Social Media Demographics Canada : The Studies
Here are a few excellent Social Media Demographics Canada studies that are still relevant today.
The changing media landscape of millennials
An evaluation about modern media demographics found that millennials (ages 18-34) are more likely to use social networking platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and Linkedin than elders. They are also more likely to prefer online content that is easy to find and read.
The Role of Social Media in Canadian Adults and Young People
A study about social media in Canada found that there are various ways in which social media can be used to connect people with each other and share information. They found that online platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn are popular among Canadian adults and young people. Canadian adults use social media to communicate with friends and family, search for information, and learn about new trends. Young people in Canada use social media to find out about their school and local communities as well as learn about the latest news.
'Twitter Use among Social Scientists: A Review'
An evaluation about recent Twitter use among social scientists has found that many of them use the medium deeply plugged into their work -- with some using it more than others. While the majority of social scientists engage with Twitter for research, publication, or teaching purposes, there is also a growing number that are using it for public engagement and marketing. The study, conducted by Cardiff University's Department of Sociology and released this week in the journal " Social Science & Medicine," looked at tweets from 326 social scientists between July 2014 and February 2015. Out of this sample, 68 percent reported using Twitter at least once a day during that period. The most popular social media platforms used by social scientists were Facebook (C2) and LinkedIn (L2). While there is a wide range in terms of what social scientists tweet about, the majority of tweets are focused on scientific orParameter studies. A majority (72 percent) report tweeting about new scientific findings, followed closely by Tweets about their latest published article(s). Social scientists also commonly share photos or videos related to their research, with 51 percent Tweeting about resources they have used in the past month. The studyFurthermore provides interesting insight into howTwitterBy its nature can replicate more thoroughly than any other contact.
'Journal Media Group lags behind most American media companies in body mass index'
An evaluation about the Journal Media Group found that they have 2,800 employees. The study found that the majority of their employees are women (71%),single (98%) and older than sixty-five years old (93%). The study also found that Journal Media Group have a lower body mass index than most other American media companies.
The Negative Effects of Digital Media Use on International Student Welfare
A research about the demographics, social media use and perceived academic stress experienced by international students found that a high percentage of the studentsfeel stressed due to their academic workload. Additionally, they felt that social media has become anextra-curricular medium that becomes a meddlesome concernpursuing their studies. The study also found that international students face greatpressure to maintain good relationships with family and friends as well as struggling withperforming satisfactorily in college level examinations. Althoughstudies suggestthat using internet and digital media canrelieve stress, more research is needed to detect thepositive or negative effects that these devices may have on student welfare.
The Role of Digital Media in Canadian Journalism
A study about the popularity of digital among Canadian news media has revealed that the majority of members believe the quick and easy access to digital information is a contributor to their overall success. The study also found that digital is an essential tool for journalists as it offers them an immediate and continuous connection to their readers/ viewers.
The Influence of Social Networking Sites on Teenage Girls' Personas
An evaluation about the demographics of Twitter users in a city suggests that teenage girls are greatly influenced by the architecture of social networkingsites when creating personas for their online lives. The study took interview data from teenage girls living in three cities- Los Angeles, New York City, and Chicago- to explore their use of social media sites.stantin Popov, Nadja Jamail, Stefano Saviano"Twitter City and Facebook Village: Teenage girls' personas and experiences influenced by choice architecture in networking sites."of Practice., vol. 15, no. 2, 2014., pg. 71-91.
Research Impacts Professional Development and Individual Productivity
A study about the impact of research on professional development and individual productivity was conducted. The study found that research has a significant impact on professional development. Professional development can be improved if researchers are able to effectively integrate research with their work. Individual productivity was also found to be improved when researchers were able to use research forms poorly or not at all.
TWEET TALK: Hungarys Teenagers Use Social Media toExpectorate Dangerous Activities
A study about problematic social media use among cell phone users in Hungary revealed that the percentage of teenagers who visited a website or app with an out-of-school or dangerous activity as a reason for using it was high (86%). Additionally, almost half of the adolescents said they looked at unacceptable content on social media while doing other activities, such as music listening or ordering food.