Tuesday, July 29, 2014



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CANADIAN BULLYING STATISTICS

A study on bullying by the University of British Columbia, based on 490 students (half female, half male) in Grades 8-10 in a B.C. city in the winter of 1999, showed:

  • » 64 per cent of kids had been bullied at school.
  • » 12 per cent were bullied regularly (once or more a week).
  • » 13 per cent bullied other students regularly (once or more a week).
  • » 72 per cent observed bullying at school at least once in a while.
  • » 40 per cent tried to intervene.
  • » 64 per cent considered bullying a normal part of school life.
  • » 20-50 per cent said bullying can be a good thing (makes people tougher, is a good way to solve problems, etc.).
  • » 25-33 per cent said bullying is sometimes OK and/or that it is OK to pick on losers.
  • » 61-80 per cent said bullies are often popular and enjoy high status among their peers.

 

Source: Centre For Youth Social Development, UBC Faculty of Education

 

- 1 in 5 Canadian Teens have witnessed online Bullying

- 25% of kids between 12-15 have witnessed cyberbullying

- 25% of girls and 17% of boys have witnessed online harassment

- 51% of all teens have had negative experience with social networking

- 16% said someone posted an embarassing photo of them

- 12% said someone hacked their account

Source: Ipsos Reid 2011 Survey of 416 Canadian Teenagers

 

Canada Bullying Statistics and Facts:

  • Punching, shoving, teasing, spreading bad rumours, keeping certain people out of a group, getting certain people to "gang-up" on others are all forms of bullying
  • One in seven Canadian children aged 11 to 16 are victims of bullying
  • 25% of children in grades 4 to 6 have been bullied
  • Bullying occurs once every 7 minutes on the playground and once every 25 minutes in the classroom
  • In majority of cases, bullying stops within 10 seconds when peers intervene, or do not support the bullying behaviour
  • Adults who were bullied as children are more likely to suffer from depression in adulthood.
  • * Between 10% and 15% of high school students are victims.
  • * 11% of secondary students bully other youngsters at least once a year.
  • * 31% of students say they would participate in the bullying of a young dislikes.


Source: Craig &. Pepler, 1997

 

Cyberbullying Statistics

* 90% of parents are familiar with cyberbullying; 73% are either very or somewhat concerned about it.
* 2 in 5 parents report their child has been involved in a cyberbullying incident; 1 in 4 educators have been cyber-harassment victims.
*  73% of educators are familiar with the issue and 76% believe cyberbullying is a very or somewhat serious problem at their school.
* Educators consider cyberbullying (76%) as big an issue as smoking (75%) and drugs (75%).

The study adds that "the most commonly experienced form of cyberbullying
is when someone takes a private email, IM, or text message and forwards it to someone
else or posts the communication publicly"

*38% of girls online report being bullied, compared with 26% of online boys.
* Nearly 4 in 10 social network users (39%) have been cyberbullied, compared with 22% of online teens who do not use social networks (all from
Pew, 2007).

Source: Microsoft's Truthyworthy Computing division

 

 

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