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Does social networking have a bad effect on teenagers?

  • It is bad

    It affects their brain skills so much that they will never get good degree in college if they use or depend on their phones so much. And then unless they were born rich they will end up homeless bums or addicted to weed. So then the people in poor countries don't have phones and are sometimes more successful.

  • It is bad

    It affects their brain skills so much that they will never get good degree in college if they use or depend on their phones so much. And then unless they were born rich they will end up homeless bums or addicted to weed. So then the people in poor countries don't have phones and are sometimes more successful.

  • Yes they have a bad effect on teenagers.

    One point is that they are a massive distraction. For example when they do their homework.Also it can be a serious addiction when they are using social media too often. If you check Facebook everyday you will soon go on Facebook everyday to do this. That can effect teenagers in a negative way. Another argument is that there's much misinformation on social networks. That could influence them. For example if they read wrong facts about terrorism on social networks they could use these facts in school and get a worse grade because of this. The main argument is however that teenagers can be easily targeted by cyber bullies. For example if they have unusual interests.

  • It Might Give You Depression, Mental Illnesses, and More!

    When you are constantly online, you are at risk of putting yourself in line for mental illnesses. If you or your relative or you child or whoever is online constantly for whatever reason and see a negative comment about you, that can lead to depression or arguments with your friends. It can also lead to loss of sleep by checking it constantly throughout the night. A study from the University of Glasgow found that out.

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  • Social media is a disease

    Social media takes the bad side of the internet with it's dangerous or needless trends like, "Selfie's", or "The cinnamon challenge". The dangers in that are more dangerous then their innocent looks, with selfie's it can give a stranger the leisure of knowing what a person looks like and potentially where they go. With the cinnamon challenge it could leave someone with collapsed lungs from that of even trying the challenge. Truly social media is a plague that ails our once innovative country.

  • Social media is a disease

    Social media takes the bad side of the internet with it's dangerous or needless trends like, "Selfie's", or "The cinnamon challenge". The dangers in that are more dangerous then their innocent looks, with selfie's it can give a stranger the leisure of knowing what a person looks like and potentially where they go. With the cinnamon challenge it could leave someone with collapsed lungs from that of even trying the challenge. Truly social media is a plague that ails our once innovative country.

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  • Social networking sites are unnecessary.

    I believe that social networking sites are unnecessary.

    Social networking sites may be beneficial due to high sophistication of technology, but was it really worth it? Users may have gained huge advantage, but did you know that there are many witnesses have been victimized? Did you also noticed that social networking sites can leave our identities and our locations exposed? This indicate that sooner or later we may become vulnerable to unknown threats. We didn't ask for this, but still they gave chances for the dirt-bags behind the scenes

  • Social Networking Sites Are Not Harmful

    As we all know, many of today's parents think that teens can only and only misuse these sites. But this is not true. Social Networking sites are an easy way to communicate with people. If we give too much exposure to teens then only will these sites become harmful. So according to me Social Networking sites are a must for today's teens.

  • Social networking is a must for teenagers

    Social networking is an important part of a teenagers life. Social networking provides an avenue for them to express their feelings and interact with other teenager all across the country. It also provides them a source of information as to what other teens are going through and how to overcome obstacles. I think not having social networking would isolate and limit their perspectives on life.

  • Social Networking doesn't have a bad effect on teenagers

    Social networking does not have a bad effect on teenagers. This is because of the fact that teenagers are still developing, and many teenagers will have to use next to pointless things like social networking copiously to realize the level at which they should really use them. Social networking can also land you jobs.

  • Social networking does not effect teens, unless parents let it.

    I think it is too easy for parents to blame social networking causing issues with their teenagers. The nature of social networking is a positive thing. When parents let it get out of control THEN it becomes a negative thing. So we should take a look at the parenting ways moreso.

  • No it is no more harmful than other things

    I don't think social networking has a negative effect on teenagers. It is the new form of communication in today's world. It should be used within reason and not abused. There are many worse things in the world that teenagers can get involved in then simple social media. If used correctly it is good entertainment.

  • It is your perspective.

    Depends on how you see it. Social networking sites are a way to learning as well. Children get exposed to all sorts of experiences. These experiences are helpful for them to learn and to react a particular situation they come across. Yes it can be harmful, if they are into it for long. But in a good way they eventually get to learn.

  • No, they can be on the internet and chat with there friends all they want.

    No matter how much their on there, the more they develop typing skills. That's what me and my husband decided for our 15 year old daughter and 13 year old son. Oh, and one of our family rules involve this, no facebook or twitter. Because Ashley, 15 year old girl, created a twitter account to tweet with her boyfriend and friends. We found out by looking in the history of the computer, We made her erase the account. But it is ok to have teenagers allowed on the internet always when they feel like it.


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