Occasionally, social media can help us with homework, and allow us to communicate with others. Yet, despite its positive impact, it also has negative influences on society. Look at all the people who have their ears plugged with earphones, fingers flying, and a distraught look on their face when their parents tell them to do something. This results in bad behavior which can causes social issues and rifts between family and friends and possibly lead to inactivity and obesity in youths. Overall, I believe social media is bad for teens.
As Yost (2014) claims in her study can lead lack of communication skills in children. When children spend too much time online, at some point, they may think of social media as a replacement for the real world. Consequently such substitution may lead ignorance about behavior related interpersonal contact. Moreover, it may result in witnessing hate speech and increasing social distrust. Obviously, hate speech is a part of virtual world because of poor censored content and existence of huge number of unknown or fake accounts.
Besides that, Facebook also have some disadvantages to people that become a Facebook members. Firstly, when we spending many time on Facebook, we can become addicted to it. For the example when other people constantly posting new photos or status updates, people that become addicted to Facebook can feel like they are missing out if they are not constantly logged in. According to this situation, these users do not even realize that they are engaged in excessive use of the service, as it becomes an unconscious habit. Next Facebook can made the loss of productivity for the productiveness of both students and employees.
Social Media Failure to connect: Cognitive effects on young children’s minds and their failure to connect. Students are relying on social media and the Internet causing them not to learn the critical social skills for everyday life. This is becoming a widespread problem in our society. The Internet has overcome our societies to where we can 't live without it. Cell Phones, social media, computers, and more, are ruining our children 's education and communication.
Many people use social media, as a way to escape their own harsh reality and be someone else. Countless people make a social media account under a false name, and use false information to catfish a person, or they use this false identity to bully someone online. These people do this thinking they are safe because there is no way to trace it back to them. This results in others to not trust social media, have a lower self-confidence after getting hate comments on posts, and can lead some people to commit suicide because of cyberbullies. Also, those hiding their true selves behind the screen of a computer start to forget that the comments they leave online can have consequences if they are caught, and once something is posted, it can’t be erased.
Young teens tend to get abused because of their sexuality( "ahrc.admin") Not many students feel safe at school because the rules aren’t set for them of not getting abused or bullied at school. On the other hand, if students don’t get bullied at school they get bullied online and name calling begins. That 's how it starts with suicide. They don’t think straight; they automatically think one thing like it’s the only thing to do which is suicide. The most bullying happens on school property and then online.
First, children and teenagers become lazy to communicate in real world. Their understanding of the language is disturbed if a child is too much communicating in the virtual world, then their knowledge about the details of communicating in real life, like body language and tone of voice will be declined. Second, the negative impact of social networks for teens and children are the social networking sites they have. They will feel addicted and do not care about time, do not care about the surroundings, lack of socialization with environment, waste of money and credit. Prone to dispute or misunderstanding, often social media can damage the health of the eye of children or people who use them.
They are lack confidence and will avoid others. This problem will lead them to be an anti- social person. In addition, victims also feel exposed and humiliated to anyone around them. When cyber bullying occurs, the unpleasant messages or texts can be shared with many people. Increase of number of people that know about the bullying can lead to feelings of humiliation.
This negative conduct has turned into a national issue; it is among the main source of adolescent suicide and school roughness. Digital domineering jerks have numerous reasons in the matter of why they bother their associates. Some say that they do it to "get back" at them for some wrong doing; another digital domineering jerk says they did it in light of the fact that the cohort dressed and acted uniquely in contrast to different understudies. Children who have low self-esteem and are tormented feel perilous in their environment. They feel that wherever they will be, they can be touched by awful and unwarranted bits of gossip on the Internet or physically hurt by the general population who began the bits of gossip.
According to Canneil University’s (Steven Strogatz, 2005), “Social media sites can make it more difficult for us to distinguish between the meaningful relationships we foster in the real world, and the numerous casual relationships formed through social media”. When the young people prioritise these less than meaningful relationships, the more important connections like parents-children and sisters-brothers relationship will weaken because the less they communicate with each other, the higher the risk for the meaningful relationship to be damaged. They also score low in schools because of the distractions like video games, watching videos, and chatting with known and unknown person in social media sites. People never realise that all of these kind of distractions are actually the distractions that they created themselves. Young people may cause their future to be beaten by their own current attitude because ‘how’ they think now is ‘how’ they are going to be in the