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Survey on How Social Media Affects the Self-Esteem of Colleg

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Alexis Bullock

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Transcript of Survey on How Social Media Affects the Self-Esteem of Colleg

Survey on How Social Media Affects the Self-Esteem of College Students
Purpose & Hypothesis
Examine the use of social media (Facebook, Twitter, and/ or Instagram) & how it affects the self-esteem of college undergraduates.
Conclusion
Collectively, college students have a tendency to rely on social media to socialize amongst their peers, but it does not (-) affect their self-esteem.
Methodology
Participants
Females & Males
Ages 17 to 26
Sample of 66 college undergraduates (NOVA CC-Annandale location)
Social Media & College Students
Methodology
By: Alexis Bullock, Veronica Vasquez, & Reuben Chavez
The more use of social media, more likely it will negatively impact their self-esteem.
Commonly used platforms
Methodology
Procedure
Anonymous survey
Available for two weeks
Length of survey about 5-7 minutes
Setting
Focused on three main social media applications
Results
Amount of usage a day
Using to gain attention
Ways social media can affect self-esteem
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