How Colleges Can Refine Their Student Social Media Policies To Curb Harassment
from Campus Safety Magazine
According to the National Stalking Resource Center, the highest rate of stalking victimization occurs among people in their early 20s and often involves students using social media as the primary tool to track and harass others. Research on harassment's serious impact on students’ mental health and education, especially students living far from family support networks, has highlighted the need to curb this conduct early rather than wait for direct threats or physical assaults.
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