Issues in SOCIAL WEBSITES for Teenagers

Dear Shannon Kyle

After reading your article on the "10 Reasons SOCIAL WEBSITES Is ideal for Teenagers" I understand that your discussion is essentially that social press is great way for teens to find entertainment and also to networking. I also acknowledge the fact that social press is convenient way to grow your social circle. However, overall, I am in disagreement with your article for most reasons.

Firstly, these so called cultural circles and online friends could be anyone. Some people cause as another a person in order to lure the other person in; a term often called a catfish. This is someone who seeks to deceive the young and vulnerable teenagers of today's contemporary society into sharing personal information and pictures of themselves that can be used against them. It really is through these online invisible personas where grooming, trafficking and paedophilia come into play.

Moreover, another reason social marketing is counter-productive is basically because many young adults do not experience life personally. On the other hand, they replace true to life experiences with electronic ones. Teenagers are trapped in this exclusive truth where everything is deceptive or deceptive. Teens do not acquire the skills to meet real people and converse and interact with them face to face, thus leaving the individual with no relevant socialising skills which often leaves them struggling in life.

Social media gives a fake and unrealistic image of what teenager's should appear to be and the sort of personality they need to encompass. Mostly young girls are affected by this understanding but boys can also be affected. This false perception affects the intellects of the teens by making them feel psychologically and physically obliged to look painfully perfect. Teenager experience major changes to their appearance and personalities to try to match this fabricated and distorted image of efficiency which social multimedia enforces in the imagination of teenagers. Not merely does indeed this encourage insecurities to develop but also advocates a feeling of inadequacy among younger decades.

I do concur that social media is a simple way to share pictures and raise self-esteem. However, with the increased use of interpersonal marketing, cyber bullying is also on the increase. More than 50% of teenagers said they have received abusive feedback about their appearance and body image on social media accounts. In spite of social media systems claiming that there is no cyber bullying, cyber bullying continues to be most importantly ruining the self-confidence of teens. Cyber bullying can come in many forms

The first is by submitting a hurtful image or a video recording shaming someone else. This form of bullying is common amongst social media. Submitting a hurtful image or video tutorial shaming and making fun of another person's appears, body image or gender makes your partner often feel worthless. This form of bullying has many harmful results such as inflicting a person with thoughts of self-consciousness, making your partner choose self-harm and the most severe yet making your partner commit suicide.

The second form of cyber bullying is through harassing someone else on social advertising. This includes making rude remarks about someone else's appearance, sending rude and abusive intimidating messages directed to 1 specific person and so many more. Harassment also makes your partner feel unsafe with such unwarranted attention being inflicted with them.

The final form of cyber bullying is when an individual uses a sociable press platform to pretend to be someone else. This form of bullying is well known as catfish. That is when someone poses as someone else on a communal media accounts. The "catfish" is designed to drip out private information about the person they are posing as. Also, the 'catfish' could share untrue and probably harmful information about the other person in order to spread false rumours like wildfire and provoke gossip about that individual.

In conclusion interpersonal press deteriorates the intellects of the young, prone and gullible teen of today's population. Social media marketing instils a phony and fabricated understanding of life whether it is through image or personality. This subsequently ruins the lives of teenagers as many, if not absolutely all, become fixated on the idea of conforming to these unattainable expectations that social media dictates

Yours sincerely

Mohsin Ijaz

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