Trolling and Online Bullying Explained
What is online bullying? What is trolling? What can you do if you find yourself a victim of online bullies or trolls? This video interview with Marc Zapanta discusses online bullying, banter and trolling and the and also explains the emotions a victim of online bullying may experience.
Some people may think of trolling as a joke, but it can really hurt the person targeted. Cyberbullying is no different to bullying in the real world, except it takes place online. Whatever reasons people give for bullying online, it’s not your fault. It’s not your responsibility to change. This interview suggests helpful ways to deal with hurtful comments and practical ways to prevent people accessing you online.
Basic explanation of the difference between trolling and online bullying. Helpful hints and suggestions to deal with the emotional aspects of online bullying plus practical solutions to prevent online bullying.
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