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The Social Negatives of Social Media & Phone Addictions

Assignment for FILM 260 (Queen's University). Summer 2017.

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The Social Negatives of Social Media & Phone Addictions

  1. 1. Cam Barry Film 260
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  3. 3. • Teens who use Facebook more often show more narcissistic tendencies while young adults show more signs of other psychological disorders, including antisocial behaviors [6]. • Daily overuse of media and technology has a negative effect on the health of all children, preteens and teenagers by making them more prone to anxiety, depression, and other psychological disorders [6].
  4. 4. • Social networking sites allow hate groups to recruit and distribute propaganda online. • Criminals use social media to commit crimes. Robbers know when you're away from your home on vacation and stalkers get information about your whereabouts via social media. • Sexual predators find, stalk, and assault victims through social media. • Security attacks such as hacking, identity theft, and viruses and exposure to phishing scams are common via social media.[5]
  5. 5. In most educational situations, you’re paying to be there. Picture a teacher, a professor, or an instructor trying to lecture a class and no one is listening due to the connectivity happening in the palms of the student’s hands. Its why elementary schools tend to have a no-cell phone policy, but that is only in recent years.
  6. 6. Your Social Media Accounts Could Effect Your Job Chances. “ ” [4]
  7. 7. The use of social network sites for personal purposes during working hours are related to: DEMOGRAPHIC PERSONALITY WORK-RELATED FACTORS • male sex • younger adults • single status • higher education • high extraversion & neuroticism • low conscientiousness • fewer challenges & demands [2]
  8. 8. Many companies have blocked social networks on their office Internet as addicted employees can distract themselves on such sites, instead of focusing on work. However, with the use of mobile devices, its harder for employers to completely cut out social media time for their employees. [7]
  9. 9. The important thing to remember is to take time with your family, friends, and peers. Spark real conversations and minimize your phone time when in the presence of others.
  10. 10. And when at work, focus on work and not social media. You just might make yourself succeed a little quicker.
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