances, perpetrators of cyberbullying have psychiatric disorders and use cyberbullying to express power and control over others (Faucher, Jackson, & Cassidy, 2014). The ease of attacking another person without exposing identity increases the confidence among perpetrators while strengthening self-perceived invisibility.
How is cyberbullying a social problem for society?
Cyberbullying, although carried out and supported by technology, is a social problem considering its impact on the social and psychological outcomes of victims (Hinduja & Patchin, 2013). First, a majority of perpetrators of this crime, go to extreme lengths to damage the esteem, confidence, and personalities of victims because of the perceived safeguards and protection offered by the virtual environments. These extremities affect the social and psychological health of many victims while interfering with relationships, societal roles, and long-term health and decisions (Cassidy et al., 2013; Faucher et al., 2014). According to one study, adolescents and teens, who are the major targets for cyberbullies resort to alcohol and substance abuse to counter...
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