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Prevalence of cyber bullying victimization and perpetration among teens in 2012, by sexual orientation
Teenagers: cyber bullying victimization and perpetration 2012, by sexual orientation
This statistic presents the prevalence of cyber bullying perpetration and victimization among teens, organized by sexual orientation. During the 2012 survey, it was found that 24.1 percent of all respondents identifying as LGBTQ reported being victimized by cyber bullies. Cyber bullying includes activities such as calling another student names through text message or email, creating a social networking page about another student knowing that it would upset him or her, and sending nasty emails to another student.
Prevalence of cyber bullying victimization and perpetration among teens in 2012, by sexual orientation
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Source

Release date

September 2013

Region

United States

Survey time period

October 2011 to June 2012

Number of respondents

Total = 5,647; heterosexual n = 5,218; LGBTQ n = 316

Special properties

Grades 7 to 12

Supplementary notes

LGBTQ = lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, or other

Teenagers: cyber bullying victimization and perpetration 2012, by sexual orientation
This statistic presents the prevalence of cyber bullying perpetration and victimization among teens, organized by sexual orientation. During the 2012 survey, it was found that 24.1 percent of all respondents identifying as LGBTQ reported being victimized by cyber bullies. Cyber bullying includes activities such as calling another student names through text message or email, creating a social networking page about another student knowing that it would upset him or her, and sending nasty emails to another student.
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