Postive and Negative Statements on the Media Dealing with Teens.

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English IV
Social Networking among Teenagers
How does the media affects the way teenagers are today? We’ve been asked that question so many times and we have so many answers about how teenagers put their lives on hold and put the media and electronic devices first. In today’s evolving society has created numerous social networking websites. Many of the users are teenagers and it has become a main factor in the way they conduct themselves positively and negatively. Teenagers today fines the media more comforting each and every day, we now that the reason why we communicate through the media is because it gives us the update on everything we need to know about our society and celebrities who inspire us. From TV, newspapers, radios, computers, to cell phones and magazines is where we get all our sources whether it’s important, bad or exciting teenagers are drown to media world, this leaves a big impact on them that could be harmful to their lives. Communication is the exchange and flow of information and ideas from one person to another. It’s also one of the main developments in the media world, once you have the chance to communicate with your friends and family throw out the web or any of the other sources everything becomes an eye opener when you communicate. Teens communicate throughout the world in many different ways, but it’s how they communicate with each other that could make the media distract them from constructive work. We know that teenagers communicate mostly throw the web on their devices, and when they do so it’s mostly about drama in their life or gossips about the fame world. Sometimes it can be harmful or harmless depending on the situation. For example based on the survey chart of teens and the media 90% of teens are on Face book, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube and Instagram ,93% are on their cell phones or skpeing. This all proves that teens spend more of their valuable time communicating with the media then with their family at home....
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