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Media Influence on Youth

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irene mcfarlane

on 11 March 2013

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Transcript of Media Influence on Youth

Timeline of Social Media 2011- 1890-
1891 1999 2005 2007 Team 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Everything you post on
social media impacts your
personal brand.
How do you want to
be known? Throughout our lives, we are inundated by media influence, whether self selected or imposed upon us by others. These media influences are varied and increasingly variable.Adolescent of today, interact with a media environment that is ever more saturated with messages about sex and that often appear to glamorize or condone risky behaviors ranging from unsafe sex to smoking or casual drug use, and never seem to be introduced to the positive interactions it has. Media Influence on Adolescent Abstract
In today’s day and age, multimedia is a central focus of teen society. From television advertisement broadcasting the latest Apple-product to magazines covers featuring an “airbrushed” supermodel; Canadian teens are bombarded with images that can serve as negative influence towards their self-esteem. The purpose of this research paper will be to analyze the Canadian media of the twenty-first century and in turn propose ways in which the media’s influence on teens can become knowledge for them in a learning environment. Group Lesson plan An example lesson that could be used in the classroom could be;

Have students work in pairs to look for bias in music. Each pair would read the lyrics of a popular artist and examine what ideas, beliefs, feelings etc. are displayed by the artist. What might be the bias, point of view, or intent of the writer of this song? Have students compare the bias of the artist with the ‘non-mentioned’ other side in the song, for example, if the artist is singing about a lost love, what might be the bias of the other person who the artist is singing about. For example, why won’t you

get back together with the artist? Afterward, students can create an alternate ending to the song and share with their partner via media form. Media Literacy Center 5 key Questions to
explore/promote Media Literacy social media is like a snowball rolling
down a hill. It's picking up speed.
Five years from now, it's going
to be the standard. How does the media influence adolescent? Television, internet, magazines,
newspaper are each a piece of influence on people's lives, especially teens. How do theses affect their self-esteem? Media Influence On
Today's Generation In detail The media influences adolescent all the time. As a child turns on the television to watch any of their shows, the commericlas becomes more of an influence than the show. These commercials use celebrities to convince those watching to "get fit" or "lose weight" These commericials and media forms are misleading and tend to leave out a lot of the facts behind the end results. This is where a lot of youth are misguded by the media. They are confused and very swayed by what they see which can dangerous. The media is has a very strong impact on teens and adolescents' lives. What is the norm? Summary The media will always play a huge role in the development of kids and teens. There are many positive messages but unfortunately those are shadowed by the negative. So much focus on body image and looks makes it very difficult for teens to handle their emotional and physical changes. Applying different theories and figuring out ways to conquer negative self-esteem is very important. Teens need to know that they are beautiful and wonderful people inside and outside no matter what. How can we help? As educators we need to make sure our students are encouraged and motivated to be great. Confidence is one of the most important factors to overcome these obstacles they will face. Influence in Social Media- TED.com Talk San Francisco We're all connected Toronto Rome Africa Brazil Invention of the Telephone and Radio 1966 E-mail Napster 2003 Myspace + Facebook 1969 Invention of ARPANET

A.K.A Internet (Advanced Research Project AgenETwork) 2006 -Jeff Antaya -Lisa Horn
1. Who created this message?

2. What creative techniques are used to attract my attention?

3. How might different people understand this message differently from me?

4. What lifestyles, values and points of view are represented in, or omitted from, this message?

5. Why is this message being sent? Vygotsky (1978) states: "Every function in
the child's cultural development appears
twice: first, on the social level, and later,
on the individual level; first, between
people (interpsychological) and then inside
the child (intrapsychological).
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