Different types of cyberbullying are listed on book spines on the second shelf of the bookcase. These types are as defined by Anne Bamford, as defined in her classroom paper "Cyber Culture and Identity: Issues in Belonging, Bullying and Being for Adolescents", 2004, University of Technology, Sydney

All images have been created by the author, except for the images contained in:

  • "The Web: The Bully's New Playground" (People Magazine, Time Inc.)
  • "David Knight" (CBC.ca)
  • the yellow "No text bullying" symbol (Vodafone NZ)

These images mentioned above are under copyright of their respective owners. Permission has been sought from the owners, and where a response has been received, and permission granted, special acknowledgement is displayed at the bottom of each page. For any issues, or for further information, please contact us through this page

The two images of the detective are copyright-free images provided by Microsoft Design Gallery Live (dgl.microsoft.com).

Any source referred to in any part of this website, is listed with full details below.

Bookcase > Picture Messages (MMS)

  • Blair, A & Norfolk, A 2004, "Mobile bullies are seeking victims through cyberspace", The Times (United Kingdom), 25th September, page 3.

Bookcase > Text Messages (SMS)

  • Crouch, B 2004, "SMS bully attacks still rising", The Sunday Mail (Adelaide), 5th December, page 11
  • "Putting U in the picture - Mobile bullying survey 2005", NCH and Tesco Mobile, produced June 2005 <www.nch.org.uk>

Bookcase > Websites

  • Peterson, K 2002, "Kids spread hateful rumours online", USA Today, 6 February, viewed 5th November 2004
  • Simmons, R 2003, "Cliques, clicks, bullies and blogs", Washington Post, 28 September, viewed 27th October 2004
  • Stevenson, M 2005, "Cyberbully gets the boot from school", The Sun, 10 February 2005

Bookcase > Chat

  • "Cyberbullying resources for Youth, Families and Educators", MindOH! Foundation, viewed 11th May 2005, <www.mindohfoundation.org/bullying>
  • QUTlinks, February 2005, Queensland University of Technology, Pg. 8-9, viewed 7th March 2005, <www.qut.edu.au>

Bookcase > Email

  • Swartz, A 2005, "Schoolyard bullies get nastier online", USA Today, 7th March, page 1a

Bookcase > Masquerading

  • Meadows, B, 2005, "The Web: The Bully's New Playground", People, vol. 63 issue 10, pg. 152, 14th March 2005, Time Inc., New York (USA)

Bookcase > Flaming

  • Meadows, B, 2005, "The Web: The Bully's New Playground", People, vol. 63 issue 10, pg. 152, 14th March 2005, Time Inc., New York (USA)

Bookcase > Instant Messages

  • Simmons, R 2003, "Cliques, clicks, bullies and blogs", Washington Post, 28 September, viewed 27th October 2004

David Knight

  • Leishman, J 2002, "The Internet is the latest weapon in a bully's arsenal", CBC News, 10 October, viewed 23rd January 2005, <www.cbc.ca/news/national/news/cyberbullying>
  • Images are from the same source, listed above

Crimes Act

  • Crimes Act 1914 Section 85ZE; Crime Legislation Amendment (Telecommunications Offences and Other Measures) Act Australia 2004

Ghyslain Razaa

  • Cooper, J 2004, "Cyberbullies stalking online playground", The Record, 21 April, viewed 25th October 2004
  • Jedimaster.net, 2005, viewed January 2005, <www.jedimaster.net>
  • Note: Anecdote at bottom of page is a story brought up in discussion at Loreto Student Well-being Conference, held 17th March 2005, Loreto Kirrabilli, Sydney NSW

Mobile Phone "messages"

  • McDougall, B, "Victim of a cyberbully", The Daily Telegraph, Sydney, 23rd February 2005, pg. 29
  • Duff, E 2004, "Bullying endemic, says former SCEGGS father", The Sun-Herald, 28 November, p. 9
  • "Internet messaging trouble cited as motive in school murder", 2nd June 2004, Japan Today, <www.japantoday.com>
  • <www.clickatell.com/brochures/sms_industry>
  • "School stick figures see boys cuffed and charged", 2005, Fairfax Digital, 26 January, viewed 1st February 2005
  • "Girl tormented by phone bullies", BBC News, 16 January 2001, viewed 1 st March 2005, <http://news.bbc.co.uk>
  • Chapman, J 2004, "School Code to Stop Cyberbullies", The Advertiser, 26 July, viewed 16th October 2004

Corkboard

  • McDougall, B, "Switching off power to the cyberbullies", The Daily Telegraph, Sydney, 28th February 2005

"What is cyberbullying?" document, from desk

  • "What can schools do about cyberbullying?", 2005, Principals' Digests, Volume 11 Number 19. Published Hamilton, New Zealand
  • ABC Radio National: The Buzz, 30th October 2003, <www.abc.net.au>
  • "Electronic Bullying", 2005, Dolly, April, Issue 414, page 90
  • Campbell, M.A., & Gardner, S, 2004, "Cyberbullying in high school", (paper in preparation)
  • Bamford, A, 2005, "Cyber-bullying", Classroom, February 2005, No. 1 pages 18-19
  • Bill Belsley <www.cyberbullying.ca>
  • Snider, M 2004, "Stalked by a Cyberbully", Macleans.ca, 24 May, viewed 31st January 2005, <www.cyberbullying.ca/macleans_may_19_2004.html>
  • "Stop text bullying", NCH, 2 March 2005, viewed 20th June 2005, <www.nch.org.uk>
  • "Putting U in the picture - Mobile bullying survey 2005", NCH and Tesco Mobile, produced June 2005 <www.nch.org.uk>
  • Wendland, M 2003, "Cyberbullies make it tough for kids to leave playground", Detroit Free Press, 17 November, viewed 27th October 2004, <http://www.freep.com>
  • "Over Information", 2005, ABC Online, published 17th March, viewed 18th March 2005, <www.abc.net.au/science/features/overinformation>

Other

  • Magill, M, 2004, "New School Bullies", ABC Online, 12 November, viewed 14th March 2005, <www.abc.net.au>
  • "Ruinous bullies can be stopped", 2003, "Toronto Star", 23 November, viewed 16th October 2004
  • Cooper, J 2004, "Cyberbullies stalking online playground", The Record, 21 April, viewed 25th October 2004
  • Mitchell, A 2004, "Bullied by the click of a mouse", The Globe, 24 January, viewed 27th October 2004
  • Bantick, C, 2005, "Battle to beat the cyber bully", The Mercury (Hobart), 16th February, page 27