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April 01, 2007


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I'd like to add my voice in support of your's as well, Bryan.

Cyberbullying is especially hard to keep from happening when compared to the usual school ground variety, but that doesn't mean parents and students alike should stand idly by.

If there's one thing I can't stand it's people not being nice to each other. Sure, there will be arguments and disagreements, but we're all in this together, so we have a responsibility to make it a place worth being together in.


Not just American schools either - I ran across an article today about Australian teenagers raping other teens. Though it's not clear that the victim went to school with the perpetrators, the perpetrators did all go to school together. And it looks like cell phone video cameras may have been a contributing factor:


Ceredwyn Alexander

Greetings, Ken. Isn't bullying something very different from a disagreement gone nasty? That sounds more like a fight. I don't mean to split hairs, but to try to think through power strategies and differentials.

Good, sad catch, Ladi. If the amount of media producers expands, this sort of thing is bound to happen.

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