It's often said that the internet’s not real life, but it is. Things said online are sent by real people and received by real people. Online actions have physical-world consequences, and increasingly we are all caught in those impacts and consequences. – Tara Moss
The internet has given the world a voice. Why do some use their voice to shame, bully and brutalise? What does it mean for human nature, democracy and the future? In Cyberhate with Tara Moss, a documentary produced by The Full Box for ABC TV, Tara Moss investigates online abuse, revealing her own story and those of others who have been victims of cyber violence.
Cyberhate with Tara Moss is a valuable resource for teaching students in Years 10–12 about the responsible use of technology. The documentary allows students to investigate the issue of offensive online behaviour and understand the impact of online abuse by considering the experiences of the documentary participants.
The documentary is also applicable to the following areas of the Australian Curriculum for Year 10:
- Civics and Citizenship
- Health and Physical Education
- Digital Technologies
- Media Arts
- Critical and Creative Thinking
- Ethical Understanding
- Information and Communication Technology Capability
- Personal and Social Capability
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