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Karim Amr El-Gohary Dr. Samar Mohamed Ezzat ENG 102 6 April, 2015 The Effect Of Social Media On Teenagers The factors that made social media affect teenagers negatively A research paper Abstract Do social media have any negative effect on teenagers ? This research paper examine the social media effect on teenagers and how social media became a part of the teens life . This research will focus on the social , physiological and educational effect that social media affected teenagers negatively through them. First, the paper will discuss the history of social media and the beginning of using teenagers to social media and social websites . Then the researcher has explored some elements that has negatively impacted the teenagers socially , physiologically and educationally and lead to the addiction of teenagers to social media .