Once upon a time bullies wreaked havoc on the playground and in the locker room. Now they’ve got a far greater reach on the Internet. So how exactly has bullying changed now that it has migrated online? A fascinating New Yorker article highlights how once victims could escape bullying by changing location. Now that it’s often practiced on Facebook and other social platforms, it’s much harder to contain, and ignore.
According to the article, “The inescapability of ‘cyberbullying’ has huge consequences not just for children but also for adults. While workplace bullying is still a new field of study, adults seem to experience bullying just as much as kids do.”
Read the entire article here.