ly history, writings and theories originating from the West must be carefully re-evaluated or deconstructed for inadequacy in giving justice to the indigenous voice (Smith, 2001). Most importantly, Linda noted that these bias perceptions have reduced indigenous people and their knowledge into a commodity similar to a commodity that is exploited and used for profit. In order to undermine the hegemony of these researches, the indigenous must be given opportunities to speak directly about the feelings that have towards these ideas and images. Basing on Linda Tuhiwai’s Decolonizing Methodologies, this paper tries to develop a decolonial method to some topic of social media. The main aim of the study is to conduct a survey following the idea and awareness of decolonization. The topic of the study is; the effects of social media on teenage girls.
The survey approach: for this case, the questionnaires that incorporate measures of social media exposure such as viewing television or exposure to pornography are included. In addition, the approach will allow for a pencil-and-paper measure of antisocial behavior or attitudes.
Meta-analysis: this is the quantitative aggression of many research findings and their interpretations. Meta-analysis allows researchers to make general conclusion from an analysis of numerous studies that have been conducted concerning the research topic. In a nutshell, this method is helpful in conducting social related studies such as the effects of social media on teenage girls.
Measure: For the purpose of carrying out primary research on the effects of social media on teenage girls, the research will use an interview guideline and a survey questionnaire. The survey questionnaire is helpful in retrieving real time view of the respondents by presenting certain statements aimed at understanding respondent’s view of the particular variables. The responses will be provided by the respondents were measured with the help of a grading scale known as