For this week’s challenge, there are several steps. Step 1: Firstly, read this a

For this week’s challenge, there are several steps.
Step 1: Firstly, read this article: https://cyberbullying.org/bullying-is-not-just-a-kid-problem (Links to an external site.)
Step 2: Then review these two documents:
https://cyberbullying.org/preventing-cyberbullying-adults (Links to an external site.)
https://cyberbullying.org/response_cyberbullying_adults (Links to an external site.)
Step 3: Discuss the following:
Have you or has someone you know ever been the victim of cyberbullying? You can choose to describe an example from something you heard about/read about in the news (i.e. a celebrity, etc.). If you go this route, please provide a link to the story so that we can have the background information.
Why do you think cyberbullying so powerful? Or not? Please “back up” your answers – Make your argument.
Do you believe cyberbullying can, and should, be stopped? If yes, how? If no, why? Explain.
What are your thoughts on the “preventing” and “response” tips provided? Do these seem plausible to follow? Why or why not?
Please feel free to also add articles, examples, videos, etc. about the topic that you find compelling. You may provide links at the end of your response. (optional)
Responses (as always) should be:
1.5 – 2 pages long, double spaced
Times New Roman font (12 or 11), with 1-inch margins all around
No header is necessary (i.e. name, challenge #, class, etc.) since Canvas records all of this for you
Connect to this week’s materials
Link to other examples (optional)

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