Lastly we do not know how to manage our time we spent too much time on social media. One good thing about social media is That it strengthens our relationships. One reason why time should be limited for teenagers is that, in the article Internet addiction too much time online It says,"For youth on the high-end of the scale spending this much time with media online and offline rob them from real-world experiences and may result in lower grades increase the risk for depression cut
In her essay, “I Had a Nice Time with you Tonight, on the app,” Jenna Wortham believes that social media apps are a helpful way to connect. Wortham swears by apps and is grateful that she can communicate with her boyfriend who is three thousand miles away. Yet some may challenge the view that Social Media apps are a reliable and effective method of communicating, Sherry Turkle stresses people are substituting online communication for face-to-face interaction. Although Turkle may only seem of concern to only a small group of people, it should in fact concern anyone who cares about the negative effects social media can have on people. In her eyes, nothing can replace person-to-person communication.
The article is not biased as it shows the effect of body image for both genders. Adolescence is challenging at times, which can cause a young adult to question themself. The second article ‘Social media can damage body image’ explains the positive and negatives about social media and the way adolescence can approach it. Social media creates high expectations and pressure as people who use social media are often likely to have issues with their body image. Magazines and television commercials with thin women and muscular men displays that people feel disappointed about
Self-confidence is a trait most people may struggle with whether because they do not think they are good enough, or people make them feel inferior, and social media is a huge landmark of self-confidence issues for teens. Teens see all these things on social media, beautiful models, new phones and shoes, the latest trends and they feel they need to live up to these standards that social media has given them. In a journal article titled “Limiting Teen Use of Social Media” by Catherine Monroe states that causes of low self-esteem are, “Due to the fact that in today’s society teenagers are constantly on social media, they have become accustomed to comparing themselves to others and seeking approval from their peers.” Now, this is an obvious yet
Behavioral changes from one generation to the next naturally occur little by little. Nonetheless, changes in adolescent behavior from the millennial generation triumphing it have been substantial and revolutionary. Today’s teens have never witnessed a world without internet. The majority of them possess smartphones and waste several hours each week on social media. But while numerous parents may feel allayed about their teens’ seeming uninterested in drinking, driving and dating, they could perhaps be overlooking the effects that continuous internet access has on their teens’ mental well-being.
Events as such not only help reveal one’s predetermined temperament but also change people’s views and desires. Social media is one of the few constant experiences that changes a person’s view. Due to social media and the new ideal woman image, “ 7 in 10 girls believe they are not good enough or do not measure up in some way including their looks, performance in school and relationships” (Statistics on Body Image). Everyday millions of teenagers use social media as an outlet for boredom. Little do these adolescents realize is that this everyday experience is developing their temperament and views on the world and themselves.
A hobby is an activity that people done during free time. Since it could release their stress or relaxation. But there are also some dangerous hobbies that could their behavior even live. There are so many risks-hobbies for teenagers that I am going to explain, such as party, shopping and addicted to the internet. It is already attached to teenagers in general, but this time I will discuss it more deeply.
As social media use increases, the bystander effect becomes more common amongst younger generations. The bystander effect is a psychological experience, where witnesses refrain from helping another, as a result of the presence of others. In this new age, it has become very popular to record almost every aspect of our daily lives, from a baby’s birth to the last moments of a victims life. With popular social media outlets like Twitter and Instagram, it has become normal to post individuals fighting or partaking in reckless activities. However, this raises the question,“ if these recording bystanders had intervened or reached out for help, would they still have a video to post ?” Too many times has an incident occurred that could have easily been prevented, had cameras not been rolling.
If uncontrolled by parents, young peoples can get addicted to social network. C. Someone who stressed and depressed will easily cause social networking addiction, consequently it may leads to many problems which is wasting time and social isolation. II. BODY 1. One of the effects for social networking addiction is spending too much time to online.
People also stay connected and interact with one another, with their peers, people of similar interests, and even their family members. This helps strengthen their relationship even if they are busy with their daily routines. In addition, social media sites have become a platform for youth with similar interest or common discipline to get together, building connections and opportunities for their respective careers. Youth claims that social media not only makes their lives easier and efficient, it has become their lifestyle. While social media has seems to bring people together and help one another stay connected, it has created social isolation in regards to BBC News report.
Young people often use social-media sites like Facebook to discuss school related subjects and arrange social gatherings, therefore, they will have difficulties being a part of the community if they do not use the social-media. It can also be a sanctuary for those who are socially awkward, lonely and victims of bullying. Although using the social media as a refuge is not necessarily terrible, said refuge might develop into an addiction, which is highly problematic. The social-media can be used in a good way, thus, the problem must lie with the people using it. People should keep the phrase, moderation in all things, in the back of their minds, when using the social-media.
For a long time social media has been a part of society 's influence for negative body image. The individuals who are more influence generally speaking, are teenagers through the age of young adult women and men. Their faced daily with the Internet, magazines, and television. Depending on how self-conscious the person may be, all of this disposer to the media could lead them down the road to having depression and disordered eating structures. Even though it is true some social media and television entertainment promotes self-love and acceptance, there is an equal to or more than amounts of promoters for body shame over certain body types, suggesting that we change ourselves to fit in if we don 't already look the part.