Effects of Cyber Bullying on Teenagers; a short review of Literature
Mir Ali Raza Talpur, Tabinda Touseef, Syed Daniyal Ahmed Jilanee, Muhammad Mubashir Shabu, Ali Khan*
Journal Title:Journal of Neurology, Psychiatry and Brain Research
Among the numerous advantages of the internet, there is an unintended outcome of the internet’s extensive reach: the growing rate of harmful offences against children and teens. Cyber-bullying victimization has recently received a fair amount of attention due to some heart-breaking events orbiting in schools and even at homes. Although research has already demonstrated a number of serious consequences of cyber-victimization, many questions remain unanswered concerning the impact of cyber-bullying. This study gathers literature from 18 studies pieces together only the factors that kick-start cyber-bullying perpetration and victimization but also the effects of bullying on the victims as well as the bullies.