The most common reasons for this were described as girlfriend/boyfriend breakups, rejection and jealousy. Principals are becoming responsible for cyber bullying within the school environment.
In contrast with Nuccitelli this article provides statistical data and is published National Association of Secondary School Principals. NASSP Bulletin which is much more likely to be read by those who need to be aware of the problem.
Nuccitelli, M. (2012). Cyber bullying tactics: An introduction. Forensic Examiner, 21(2), 20-21. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1033212281?accountid=3783
Children are negatively impacted by information posted about them online and children are much more susceptible to this type of bullying now. Cyber bullies can now be classified as Ipredators. These predators can be any age and are not necessarily adults.
Ida, M. J. (2009). Cyber-plagiarism: Different method-same song. Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues, 12(1), 89-100. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/216262632?accountid=3783
Unlike cyber bullying cyber cheating is something many may do accidentally, not recognizing the need to provide credit when ideas of others are used. Cyber culture allows online learning environments to be flexible and adults are less susceptible to cyber bullying.
Describes concepts of cyber culture; sharing of information, the revolution of information hackers. Describes different periods of cyber culture and attempts to explain the concept as it grew and became in 2004.
Defining cyber culture and its introduction allows us to better understand how cyber bullying or online cheating and plagiarism has become an ethical problem much like the start of hackers in the 80’s. Solutions will be researched and are being designed and used to avoid both,