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The Dangers of Social Networking Sites. Kristi Paulsen Ms. Lamor English Comp 101. 1. Social Networking Site Definition:. Online Service Enables Communication Sharing of photos Profile viewing Downloading music. 2. (Boyd and Ellison) . Cyberbullying:.

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the dangers of social networking sites

The Dangers of Social Networking Sites

Kristi Paulsen

Ms. Lamor

English Comp 101

1.

social networking site definition
Social Networking Site Definition:
  • Online Service
  • Enables Communication
  • Sharing of photos
  • Profile viewing
  • Downloading music

2.

(Boyd and Ellison)

cyberbullying
Cyberbullying:
  • Definition: Children being tormented by peers online (Stop Cyberbullying 1)
  • 17.3% of middle school students are victims (“Are Social Networking Sites Good” 9)
  • Many negative results of cyberbullying

3.

unhealthy addiction
Unhealthy Addiction:
  • Increasing popularity of social networking sites
  • Unhealthy dependency
  • Lack of human interaction
    • Hinders social life
    • Harms education
    • Diminishes chances at obtaining a job

5.

4.

online sexual predators
Online Sexual Predators:
  • Profiles are open information
  • Deceptive Identities
  • Internet Crimes Against Children Program
    • 2,329 cases of online predators (2005) (Hoover 3)
  • Crimes connected to MySpace

6.

opposition
Opposition:
  • Age restrictions
  • Optional privacy settings
    • Profile viewing
    • Photo Sharing
    • Comments
  • Users able to report abuse

7.

8.

refuting opinion
Refuting Opinion:
  • Lack of age restriction enforcements
    • 7.5 million Facebook users under 13 (Puzzanghera)
  • Automatic public settings
  • Lack of service personnel
    • MySpace: 100 service

personnel/73 million users (Hoover)

9.

conclusion
Conclusion:
  • Social networking sites are dangerous due to:
    • Risks of cyberbullying
    • Lack of personal interaction
    • Risks of online sexual predators

10.

bibliography
Bibliography:

"Are Social Networking Sites Good For Our Society?" Social Networking ProCon.org. ProCon.org. Web. 24 Oct. 2011. http://socialnetworking.procon.org/.

Baker, Rosland K., and Katherine M. White. In Their Own Words: Why Teenagers Don’t Use Social Networking Sites. Mary Ann Liebert, Inc, 2011. PDF.

Boyd, Danah M. and Nicole B. Ellison. Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, October 2007. Vol 13: 210–230. Web. 2 Nov. 2011.

Hoover, Nicholas J. "Beware Child Predators -- Teens hang out on social Web sites-but so do sexual predators. They need our help staying safe." InformationWeek. 01 May. 2006: 34. eLibrary. Web. 24 Oct. 2011.

Puzzanghera, Jim. "TECHNOLOGY; Facebook gets grilled in hearing on privacy." Los Angeles Times. 20 May. 2011: B1. eLibrary. Web. 24 Oct. 2011.

Siegle, Del. "Facing Facebook: A Guide for Nonteens." Gifted Child Today Magazine. 01 Apr. 2011: 14. eLibrary. Web. 24 Oct. 2011.

"Statistics." Facebook. Web. 25 Oct. 2011. <http://Facebook.com>.

Stop Cyberbullying. WiredKids, Inc. Web. 1 Nov. 2011. <http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/index2.html>.

Sweeny, Rebecca. "Social Networking Sites; More Harm Than Good? - Online Conference On Networks and Communities." Home - Online Conference on Networks and Communities. 27 Apr. 2011. Web. 08 Nov. 2011.

picture citations
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