Prior to beginning work on this interactive assignment, please read all of the required resources for this week. Review the instructions below and research a minimum of five additional peer-reviewed and/or scholarly sources in the UAGC Library that were published within the last 10 years to help support your statements.
For this weeks interactive assignment, you will be creating a 5-7 minute video speech presentation related to the topic of cyberbullying. (You may use any video capture software of your choice. A Screencast-O-Matic quick-start guideLinks to an external site. including the ability to capture your webcam is provided for your convenience.) For your video presentation, prepare talking points that respond to each of the following topics.
- Explain at least one of the basic legal rights of individuals who are impacted by cyberbullying.
- Discuss one technique individuals, parents, or businesses can use to protect themselves or their children from cyberbullying.
- Evaluate at least one ethical issue that parents, schools, or workplaces must consider when implementing a new technique to protect their children, students, and/or staff from cyber bullies.
Once you have created your talking points, be sure to practice your presentation to ensure that it will meet the time requirements. (This is meant to mirror the more informal presentations that occur in on-ground masters programs. No official PowerPoint or other type of presentation should be created. The ability to speak candidly to these points is what will be evaluated.) Please review the Best Practices for Video Creation document prior recording your video.
Once you have created your video, copy and paste the URL into your initial post. In a separate document, prepare a reference list for your sources in APA format as outlined by the UAGC Writing CenterLinks to an external site., and attach the document to your initial post prior to submission.
Barlett, C. P. (2015). Anonymously hurting others online: The effect of anonymity on cyberbullying frequencyLinks to an external site.. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 4(2), 70-79.
- The full-text version of this article can be accessed through the PsycARTICLES database in the UAGC Library. This article describes a study that examined whether anonymity was related to the frequency of cyberbullying and the severity of its impact.
Bauman, S. (2013). Cyberbullying: What does research tell us?Links to an external site. Theory Into Practice, 52(4), 249-256. http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1080/00405841.2013.829727
- The full-text version of this article can be accessed through the Business Source Elite database in the UAGC Library. This article reviews some of the research on cyberbullying, with a particular focus on gender, age, risk factors, and outcomes.
Coburn, P. I., Connolly, D. A., & Roesch, R. (2015). Cyberbullying: Is federal criminal legislation the solution? Links to an external site. Canadian Journal of Crimonology & Criminal Justice, 57(4), 566-579. http://dx.doi.org/10.3138/cjccj.2014.E43
- The full-text version of this article can be accessed through the EBSCOhost database in the UAGC Library. This article explores whether increased federal criminal legislation would have a positive impact in the overall reduction of cyberbullying incidents.
Davison, C. B. & Stein, C. H. (2014). The dangers of cyberbullyingLinks to an external site.. North American Journal of Psychology, 16(3), 595-606.
- The full-text version of this article can be accessed through the EBSCOhost database in the UAGC Library. This article discusses the research literature on cyberbullying. The author also makes recommendations to help individuals identify and protect against cyberbullying.
Korenis, P. & Billick, S. B. (2014). Forensic Implications: Adolescent Sexting and CyberbullyingLinks to an external site.. Psychiatric Quarterly, 85(1), 97-101. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11126-013-9277-z
- The full-text version of this article can be accessed through the PsycINFO database in the UAGC Library. This paper reviews the literature on the forensic implications of sexting and cyberbullying, particularly in adolescence.
Washington, E. T. (2015). An overview of cyberbullying in higher educationLinks to an external site.. Adult Learning, 26(1), 21-27. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1045159514558412
- The full-text version of this article can be accessed through the Corporate ResourceNet database in the UAGC Library. This article provides an overview of cyberbullying among adults in higher education, as well as an examination of current laws designed to help prevent cyberbullying.
MSCJ Professional SourcesLinks to an external site.. (http://ashford-mscj.weebly.com/)
- This resource site will provide assistance in researching additional sources for the assessments within this course.
University of Arizona Global Campus. (n.d.). Screencast-O-Matic quick-start guideLinks to an external site. [PDF]. Canvas@UAGC. https://student.uagc.edu
- This guide will aid you in the use of Screencast-O-Matic.