Social media impact

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1. Positive

1.1. Social media makes sharing music easier and gives up and coming artists a platform

1.1.1. Imperial Denzel Curry was featured on the XXL Freshman cover in 2016 2016 XXL Freshman Class Cover - XXL

1.1.2. How Online Piracy Hurts Emerging Artists Online piracy is still very common. Even though we have access to music much easier, it could sometimes hurt artists if someone were to download their music illegally. -Anika

1.2. Gen Z does less drugs than previous generations that didn't have access to social media

1.2.1. Gen Z Is Too Busy to Drink or Do Drugs Peer reviewed studies are showing a decrease of drug use among Gen Z which can be accounted for by the uptick in social media usage in teens. Eventhough we see a decrease, not all campaigns are successful.Why "Just Say No" Doesn't Work -Anika

1.3. Social media helps spark social change

1.3.1. Black Lives Matter "In 2015, the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) awarded $22.5 million to state and local police departments as part of their Body-Worn Camera Pilot Implementation Program" (Body-Worn Camera Laws Database). Project Semicolon – Mental Health & Suicide Prevention – My Story Isn't Over Yet

1.4. Social media benefits the travel industry

1.4.1. Social Media Impact on Holiday Travel Planning: The Case of the Russian and the FSU Markets: Business IS&T Journal Article | IGI Global Role of social media in online travel information search - ScienceDirect Social media helps more people who are looking to travel and is able to hone in on prospective clients and take them to exotic destinations.

1.5. Social media helps branches of the military recruit prospective members who otherwise would not have joined

1.5.1. The impact of polices on government social media usage: Issues, challenges, and recommendations - ScienceDirect "Government agencies are increasingly using social media to connect with those they serve. These connections have the potential to extend government services, solicit new ideas, and improve decision-making and problem-solving"(Jaeger).

2. Negative

2.1. Social media has proven to be terrible for self esteem

2.1.1. Social Media's Impact On Self-Esteem "60% of people using social media reported that it has impacted their self-esteem in a negative way. 50% reported social media having negative effects on their relationships. 80% reported that is easier to be deceived by others through their sharing on social media" (Silva). Older Adolescents' Motivations for Social Network Site Use: The Influence of Gender, Group Identity, and Collective Self-Esteem | Abstract

2.2. Social media is detrimental for one's mental health

2.2.1. 6 Ways Social Media Affects Our Mental Health Online Social Networking and Addiction—A Review of the Psychological Literature Not only can it lead to envy and jealousy, but it encourages comparing one's life to others

2.3. Social media can weaken relationships among family members.

2.3.1. The Impact of Social Media on Children, Adolescents, and Families The shift in culture causes children to be less emotionally connected to their parents and cause them to be detached.

2.4. Social media usage can lead to serious body image issues in women

2.4.1. There has been a proven relationship between social media exposure to women's body dissatisfaction.

2.5. Social media usage can lead to serious body image issues in men as well

2.5.1. The Impact of Media Exposure on Males' Body Image | Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology How Do “Body Perfect” Ideals in the Media Have a Negative Impact on Body Image and Behaviors? Factors and Processes Related to Self and Identity | Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology This issue is just as serious in men as it is in women and needs to be addressed with the same gravity as with women.