Bullying on Social Networks Teenage Bullying Problem - Insider Media Group
Gregory Alan Bolcer stashed this in Watching Social
Amazing stat of the day: According to the survey, 92.6% of teens said that the social network of Mark Zuckerberg became ground for bullies.
having non-real profiles is not such a bad idea
I think it's pretty impossible to maintain a non-real profile the way these teens use it. Even if the name was non-real, the social friendships are the same, the picture content is, and there's always all the gossipy ways people find out. Teens go to these networks to serve a social need in their offline circles and to share experiences with people they know offline, not for meeting new general people on the services.
I find a percentage of young teens have not learnt the word "respect" thanks for posting this article.
and I wonder how many schools really address these issues globally?