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Social media has risen to prominence in recent decades, especially with the advent of digital technology. Although there are numerous beneficial aspects of social media, such as quick and global contact, it is also important to recognise that there is adversity connected with its use across gender, age, and culture.

In today’s world social media has lot of impact on teenagers, it is influencing positively as well as negatively. In the positive sense it can influence to do greater things in life and it is a great opportunity for vibrancy of potential development of carrier.

We no longer have to depend on our home telephone answering machines or snail mail to communicate with people since we are linked everywhere we go. We can instantly communicate with anybody on platforms like WhatsApp, Twitter, and many other social networking sites by just opening our computers or picking up our phones.

You can connect with individuals from all over the world via a social networking site. Use social media to stay in contact with old friends who have moved across the nation, relatives, or to meet new people from areas you’ve never heard of.

Gone are the days of waiting for the news or the newspaper to arrive at six o’clock. To stay up with what’s going on in the world, all you have to do is go to social media. We will also be able to customise our news and information discovery experiences by selecting precisely what we want to follow.

Business owners and other alternative professional groups are eager to use social media to engage with current consumers, sell items, and increase their reach. Many entrepreneurs and businesses rely almost exclusively on social media and would be unable to function without it.

In the negative sense it may influences the teenager and may not be identify what is good and what is bad, what is real and what is fake, what is moral and what is immoral, which is valuable and which is not. According to the “Indian Telecom Regulatory Authority” (TRAI), Indian teens and students use 164.81 million social media websites.

Feeling driven to do what everyone else is doing on social media or being the target of cyberbullying may lead to poor self-esteem.

Because people are now constantly connected and can access a friend’s social profile with a click of the mouse or a tap on their smartphone, using online interaction as a substitute for face-to-face interaction is becoming much easier. Some people believe that social media encourages delinquent behaviour.

Sleep disruption and sedentary lifestyle habits: since social networking sites are all accessed via a computer or mobile device, they may promote excessive sitting in one spot for an extended period of time. Similarly, staring at artificial light from a computer or smartphone screen around midnight can disrupt your ability to sleep well.

Parents often fear about their children’s wellbeing by using social media – and that’s if they don’t ignore the potential risks. Teenagers, though, can learn to stay secure online, and their savvy safety and protection expertise can translate to their everyday existence.

Therefore, in effect, this small book ‘Influence and Effect of Social Media on Teenagers’ is intended to promote awareness in teenagers. If the teens choose to read them with interest and absorb them in life, I will feel duly rewarded for my labour.


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