Social media has trivial effect on teens, says UK study
Friday, 10 May 2019 () LONDON - Widespread fears over the harmful effects on teenagers of spending hours on social media could be misplaced, according to a major British study. It claims online activity has only a “trivial” effect on their happiness, flying in the face of research and the prevailing opinion of many parents. The survey of 12000 teenagers suggests that less than 1% of adolescent unhappiness can be blamed on the use of sites such as Facebook....
Social Media Has 'Little Effect' on Teens, Study Says You may have heard that social media is devastating to teen self-esteem. This might not be the case. A study of 12,000 UK teens suggests that social media's effects on their life satisfaction are tiny. The study asked 10 to 15-year-olds how long...
According to a report by Reuters, US pop singer and actress Selena Gomez took aim at social media platforms and their detrimental effect on young people, claiming they could be dangerous and contribute..
During a panel at Cannes on Wednesday (May 15) to promote the 72nd annual film festival's opening movie, Jim Jarmusch's horror comedy 'The Dead Don't Die,' Selena Gomez lamented the effect social media..
According to CNN, Selena Gomez is expressing concern about the "terrible" effect that social media has had on her generation. Gomez, who has more than 150 million followers, says she advocates taking..
U.S. pop singer and actress Selena Gomez has taken aim at social media platforms and their detrimental effect on young people, saying they could be dangerous and... Reuters Also reported by •Bangkok Post