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As part of the third in a series of reports based on data from their Young Canadians in a Wired World survey, MediaSmarts has just released a new report titled Cyberbullying: Dealing with Online Meanness, Cruelty and Threats.
As much as we would like to prevent people from being hurtful to one another, the truth is that we can't control what people choose to say or do. However, we can play a role in ending the cycle of negativity and steering communication in a positive direction.
Parents can help their children through difficult situations by practicing and modeling positive communication.
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Teaching young people to be considerate of others’ images online is important. It can not only cultivate a stronger sense of empathy as it relates to social media, it can also translate to increased empathy offline.