Partying Pictures, Comparing Oversexualized Clothing, Viral Video Attempts, and Humiliating or Publicly Shaming Others when you are young may seem like it is all cool and funny but it won’t be when you go in for a job and they pull up everything you ever posted on social media? Social Media sites are very attractive for teens, as well as for young adults. That presents opportunities for self-expression and some are able to build friendships. Youth "play time" in such environments can build skills that will be a foundation for career success in the 21st century. Many teens are safely and responsibly engaged in such
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
Teenagers talk about the pressure to post the perfect photo or to compete with the perfect lives their friends present on the Internet. This investigate from Dr. Drew Pate: Negative, positive effects of excessive social media use on teens studied. This survey also triggered my deep consideration, social media take up a lot of time for young children. Like Dr. Drew pate said, teenagers spent a lot of time in order to post a perfect photo on the Internet. At first, I did not believe this survey.
The use of social media is one of the main ways people communicate in today’s society. With social media being a main source of communication social media can change someone’s idea of life. Teens are introduced to seeing the life of celebrities, and luxury life. Which can then leave the teens feeling envy, jealousy, and overall insecure. Using social media on a daily basis, without limit can cause a teen to enter a depression.
“You are in the control of the internet.” Says the Blog Post “Teens and Technology.” Bet is that really a good thing? People use the internet to say things. Now, they are not always good. People are cyber bullying other people through social media. Telling them how ugly or fat they look.
Social media, the genre of phone platforms that people have many undecided or hypocritical emotions about. People look down on their phone more than they have actual face-to-face conversations, but why is that? Social media does not make us less social. Social media does not make us less social due to the fact that it positively impacts self confidence, it helps people of all ages communicate with others, and it is a place where society commonly expresses their emotions. Some parents might say that social media is bad due to chances of their child getting kidnapped from wanting to try and meet an online friend or getting depressed because of cyber bullying, however there can be certain steps that parents can take to make social media or a meetup with an online friend more safe.
“Did my phone just buzz?” This is what 89% of social media users experience when they have an urge to go on social media to check their notifications, this believe it or not it is called Phantom Vibration Syndrome (yes it is a real thing). I believe social media has had a negative impact upon our society and the world due to its many negative side-effects. Social media is used by ⅓ of the population world wide, it has the power to do good and bad things it is a tool that requires pure intentions and a pure perception upon the usage of this tool. Thus it is not entirely a bad thing however, it does cause new syndromes to develop, normal human actions/behaviors are put aside, and worst of all it can affect your school life as well. This topic
On major social media platforms such as Instagram or Facebook, one may post a picture or two. If their friends do not “like” the photo then there become a sense of resentment and anger. The article, “High on Social Media: When Somebody Doesn’t Like Your Post” written by Jena Pugh discusses how controversial it can be if a friend does not like a simple photo, “...what one may not realize is that social media is programming one’s brain to become dependent on peer approval — i.e. “likes,” comments, thumbs and smileys. For each Facebook reaction received, dopamine is released into your brain, the same chemical released when you experience something positive or when you induce it through activities like drug use”.
Some ways will make you feel body conscious, others will be suicidal, and another might be looking at it with more positivity. In other words, the way social media has impacted the world is kind of a good and an evil. Sure it creates thriving communities and charities, but what about when kids and teens spend too much time on it. That is when it finally becomes an issue. When it finally starts to leave people feeling insecure, or suicidal, that is when social media has done its part and should be limited.
Social media will for sure affect teen's level of education in a very bad way. The teen who spends most his time on social media won't have enough time to do his homework or study well for the exams. Also, some teens take their mobiles with them when they go to school. This will make the problem worse. For example, if a student uses a mobile phone inside the class, he will never be able to understand anything from his teacher.