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Cyberbullying occurs when harmful words or actions by one or more persons are intentionally and repeatedly directed against another person in the digital world through text message, social media, e-mail, apps, online video games, forums, etc. Today, more children and adolescents are connected to the internet than ever before, which puts them at risk of becoming victims of cyberbullying. Many victims, as well as parents of victims, may not be familiar with the resources that are available to them in the areas in which they live when concerns of cyberbullying arise. Therefore, the goal of this project was to create a pamphlet with information about cyberbullying, including local resources for victims of cyberbullying, to be made available to children, adolescents, and parents in Milton, Vermont.
Family Medicine - Milton
Cyberbullying, Bullying, Children, Adolescents, School, Vermont
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Rohwer, James K., "Cyberbullying: A Resource for School-aged Children, Adolescents, and Parents in Milton, Vermont" (2019). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 430.