Dangers of Social Networking Essay

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    for “The Power of Social Media in Education” many topics were discussed especially those pertaining to just how much the Latin community needs a dose of technology in their day-to-day life. For example, it is important that social media be used as a bridge between students. Social media should be a leverage to get a grassroots movement started within a community. Angelica Perez-Litwin identified the issue when she assessed that Latinos “need a lot more one on one contact and social media will…

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    Dangers Of Internet

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    Internet usage has made modern lives easier in regards to social media by keeping in contact with friends and family. Benefits of the Internet include search engines and websites that keep one up to date on news stories, and data, as well as email accounts that help with business and organization. When one thinks of the possible fears in the world, common fears include spiders, heights, and crimes that can be committed against them. The dangers can be associated with everyday Internet usage…

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    college students, this movie promotes awareness and presents the potential dangers of the internet via social networking. A prime example of what can occur in today’s society was presented in Cyberbully. The main character Taylor Hiltridge receives a laptop for her birthday. She is ecstatic as her mother is finally trusting her to go on-line without adult supervision. She creates an on-line account for a social networking site named,” Cliquesterz,” in which the majority of her school utilizes.…

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    Instagram

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    Instagram is a social media app that provides a virtual online scrapbook that can be shared with followers. This is a free social networking site that allows anyone over the age of thirteen to create an account. People often post positive messages and inspiring photos on their personal accounts. Its simple design and easy to photo editing program allows users to share their awesome pictures, lives, and interact online. However, this tool is very easy to create a fake account and identity…

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    Since their introduction, social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Myspace have attracted millions. Leading to many users having it integrated in their schedules for a daily visit. The technological side of social networks have advanced tremendously throughout the years. Social networks have always kept it easy for users to grasp the concept of understanding how to use it. It helps for strangers and friends to keep connected through common interest and information about…

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    majority of teens, social media is becoming virtually ever-present in today’s society. In fact, some people socialize almost exclusively on the popular sites. Lisa Selin Davis expressed dismay when that seemed to be the case with her long-time friend Jenny. In her article on TIME magazine’s website she wrote: “After 24 years, our friendship is now relegated to the online world, filtered through Facebook. Call it Facebook Recluse Syndrome — and Jenny is far from the site 's only social hermit…

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    on a popular social networking website, Facebook, and never made it home. Today, five out of eleven children admit to meeting up with people they meet on social media sites (Charlton). One third of girls admit to meeting up with social media site friends and one in ten of them admit experiencing some form of sexual exploitation…

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    Answer 1- A few months of social networking can allow you to make the same number of connections that traditional networking would take years to create. It likewise permits you to find which associations having a place with your companions and partners may be valuable to you, expanding the odds of getting the presentation you need. By utilizing person to person communication to help your contacts in accomplishing their objectives through advancing their great work on LinkedIn and helping them…

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    abuse them, and turn them into mini social control rooms is frankly awful” (Disadvantages of Social Networking). Although teenagers are not the only users of social media, researchers have shown that the majority of teens have a social media account(s). “63% of online teens go online daily” (Lenhart 5). The over usage of social media decreases the productivity of everyday life, because some people have too much time invested into social media. Although social media has consumed the lives of…

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    1. The textbook mentions that people from “individualistic” and “collective” culture often approach social networking differently. Comment on how your culture (individualistic or collective) influence how you communicate on social media. When it comes to my culture I think that it is a mixture of both individualistic and collective. I am Hispanic background and growing up my parents encourage independence and push us to become assets to society. As a result that would but a emphasis on ourselves…

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