Cyberbullying survey finds lines blur between bullies, victims
from CBC News
The relationship between online bullies and victims in school is not always clear cut, making zero-tolerance policies on cyberbullying potentially more harmful than helpful, according to one of the authors of a new national survey of more than 5,400 students. Close to 40 percent of students who admitted to saying or doing something mean or cruel online say they themselves were the target of cyberbullying, according to a study published by media literacy advocacy group MediaSmarts.
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