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Bullying and Cyberbullying Statistics: A research paper published by Sameer Hinduja, Ph.D. and Justin W. Patchin, Ph.D. of the Cyberbullying Research Center gives horrific facts that are shocking. They conducted a survey of 2,000 randomly selected middle school students from a large school district in the United States to assess the history of cyberbullying and gather more cyberbullying information.Their analysis of the survey results showed these cyberbullying facts: One in five of these students (20%) had seriously thought about suicide and almost all of those who thought of suicide (19%), also attempted it. Students who were the bullies (offenders) had similar suicidal tendencies as those students that were the bullying victims. When comparing the rates between traditional bullying and cyberbullying the statistics were similar. Compared to students with no experience of bullying or being a bully, traditional bullies were 2.1 times more likely to have attempted suicide and their victims were 1.7 times more likely to have attempted suicide. For cyberbullying, the rates for bullies were 1.5 times more likely to have attempted suicide and their victims were 1.9 times more likely to have attempted suicide. The most common form of cyberbullying attack was posting something online to make fun of another person. Of the surveyed teens, 23.1% admitted doing this. The most common form of cyberbullying victimization was receiving a hurtful email from someone they know. Of the surveyed teens, 18.3% complained about receiving such emails. Read more of this article on bullying statistics here: https://nobullying.com/bullying-statistics-everyone-should-know-of/ and here https://nobullying.com/cyberbullying-statistics-2/ Connect with NoBullying.com today - Our website - https://nobullying.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/nobullyingdo... Twitter - https://twitter.com/nobullying14 Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/nobullying/ Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/1053235... Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/nobu... Also check out some of NoBullying.com's most popular articles: https://nobullying.com/apps-to-hide-t... https://nobullying.com/disney-trivia https://nobullying.com/cyber-bullying... https://nobullying.com/common-causes-... https://nobullying.com/bullying-suici... https://nobullying.com/trivia-questio... https://nobullying.com/the-effects-of... https://nobullying.com/how-to-tell-if... https://nobullying.com/what-are-the-c... https://nobullying.com/stories-of-7-t... https://nobullying.com/are-you-bullie... About NoBullying: Nobullying.com is an online forum aimed at educating, advising, counselling and all importantly, helping to stop bullying, in particular, cyber bullying.This website started as a social responsibility project for us, but through the support of a community of parents, educators and teenagers – it has grown into one of the biggest anti bullying and online safety websites in the world. We owe a great deal of thanks to everyone who has contributed to the website, from donating their time, donating written articles to help others to even sharing the website on social media for others to find. Every kind action, big or small – has enabled us to help others. If you want to know more on the website statistics or who we are – check out the bottom of this article. We hope you too will also press the “share” button on the page – to share the website with your friends on social media – who may be facing a problem with bullying today.We at Nobullying.com work closely with and are delighted to gain the insight of many professionals including psychologists, teachers and other experts, we really cherish the input and experiences of parents and children of all ages, on this topic. Read More: https://nobullying.com/about/
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