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Impacts of New Media on Teenagers Student Name College Name Impacts of New Media on Teenagers In the past one decade, significant developments have been witnessed in communication as new media has spread worldwide (Jones, 2003). This development has led to the lessening of the ease and time of communication between different places in the world thus the expression “global village." According to Jones (2003), new media is now the largest and fastest growing medium of mass communication in the world and is increasingly becoming embedded in every aspect of everyday lives.
New media is especially applied through social media by teenagers to create their own social networks and interact with others through them Veltman (2006). Many researchers continue to investigate the impacts of social media on society with different studies focusing different specific segments, including youth, children, young adults, adults, and even the elderly. Even though a lot of research has been done on the impact of social media on the youth and particularly teenagers, not much has been covered about new media in general. Social media is just part of new media and there is still a significant gap in knowledge about how to minimize the negative impacts of new media on teenagers (Gross et al., 2002). According to Veltman (2006), new media is a broad term encompassing the amalgamation of traditional media with the interactive power provided by modern information and communication technology, including computers; computer enabled communication devices, and the Internet. ...
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