This first graph show us a sample answered by different people in the south of the United States, but who are between the ages of 10 to 18 years old. This graph is divided by gender as well as dividing it by the cases in which cyber bullying can happen. After looking to the graph, I can notice that not too many people had answered that they had started the bullying, and there are much more answers about how this people have been bullied in their whole lifetime (Male: 16.6% and Female: 25.1%)
This other and last graph show us how the cyber bullying felt after the damage has already been made.
The most common answers between the females that had answered the sample; are the anger as well as the frustration, both with (56%)
A whole different case is presented between the males, because the majority had answered that they were not bothered at all (53.8%). In my opinion, I do not think it is a weird or common answer between the males because they are always trying to keep everything like it is not a big deal; but in fact I do think that they are trying to pretend to be this tough individuals but on the inside they could be feeling very sad or either depressed.
So, I do think that this statistics presented below does not quite give us the perfect pattern or data. The boys answers might be biased because of what they are trying to show but not what they are really feeling But I do think that girls answers have more chances to be near the results that i was looking for because girls tend to be much more sentimental, and it is not a problem for them to tell how they really feel.
Cyberbullying is when someone is being bullied or harrased through the internet, social media or digital technologies such as mobile phones. It is also known that this does not describe one time encounter but it means that it is a constant one way communication between the bully and the victim.
There are two types of Cyberbullying; the first one is the direct attacks, in which the bully attacks to the victim through messages, creating mean blogs or stealing passwords. The second type, is the proxy attack, which means that other people are as well involved with or without this people knowing; a good example of this type is Impersonation that refers when the bully poses as the victim in a social media and creates problems between close people and leaving the victim with a bad reputation. So, this people will get upset with the victim and generate more problems to the victim, when the truth is that they got nothing to do with these.