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ARTICLE #26: SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE INTERNET ON ADOLESCENTS
MAIN IDEAS The researchers believed that after the online communication and chat rooms became viral, the adolescents will have no social connectedness and well-being. They then figured out that they were wrong. They found out that online communication helps the adolescents social connectedness and well-being rather than reduces it. The researchers came up with three assumption about online communication and how it affects the adolescents. First, online communication stimulates online self-disclosure, second, online self-disclosure
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People I thought were my friends insulted me publicly on those sites and took pictures of me when I wasn 't looking and put them on the internet to humiliate me. Those social network have a negative effect on everyone 's well-being. For six years, I came home crying from school, crying myself to sleep every night because of what was happening. Cyber bully is horrible and affected me and others. The bullying only stopped when I changed from high school to college and deleted my Facebook. Now that I have no social network, no online communication sites, it is now that I feel good and that I have the best friends I can have. These social connectedness
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ARTICLE #26: SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE INTERNET FOR ADOLESCENTS

weren 't made on Facebook or any other online communication network but by myself and in college. I only have one friend that I have since high school and she 's the only one I need to have. Although I think it is best for me not to have access to any social network, I still believe that for some people it could be something that helps their well-being and their social connectedness.

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