Cyberbullying in social media within educational institutions : featuring student, employee, and parent information (書籍, 2014) [Alabama State University Library]
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Cyberbullying in social media within educational institutions : featuring student, employee, and parent information

Cyberbullying in social media within educational institutions : featuring student, employee, and parent information

著者: Merle Horowitz; Dorothy M Bollinger; American Association of School Administrators,
出版社: Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2014] ©2014
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Cyberbullying involves children, parents, and school personnel. It hurts the victim educationally, emotionally, mentally, physically, socially, and in some cases fatally. Sometimes the results of cyberbullying are intentional, other times the results are unintended. This book presents the collaborative efforts and perspectives of a current school district superintendent who has researched and worked day-to-day with  続きを読む
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ドキュメントの種類 書籍
すべての著者/寄与者: Merle Horowitz; Dorothy M Bollinger; American Association of School Administrators,
ISBN: 9781475800098 1475800096 9781475825824 147582582X 1475800118 9781475800111
OCLC No.: 880418864
メモ: "Published in partnership with the American Association of School Administrators."
受賞歴: Winner of Choice Outstanding Academic Title.
物理形態: xv, 195 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
コンテンツ: Foreword / Lynn M. Cromley --
1. Cyberbullying in social media: Students : Educational aspects : Educators defining cyberbullying and social media ; Examining the behaviors of cyberbullies against their victims ; The emotional responses of victims to cyberbullying ; The peculiarity of cyberbullying in social media ; The impact of cyberbullying in social media on educational institutions : School districts: kindergarten through twelfth grade ; Students' mental and physical health ; Students' privacy ; Higher education --
Legal aspects : Cyberbullying and social media defined : Cyberbullying : State statutes, regulations, and policies ; Social media : Louisiana; Indiana; Nebraska; Definitions and types of social media ; Cyberbullying in social media: it really, really hurts : Nafeesa Onque; Jamey Rodemeyer; Phoebe Prince; Amanda Todd ; Examination of cyberbullying in social media criminal statutes and proposed federal civil legislation ; Examination of adjudicated state and federal cyberbullying in social media cases : First Amendment: school district speech cases : Material and substantial disruption standards ; Forecast of substantial disruption standard ; Other standards : True threat standard; Fraser standard; Hazelwood standard; Morse standard ; First Amendment: higher-education speech cases ; Qualified immunity ; Defamation cases ; Harassment cases, statutes, and regulations : Title IX; Sexting cases and statutes; Title VI; Civil rights and other statues, educational institutions' policies; Substantive due process; Equal protection; The United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (OCR) Dear Colleague Letter ; Invasion of privacy cases ; Examination of cyberbullying in social media cases filed, but not adjudicated --
2. Cyberbullying in social media: employees : Educational aspects : Cyberbullying : Email usage: friend or foe ; Social media : Disciplinary actions; privacy issues; use in higher education --
Legal aspects : Students allegedly cyberbullying educators and educators allegedly cyberbullying students : Statues: students cyberbullying educators : Arkansas; California; Colorado; Florida; Hawaii; Mississippi; North Carolina; Oklahoma; Utah ; Cases: students allegedly cyberbullying educators : Cases where the employees and educational entities were successful; Cases where the students were successful; Cases filed, but not adjudicated ; Cases: educators allegedly cyberbullying students : Case where employee was disciplined, but not terminated; Case where the employee was terminated; Case filed, but not adjudicated --
3. Cyberbullying in social media: parents : Educational aspects : Cyberbullying : U.S. concerns; International concerns ; Social media : Health benefits and concerns; Public health approach ; Responses to parent cyberbullying or harassment --
Legal aspects : Civil and criminal statutes and regulations : Parent-student as victims versus educational institutions; Educational institution victim versus parent(s) and/or student(s) ; Contract terms : Parent/student victim, parent of another student, and social media website; Parent/student victim, other students, and social media website ; Court decisions involving parents and educational institutions : Civil rights cases : Parent/student victims versus educational institutions; Parent/student victims and employee victim ; Social media privacy case --
Conclusion --
Appendix A. Table of state bullying and cyberbullying laws --
Appendix B. Cyberbullying in social media cases.
その他のタイトル: Featuring student, employee, and parent information
責任者: Merle Horowitz and Dorothy M. Bollinger.

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This book presents the information from the collaborative efforts and perspectives of a current school district superintendent who has researched and worked day-to-day with the issues, and an  続きを読む
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With the proliferation of social media and its integration into the daily lives of children and adolescents, cyberbullying has become a critical issue in basic school safety. Horowitz (a school 続きを読む

 
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