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Building a platform on social media can open a lot of doors for teens and help them build a positive online reputation. It also can expose them to college scholarships, college networks, and even a future career. When parents encourage this type of online activity, it changes their teen’s perspective of social media. One of the ways social media can benefit your teen is by helping them create friendships and managing social anxiety. Social media accounts are great for strengthening friendships for adolescents.

The teenage years are hard and kids often feel like outcasts (even if they are not), and social media allows them to “see” their friends more often. Studies, including Common Sense Media’s “Social Media, Social Life: How Teens View Their Digital Lives” and the Pew Research Center’s “Teens, Technology and Friendships” show that social media. Social media can allow them to have a voice and might give them the confidence to speak out more offline too. Inspiration and Support.

As a communicative method, using social media can be a great way for teens to support and inspire each other. Many teens use social media, in addition to texting, as their main forms of communication with their friends. Social media presents a special opportunity for you and your child to work together.

It allows you to have a real and present part in developing his or her personal identity. Have discussions around the dinner table about things they learned and interesting or funny videos they watched. However, the use of social media in general was on the rise, as 94% of teens age 13-17 reported using them [2]. Benefits of Social Media. 1. Making Social Connections.

Social media provide a convenient way for children to connect with their peers and keep in touch with friends they already spend time within the offline world. On average, teens are online almost nine hours a day, not including time for homework. There are positive aspects of social media, but also potential risks. It is important for parents to help their teens use these sites responsibly.

Potential benefits of social media include: Staying connected to friends; Meeting new friends with shared interests. Risks and Benefits of Social Media Use Adolescent Psychiatry, 201 4, Vol. 4, No.

2 75 these sites can pla ce t eens at a h igh er risk of being targ ets for sexu al vic timiz ation ( Mitch ell, F. OK, so it’s not exactly a surprise. What is a little shocking are the statistics revealed in a recent study by Pew Research Center, entitled “Teens, Social Media & Technology Overview 2010.”The findings, many of which are listed below, highlight teens’ growing dependency on media and devices.

Social media gives you an opportunity to talk about what you know and what you want to be known for. Sharing your expertise will attract potential professional and.

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“By and large, teens use social media to do what they have been doing—socialize with friends, negotiate peer groups, flirt, share stories, and simply hang out.

“Digital Discourse: Language in the New Media” by Crispin Thurlow, Kristine Mroczek
from Digital Discourse: Language in the New Media
by Crispin Thurlow, Kristine Mroczek
Oxford University Press, 2011

Many teenagers shared that they used social media for its intended purpose of social networking with friends and relatives.

“Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: 15th IFIP WG 6.11 Conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, I3E 2016, Swansea, UK, September 13–15, 2016, Proceedings” by Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Matti Mäntymäki, M.N. Ravishankar, Marijn Janssen, Marc Clement, Emma L. Slade, Nripendra P. Rana, Salah Al-Sharhan, Antonis C. Simintiras
from Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: 15th IFIP WG 6.11 Conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, I3E 2016, Swansea, UK, September 13–15, 2016, Proceedings
by Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Matti Mäntymäki, et. al.
Springer International Publishing, 2016

Social media has become an outlet for many youth, an opportunity to reclaim some sense of agency and have some semblance of social power.

“It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens” by Danah Boyd
from It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens
by Danah Boyd
Yale University Press, 2014

The Demos report — “Plugged in: Youth Engagement Through Social Media” — found that 55 per cent of 35to 50-year-olds also felt the same way about online activism while young women were almost twice as likely as young men to campaign via social media.

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by Dr. S. Saileela and Dr. S. Kalaivani
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While social media have the potential to radically alter friendshipmaking processes, most teens use these tools to maintain preexisting connections, turn acquaintances into friendships, and develop connections through people they already know.

“Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media” by Mizuko Ito, Sonja Baumer, Matteo Bittanti, danah boyd, Rachel Cody, Becky Herr Stephenson, Heather A. Horst, Patricia G. Lange, Dilan Mahendran, Katynka Z. Martínez, C. J. Pascoe, Dan Perkel, Laura Robinson, Christo Sims, Lisa Tripp, Judd Antin, Megan Finn, Arthur Law, Annie Manion, Sarai Mitnick, David Schlossberg, Sarita Yardi
from Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media
by Mizuko Ito, Sonja Baumer, et. al.
MIT Press, 2019

Coupled with access to the Internet, social media are a staple of most teens online diet, with 71 percent active on Facebook, 52 percent on Instagram, and a mere 41 percent on Snapchat (as of the time of the report).

