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First, the concerning news: Social media use is way up and smartphones are now near ubiquitous. But teens also say that using social media strengthens their friendships with family and friends, provides them a valuable source of creative self-expression, and makes them feel less lonely and more connected. They are fully aware that spending time on their smartphones detracts from homework and face-to-face communication, and they know that tech companies are out to get their attention, designing products to keep them tethered to their phones. In a way, teen attitudes sound a lot like those of grownups: Social media is an inevitable part of life, with upsides and downsides, and they are dealing as best they can. The survey is self-reported, which means it has limitations. We can pretty easily delude ourselves, not to mention others.
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They send Snaps to check in with friends, post photos on Instagram to document fun happenings, make plans on the fly, all while binge-watching Netflix on their phone. But what are they really doing online? And, how does their sometimes sleep-deprived and cranky teen selves show up online? As parents, there are plenty of ways we can encourage them to make better decisions online, not to mention, IRL in real life. Don't know what Snapchat is? Download it.
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It is everywhere we go. When we turn on the television, some company is marketing a new brand of clothing that is "the next best thing. However, I do believe that young girls need to learn how to perceive and react to social media, pop culture and entertainment in a more positive way. This isn't taught in schools, and I highly doubt that our parents can honestly understand social media to understand its effects. The media advertises Photoshopped images of models that often influences girls to believe that if they buy this product or clothing of theirs, they will achieve a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction that is only achievable through this purchase.
In fact, out of this recent search, guess how many teens were in the public eye for something unrelated to crime, violence, arrest, death or other trouble? Now I'm sure if I dug deeper and checked other teen-specific and good news sites, more would have popped up because positive stories about America's teens do exist -- they are just, unfortunately, overshadowed by the ones that paint our youth to be violent, drug-addicted, alcohol-drinking delinquents. Sure, some are. But a lot aren't.
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