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Negative effects of social media on teens
Transcript of Negative effects of social media on teens
The use of social media as an adolescent can have a negative effect on your health and well being.
Negative Effects of Social Media on Teens
By: Nicole Jensen, Julie Burggraf, Fernanda Aguirre, Madison Dohring
What is Facebook?
"Facebook is a social networking service that lets you connect with friends, co-workers, and others who share similar interests or who have common backgrounds." (Cnet)
What is Twitter?
"Twitter is a social network and real-time communication service launched in 2006 and used by millions of people and organizations to quickly share and discover information."(socialmediatoday)
Depression due to social media
Negative effects of
Obesity in relation to
"A new study of 350 students from the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland found that the more time they spent on Facebook, the less time they spent exercising, with an increasing tendency to opt out of team sports" (Forbes).
Crime associated with Facebook
Crime related to Facebook is reported to the police every 40 minutes
12,300 reports were filed in 2011
"Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Examples of cyberbullying include mean text messages or emails, rumors sent by email or posted on social networking sites, and embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles" (stopbullying.gov).
Through all of our research and findings we have come to the conclusion that social media is deleterious to the health and
well being of adolescents but is
still a vital aspect to
socialization of our
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"Is Google Making Us Stupid?"
"It is clear that users are not reading online in the traditional sense; indeed there are signs that
new forms of “reading” are emerging as users
“power browse” horizontally through titles,
contents pages and abstracts going for quick
wins. It almost seems that they go online
to avoid reading in the traditional sense."
Is it our generation?
First to grow up with technology
Always connected, one step ahead