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What is Suicidal Ideation

Developing Safer Online Environments for Children: Tools and Policies for Combatting Cyber Aggression
The contemplation of ending ones life based on emotional distress.
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Developing an Understanding of Cyberbullying: The Emotional Impact and Struggle to Define
Carol M. Walker (East Stroudsburg University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1684-3.ch002
When considering ethical practice for educators in the 21st Century it is imperative that teacher educators, school counselors, and administration are knowledgeable in all aspects of bullying via technology that youth and young adults are experiencing on school campuses throughout the country. The exponential proliferation of technology and social media has brought traditional bullying into cyberspace. The purpose of this chapter is to enhance the reader's understanding of the incidents of cyberbullying, to provide knowledge of the challenges researchers face in operationalizing cyberbullying that will enable all professionals to assist victims, and to proffer techniques that may be implemented in the ethical practice of primary, secondary, or college educators as they work with Millennials and Neo-millennials in the 21st Century classroom.
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Common Academic Stress Points and Mental Health Concerns Among Pre-Health and Health Science Students
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) defined suicidal ideation as “thoughts about self-harm, with deliberate consideration or planning of possible techniques of causing one’s own death” (American Psychiatric Association, 2013).
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