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Computer Mediated and Initiated Bullying Intervention - Presentation

Computer Mediated and Initiated Bullying Intervention - Presentation

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Published by Steven Entezari
This is a report on a project dealing with a to-be-developed intervention methodology for cyber-bullying. In an attempt to pair two people who otherwise would not have been connected (e-volunteer and cyberbullied victim), the site will generate a feed via social networking messages that have content the system deems as “bullying”. This feed is generated by APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) for the different social networking sites.
The intervener can then send resources and support to the bullied victim by sending a message, specific to the victim’s situation. If the message displayed does not relate to bullying (“I hate you rain! I just want to run outside” as opposed to “I hate you John Smith!”), the e-volunteer has the opportunity to categorize the message and types of messages like those to be ignored by indicating it is ‘Not-Bullying’. The system will grow more intelligent as more volunteers mark messages according to their corresponding categories (Bullying/Not-Bullying).
This is a report on a project dealing with a to-be-developed intervention methodology for cyber-bullying. In an attempt to pair two people who otherwise would not have been connected (e-volunteer and cyberbullied victim), the site will generate a feed via social networking messages that have content the system deems as “bullying”. This feed is generated by APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) for the different social networking sites.
The intervener can then send resources and support to the bullied victim by sending a message, specific to the victim’s situation. If the message displayed does not relate to bullying (“I hate you rain! I just want to run outside” as opposed to “I hate you John Smith!”), the e-volunteer has the opportunity to categorize the message and types of messages like those to be ignored by indicating it is ‘Not-Bullying’. The system will grow more intelligent as more volunteers mark messages according to their corresponding categories (Bullying/Not-Bullying).

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Published by: Steven Entezari on Mar 11, 2011
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Eric CoxSteve EntezariAndre Franklin
 
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As technology has evolved, so has the mediums towhich people are using to intimidate others
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This evolution has sparked a relatively new trendacross the county called cyber-bullying.
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People can no longer simply walk away from abullying scenario without completely removingthemselves from societies; both physical and virtual
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Psychological phenomena, such as the Bystander Effect, decrease the likelihood of an intervention by anoutside member of the community

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