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Joy5 years ago can you give me the link in what part of Dr Larry Rosen's reserch is that?. AuthorKristin Trapp6 years ago from IllinoisThanks for your input thruthfornow. Facebook-using students also made less money during school from part-time work, putting in around five hours per week as opposed to 16 hours per week for a typical, unplugged counterpart. Skip to toolbar Toggle navigation My OpenLab Home About People Courses Projects Clubs Portfolios Help Sign Up Log In . Social media-using students were twice as likely as other students to feel well-liked by their peers and to participate in extracurricular activities. Their lifestyles are changing and want to build up relationships with people who are very hi-fi in their outlook. jacqui20116 years ago from Norfolk, UKMy eldest daughter is constantly on facebook. These days teens are facing different situations due to social media. I think too much technology is certainly a bad thing and is while more information may be available, with video games and social media, I don't see it improving the intelligence of our youth, but creating a lazier and less active generation. Learn more about accessibility on the OpenLab Copyright Creative Commons - Attribution - NonCommercial - ShareAlike New York City College of Technology City University of New York top . Some people are facing addiction disorders with Facebook, they cant get rid of their addiction for Facebook which results in wastage of time and damages their health. I really appreciate your point of view from someone who is part of the initial facebook generation, as you put it. Not only do grades and finances suffer, but students might actually end up feeling more depressed or lonely. Students who use Facebook and hit the books simultaneously found their multitasking led to 20% lower grades than those of their more focused peers. funmontrealgirl6 years ago from MontrealI truly agree with this. Or, you can try finding it by using the search form below.Search this websiteSitemapPages:#5684 (no title) #7381 (no title) #7218 (no title) #9397 (no title) About Gradebook Achievements Activate Alumni Signup Form Blogs Community Activity Data Science: Data Is Everywhere, Harness It! 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Top 15th for the sixth year in a row! ITACS Spans Continents With New Expansion into China New MIS faculty bring expertise in healthcare, social media, analytics and machine learning Scholastic joins IBIT Dr. Of course this creates opportunities for bullying, rumor-spreading, and so much more. Thanks for writing a much needed hub. Thank you for your comments and for sharing this with others. Wassonwrote a new post, Important Links, on the site MIS3501-DATA CENTRIC APP DEV Sec 3 Anthony Messinacreated the site MIS4596 SEC 002 Spring 2018 Patrick J. george5 years ago there are a lot of postive an negitve reports on teens for face book i like it. Since it first appeared in the year 2004, Facebook has rapidly turned into a big pastime for many individuals. Wassonwrote a new post, Important Links, on the site MIS3501-DATA CENTRIC APP DEV Sec 4 Patrick J. There is a whole set of new language or dialect that has been brought into effect by the people using Facebook on a regular basis. Being a teenage is hard, and almost everyone struggles socially during that age. Related posts: What is Politeness? Top 20 thought provoking effects of over population What is a PHARM Party and how Teens are affected with it? Top 5 major Economic Effects of Recession on Economy Share. Thankfully this was all in his last year of high school and he is also at college where he has had no problems.Very interesting and informative hub. This is my opinion but I don't think that you should ever put your address, or your phone number, or your location, I never do any of that because people can find out all about you in one second. 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ShaamCA5 years ago from IndiaAmong teenagers , facebook has created a great impact .must say many have become an addict towards facebook .they spend most of the time in this only ,though it is useful but there are lot of negatives in it .this hub has clearly explained it. Technology has changed the way we communicate, for better or worse, and Facebook, like anything else, should be used in moderation. Anna5 years ago I go on facebook waaay too much!. Earlier it was worded that were used to express ones feelings but in the Facebook lingo, emoticons are the new language. When parents are aware and informed then they can try to control the situation more. 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