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  • isha

    June 26, 2023 at 10:40 PM

    Few people are convinced that social media services have adverse effects on individuals and the public. I completely agree with the statement, because social browsing has more cons than pros. This essay will enlighten the reader on the negative sides of the media on people as well as civilization.

    The unhealthy impacts of social platforms on an individual are mainly an increase of peer pressure, addiction, and the risk of being conned by the false information that is spread on the sites. Let’s see how peer pressure is developed in an individual. If a person browses the media and watches all the things shared about others lifestyles, he or she will gradually compare himself with others who barely know him, which in turn will lead to depression and also foster the tendency to engage in either self-harm or criminal thoughts, just to be acknowledged and respected in the community.

    Another important outcome of its usage is addiction. These days, many teenagers are interested in getting more likes, subscribers, comments, etc., than others, which is leading to a ” win at all costs attitude,” whether by uploading inappropriate content or by posting wrong information. Because of this misinformation, society is being robbed in some way or another. Every now and then, we come across an article in the news regarding cyber trafficking and online frauds, just because we blindly trust whatever information is posted on the internet.

    Despite all this negativity, there are a few positive impacts of social media, such as the study related contents provided and the ability to obtain up-to-the minute news. So, by limiting the browsing time, sharing what is relevant online, and trusting only the entrusted channels, we can reduce the ill impacts on this society.

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