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YOUTH AND SOCIAL MEDIA

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Transcript of YOUTH AND SOCIAL MEDIA

Video Presentation
Photos
Definition
Supporting Points
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Opposing Points
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Social Media does more harm than good to young people today.
Introduction
Topic/ Position
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Candace Lum, Thin htet htet, , Raihanah Md Isa, Wardatun NIsaa (CFS23D)
Social Media does More Harm than Good to Young People Today
Rebuttal

Conclusion
Cyberbullying
Online Dating
Addiction
Decrease
Face-to- Face Communication
Infringement of Piracy
Health & Psychological Problems
Video Presentation
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Video Presentation
Video title: What the Internet is doing to our Brains Source: YouTube
SociAlization and Communication
EnChanced Learning Opportunities
Platform to Rally
for Good causes
SociAlization and Communication

Enhanced Learning Opportunities
Platform to Rally for Good Causes
Shortchange the ability for real life communication
Misuse of Social Media
Exposure to Wrong
Causes
Source: Crime Watch Series Ep 5 (re- edited)
Online dating and Blackmailing

Story of Amanda Todd
Source: Youtube (Re- edited)

Introduction
Group Members
Smarticle Particles

Social Media does more harm than
good to youth today.

Oooh la la!
Wardatun Nisaa
Thin Htet Htet (Julia)
Candace Lum
Raihanah Md Isa
Wardatun Nisaa



Introduction
Supporting View (2)- Cyber Bullying
Supporting View (4)- Addiction
Supporting View (6)- Online Dating
Speaker 1
Thin Htet Htet
(julia)
Speaker 2
SPeaker 5

Supporting View (1)- Infringement of Privacy
Supporting View (3)- Decrease Face- to- Face Communication
Supporting View (5)- Health and Psychological Problems
Raihanah md Isa
Speaker 3
Opposing View (1)- Socialization and Communication
Opposing View (2)- Enchanced Learning Opportunities
Opposing View (3)- Platform to Rally for Good Causes
Candace Lum
Speaker 4
Rebuttal (1)- Shortchange the Ability for Real Life Communication
Rebuttal (2)- Misuse of Social Media
Rebuttal (3)- Exposed to Wrong Causes
Overview of cyberbullying
Title: Stop Cyber Bullying - Bullying project - Sandalwood Heights SS
(YouTube,
Evidence
Title: The Social Media Addiction
Source: YouTube
Victim:
Amanda Todd
November 27, 1996- October 10, 2012
Source: Channel NewsAsia
(Loke, 2014)
Evidence
EVIDENCe
Reasons:
False Facades
Preying on victims
Cyber extortion
Internet love scams
Evidence:
Study done in Singapore (Loke 2014)
Reasons:
Anonymity, Recreation of identity
Evidence:
Various studies conducted
Study by Microsoft in 2012 (Microsoft, 2012)
Suicide Cases:
Amanda Todd (Canada), Khine Tinzar (Singapore)
Social Media:
Platforms for interaction through various networks that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking


Examples oF SOcial Media
Reasons:
Adjustment of brain chemicals
Difficulty in detaching from social media
Affects priorities
Evidence:
Study by University of Chicago (Melkle, 2012)
Quote from executive director of the reStart Programme, Seattle (Hepburn, 2013)
Study by Retrovo (Dyer, 2010)
Study on students of UCLA (Roady, 2014)
-Less sleep
-Always online
-staying online late
-messing up sleeping patterns
-stress and depress symptoms
Eating in front of TV
Playing game while eating
No exercise after eating
Insomnia
Gaining Weight
Food For Thought
(Palley, 2012)
Insomnia
FOMO
Multitasking
Gaining Weight
(Dyer, 2010)
(Dyer, 2010)
(Dyer, 2010)
Misspelling and abbreviating words
- Communication through Twitter
- Twitter is used by more than 500 million users as of February 2012.
- Enables users to only speak with a limit of 140 words
-Encourages users to use abbreviations/ misspelling of words
- Causes a decrease in communication skill
- 2010 research study
54% percent of teenagers text their friends once a day,
only 33% said they talk to their friends face-to-face on a daily basis.
- Youth rather text/chat than meet outside
- When youth meet physically
Wanting to share the fun rather than having fun

Decrease face to face communication
FOMO : Fear Of Missing Out
Leaked Personal Information
Photos
facebook check-in
instagram photos
tweets
status
Especially on facebook and instagram
People upload photos
Stalkers knows how you look
harm to youth
teens don't know who is checking their profile
Strangers checking your profile, photos, and your posts
Stalking
Blackmailing
someone knows something about you
threatens to expose on social media
photos or personal information leaks to strangers
Strangers can blackmail you with your personal data for sexual favors, money, etc
People From Anywhere Around The World Can Look At Your Photos, Activities, and Personal Information Through Social Media
Stalking Statistics
-3.4 Million People age 18+ are stalked each year in the states
- 3 out of 4 stalking victims are stalked by people they know
-10% of stalking victims are stalked by strangers
-Age 18-24 experienced highest stalking rate
(Lagnese, 2012)
More Harm than good
Why social media does more harm than good to youth
Making news friends
if you meet good people great
if you meet bad people that influence bad habits
- drug persuasion
- flash (Amanda todd)
Student group discussions,
Discuss about ideas and thoughts about assignment and skills
BUT
- most high-school students share test answers
- not discuss about what might be in the test
- telling what questions are on the test


