Cyberbullying Hits Younger Group of Kids

Presented By: Amanda Lanum

Bullying is bullying; but technology has opened up new avenues to pick on others, and it’s made bullies of some kids who wouldn’t otherwise be involved in bullying.

Kathryn DePaolis, MSW, University of Kansas School of Social Welfare, has studies cyberbullying at length. She says more kids of a younger age report being involved in cyberbullying, but the main age group involved is the same as traditional bullying: middle school.