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What do you think of this anti-online bullying infographic?

Copy or just click on the embed code below to see the infographic full size. It’s very elaborate and I’m wondering if it’s too much? Or just cutting edge and effective??? If you think it works, please share the primary message you take away from it, and either leave it here in a comment or give it to the person who designed and created it: Tony Shin
@ohtinytony    Facebook.com/tony.shin40

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One response to “What do you think of this anti-online bullying infographic?

  1. It’s an interesting infographic….although I do feel the first portion (about jerks) is potentially a turn-off to readers. I’m also uncertain about giving such prominence to the concept that bullies tend to have early learning problems with language… lower verbal IQs… poor academic performance. It suggests that bullies are mentally less dexterous than others, which is really not accurate. Bullies can be intelligent, verbally agile and high-achieving scholars just as easily as they can be academic drop-outs. Still, I plan to use this in my research because it’s one of the most well-rounded infographics I’ve seen, inasmuch as it touches upon many different aspects of bullying.

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