How are these students going to learn?
using social media to discuss about homework and test papers.
Not Mature Enough
(Mason, 2012)
- Social media like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have the ability to raise awareness
Cyberbullying
Singapore => 2nd place in worldwide cyberbullying
female are more likely to do cyberbullying
the ease of accessing
others can join in the comments and support
makes it more attractive
makes it look like its ok to do it
BECAUSE EVERYONE IS DOING
Tu Quoque
Online Privacy
(Leak information)
Anyone can check your profile
leads to
Stalking
Blackmailing
Personal information
photos
videos
facebook check-in
Suggestion
Think before posting something
is it appropriate
Report if something or someone is bugging you
facebook reports
police reports
tell your parents
ask for help
Being Blackmail?
report to police immediately
tell someone you can trust

Balance out your life
don't sit in front of the computer all day
Online dating
don't fall for every guy/girl you meet
you don't even know if the person is real or fake
Addiction
social media can't help you much
face to face communication
you can tell how the person is feeling by their face expression


Cyberbullied?
tell parents
report it on the social media
tell a trusted friend to help you out
Educate
provide education at schools
how harmful social media can be
tell youth there are solutions
Face to face communication
collage interview
job interview
your life isn't a social media
if you think meeting new people will help you get more socialize and help you communicate better... YOU'RE WRONG
Stalking
Make sure your post are private
not public
especially facebook
(Facebook, 2014)
(Facebook, 2014)
(Facebook, 2014)

(McAfee,2012)
Watch your posts.
Report when things go wrong.
You are not alone.
TImely Reminder...
Lack of Experience
Doesn't have judgement skills
can't separate between good and bad
has no self discipline
Puberty
urge to know everything
curiosity
meet new people on internet
try new things
don't think ahead before doing something
Amanda Todd
Study conducted by Microsoft in 2012
To analyze the global pervasiveness of online bullying
Surveyed youths aged 8 to17 years old in 25 countries
Average rate of online bullying is 37%
Singapore
Microsoft study, 2012
58% rate
Second highest in the world falling behind only China
Singapore and China
Only countries where bullying is greater online than offline
-Pressure to do what everyone else do
events
photos
sharing life experience
uploading photos
tweeting
updating status
- watching others post their fun
makes you feel jealous

Multitasking
Your brain don't function well when multitasking
open a lot of tabs
social media tabs
cannot concentrate on studies
(Truong, 2012)
(Johnson, 2013)
(TOP 10 WAYS SOCIAL MEDIA AFFECTS OUR MENTAL HEALTH, 2014)
Urge to be accepted by people
post stupid things on social media because your friends do the same
seeing people post their fun
jealous
feel bad because you can't have it
Youth and FOMO
(fear of missing out)
Youth and popularity
Adding people you don't know
to have more people on friend list
sounds cool among friends to have a lot of friends on Facebook
more friends = more popular
(YouTube, 2012)
(Roady, 2014)
(Microsoft, 2012)
Allows everyone from around the world to communicate
Staying connected with
friends and family
- Using social media such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay connected with friends and family
- To know their whereabouts or what they're doing
making new friends

-Making new friends through mutual friends through social media like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
exchanging ideas
- With the convenience of social media, people are now able to share or exchange their ideas within a few clicks away
- Middle and high school students are using social media to discuss assignments and group projects
Facebook
Blogs
- Able to reinforce English such as written assignments
- Able to enhance academics if social media is positively constructed
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
- ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) ice bucket challenge:
Donation of $10 if they're up for the challenge
$100 if they're not doing the challenge
Instagram and Facebook
(Ice Bucket Challenge, 2014)

- Raised $100 Million, and counting (The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Has Raised $100 Million -- And Counting. (n.d.)
Allows everyone from around the world to communicate
- However, it takes youths away from actual relationships
- It handicaps them in real life social skills
- Making them lose the ability to communicate face-to-face
- Middle and high school students are using social media to discuss assignments and group projects
Facebook
Blogs
-Able to reinforce skills in English such as written assignments
- Able to enhance academics if social media is positively constructed
- On the other hand, students might be able to share test answers
Study By: Common Sense Media's Program for the Study of Children and Media
- Social media like Twitter,
Facebook and Instagram have
the ability to raise awareness
- Social media interaction does little to replace face-to-face communication with others
- Large amount of misleading information on social media
- Leading to youths believing in the wrong things as they do not know how to discern information
(McAfee,2012)
THANK YOU
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