実践ビジネス英語 2021/3/4 L21(2) Cyberbullyingネットいじめ
The orange wristband says “Be a Good Bystander.”
Steve Lyons helps a nonprofit with a campaign to prevent cyberbullying. The slogan on my wristband is a reminder of the organization’s basic message: “If you see someone being bullied in the cyberworld, don’t ignore it. Kindly get involved.”
Lyons says he’s selling wristbands and other items to support the campaign against cyberbullying and asks the A&A staff to chip in if they can. Grace describes cyberbullying as simply bullying that uses digital technology to hurt people and says it’s common among teenagers. McMillan talks about a friend of his who was cyberbullied and how victims often suffer low self-esteem as a result.
Ueda says, “You know, Steve, I really admire your civic-mindedness.”
Lyons says, “One of its key characteristics is repeated behavior as well as intent to harm.”