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from Reference and Information Services: An Introduction, Fourth Edition
by Kay Ann Cassell, Uma Hiremath
American Library Association, 2019

However, most teenagers appear to be using online social media to interact with the same peers they spend their day with at school.

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On the one hand, using social media actively helps individuals reduce stress, increases life satisfaction, reduces loneliness and enhances well-being [20–22].

“Digital Transformation for a Sustainable Society in the 21st Century: 18th IFIP WG 6.11 Conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, I3E 2019, Trondheim, Norway, September 18–20, 2019, Proceedings” by Ilias O. Pappas, Patrick Mikalef, Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Letizia Jaccheri, John Krogstie, Matti Mäntymäki
from Digital Transformation for a Sustainable Society in the 21st Century: 18th IFIP WG 6.11 Conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, I3E 2019, Trondheim, Norway, September 18–20, 2019, Proceedings
by Ilias O. Pappas, Patrick Mikalef, et. al.
Springer International Publishing, 2019

50% reduction on recruitment costs: How social media became my best friend.

“Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment: Theory, Practice, and Current Challenges” by Richard N. Landers, Gordon B. Schmidt
from Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment: Theory, Practice, and Current Challenges
by Richard N. Landers, Gordon B. Schmidt
Springer International Publishing, 2016

Social media apps such as Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Snapchat and YouTube receive particularly significant attention from these teens.

“The Regulation of Social Media Influencers” by Catalina Goanta, Sofia Ranchordás
from The Regulation of Social Media Influencers
by Catalina Goanta, Sofia Ranchordás
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020

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  • I love reading and even though I was a distinction graduate, but I don’t read the last couple of years because I’m distracted by so many things social media, entertainment etc. and I don’t know what to read, how to read, how I can actually get benefited from reading etc.
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  • I think preteens have no business on social media. The thought of kids posting pictures of themselves for the world to see and communicating with strangers gives me the heebie jeebies.

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  • A Simple Neural Hack to end Distraction and get off the internet!
    Distraction is hard to resist because it is an affective state, as it is embodied by increases in dopamine levels due to the novel outcomes implicit in distractive events. Dopamine adds transitory utility or value to moment to moment decisions and is harmful to effective decision making when it is not aligned with long term goals, as we well know by succumbing daily to social media, emails, and other distractors. The best way to eliminate distraction is to pursue meaningful activities that have more significant affective outcomes, or to induce greater positive affect by managing the unique ways incentive motivation works in the human brain. To demonstrate this latter point here is an easy procedure to increase meaningful behavior, accentuate positive affect, and eliminate distraction.
    Simply follow a simple resting protocol (mindfulness procedure is best for this), and simultaneously pursue or anticipate pursuing meaningful behavior (e.g. cleaning house, writing poetry, exercise, etc.). Do this continuously for standard sessions of a least a half hour and chart your progress. As a result, you will be more pleasurably alert, engaged, and incented to continue being productive and resist distraction. Neurologically, this is due to ‘opioid-dopamine’ interactions, or the fact that rest is pleasurable due to the induction of opioid activity in the brain. Meaningful activity on the other hand induces dopaminergic activity, which is felt as a state of alert arousal but NOT pleasure. Opioid and dopamine neurons are located adjacently in the midbrain, and when both are simultaneously activated will also co-stimulate each other, resulting in enhanced feelings of arousal and pleasure. Indeed, when rest is accompanied by highly meaningful behaviors (creating art, athletic achievement), pleasure and alertness are highly accentuated, resulting in ‘peak’ or ‘flow’ experiences. So, there is my procedure to increase productivity and reduce distraction, and all without inspirational screeds, lectures, books, or seminars, with the added benefit that you can prove or falsify my hypothesis for yourself, give or take an hour!

    This interpretation is based on the work of the distinguished neuroscientist Kent Berridge of the University of Michigan, a preeminent researcher on dopamine and motivation, who was kind to vet the work for accuracy and endorse the finished manuscript.
    Berridge’s Site
    https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/berridge-lab/

    I offer a more detailed theoretical explanation in pp. 47-52, and pp 82-86 of my open source book on the neuroscience of resting states, ‘The Book of Rest’, linked below.
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/284056765/The-Book-of-Rest-The-Odd-Psychology-of-Doing-Nothing

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  • Social Media and Mental Health While many of us enjoy staying connected on social media, excessive use can fuel feelings of anxiety, depression, isolation, and FOMO. Here’s how to modify your habits and improve your mood.

    https://ihtirafnet.blogspot.com/2020/05/social-media-and-mental-health.html

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    Google> 5 minutes a day
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    Netflix> 1 hour a day
    Youtube> 6+ hours a day

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