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The Dark Side of Social Media

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Tweeting and friending used to conjure up images of birds and human contact.
Tumbling meant rolling down a sloped hill and “Myspace” referred to the personal area one
called his own. Today, all these words revert back to one image: humans spending unlimited
amounts of time in front of a computer screen, “socializing.” The generations that precede the
current are always looking for an outside force to blame for the corruption of youth, and today
social media takes the cake. This corruption has been the increasing cause of clinical illnesses,
behavioral changes, and suicide.

The invention of the internet brought many exciting avenues to investigate. World
Wide Web users quickly realized that they could easily make contact with people outside their
immediate area without ever leaving their homes or picking up a phone. Connecting with
family overseas or making cyberfriends hailing from exotic hometowns quickly grew to be the
norm and letters and phone calls quickly became obsolete. The first major social networking
site, Myspace, was geared towards teenagers ...

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word. The problem is, the effects can be everlasting.

Works Cited

Gordon, Serena. "Social Media has Good and Bad Effects on Kids: Experts." U.S. News: Health. 28 March 2011: 1-2. Print.

"Social Media and Kids; the Good and the Bad." Kvue. ABC, 19 Aug 2011. Web. 28 Feb 2012.

"Social Networking's Good and Bad Impacts on Kids." American Psychological Association. (2011): 1. Web. 28 Feb. 2012.

Welsh, Jennifer. "Is Constant 'Facebooking' Bad for Teens?."LiveScience. (2011): 1. Print.

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