Social Media Youth Activism : The Studies
The results of these studies about Social Media Youth Activism are different.
The Role of Social Media in Reducing Youth Infectious Activity on Social Media
An inquiry about the risks of social media, youth, and environment infectious activities on social media can help provide insights into effective ways to reduce these threats. In Indonesia, the Saveshark campaign on Twitter is a clear example of an advertising campaign that uses the power of communication to encourage safe gaming behavior. This campaign has received national attention and has generated a lively discussion about how best to keep our youngsters safe online. The Saveshark campaign uses a number of innovative techniques such as creating over 10,000 landslide photos from user-uploaded photos in order to generate lures that can be clicked on. The Campaign also featured frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about safer gaming behavior which have been tweeted by @savesharkcom and later shared with other Indonesian Retrieved the Saveshark website. Through the public response and Muslim celebrations around Eid al-Fitr in Sepember, we saw a surge in online game traffic most notably from Facebook2 as users visitingwww. Facebook www reported getting their news about games not being compatible with Ramadans fast period via Facebook comments. While it is unfortunate that some games may not be compatible with Ramadans fast period, overall thisCampaign shows great diversity in how different sectors are using social media to.
The Role of Social Media in the lives of Citizens
A review about the effects of social media activism on the lives ofcitizens in a digital age has shown that the medium can be both positive and negative, as it can help or hinder people's ability to share and communicate their thoughts. In this study, citizens were inquired about how social media activism has affected their daily life. The results showed that some people found it helpful to be more informed about controversial social issues and what was happening in the world around them, while others found it difficult to access information on relevant topics because of the online captioning capabilities of social media. Overall, this study found that different groups of people have different opinions onsocial media activism and its effects on their lives.
Theisks of Social Media Use and Civic Engagement in Nigerian Context
A study about the relationship between social media use and civic engagement in Nigerian context has been conducted. The #Endsars protesters in late 2020 by Nigerian youths against police brutality have generated considerable discussion. The issue of social media being used to promote democracy and control over one's own life behaviours has been brought up as a major concern.
The Effect of Social Media on Moroccan Youth: A Call for More Engaged Civic Activism
A journal about the effects of social media on Moroccan youth online found that because of the constantly-growing influence of social media, teens are more engaged in their civic activities than ever before. These young people use social media to share their thoughts and feelings about the world, and they also use it to communicate with each other. According to the study, Moroccan youth have turned to social media as a way to stay connected with other people and to involvement with relevant events. They also value using social media for political engagement. The study's authors say that this change in behavior is a reflection of the growing trend among young people around the world for more organized and vocal expression of interest in public life.
The Uses of Online Tools in Youth Activism
An article about one youth activist indicates that social media activism, identity development, and critical education are important connections for activists. This youth activist is very interested inographies of history and has started a blog to share her findings. She also uses online tools to connect with others and learn more about their cultures. Her activism has helped her develop her identity as anOK1 youth activist and she is now more likely to understand critical education skills.
The Role of Social Media in Activism: What Adults Find Useful and What They Don't
A journal about one half of the aged 12-17 logs on to their networking websites daily. One-in-five of them seeks information about political parties and issues on these websites.Sixty percent claim that social media is helpful in understanding politics, compared to 26 percent who say it is not.While there are mixed opinions on the effectiveness of social media as a tool for activism,the majority of (aged) people in this population seem likely to use it at some point during their lives.
Facebook's Revolution Outreach: A Page That Uses Social Media for Activism
A study about three Facebook pages with the most likes proves that social media can be a powerful tool for activism. The pages in this study are example of Pages that use social media to connect with their audience and share information. The most popular page on Facebook is the page for Revolution Outreach, which has over 800,000 followers. This page focuses on reaching out to people who want change in the world and CFL pamphlets are distributed through this website. Another Page that has been witness to great activism is Black Lives Matter, which has over 390,000 followers on Facebook. This Page uses social media to create awareness of important issues around race and crime and also distribute pamphlets about these topics.
Working-Age Adult Addiction: The Reality
An inquiry about the experiences of working-age adults, who are in their prime years of life, showed that working-age adults generally have positive and negative experiences when it comes to work and work addiction. In fact, most working-age adults reported feeling addicted to work in some way. On the one hand, a majority (62%) working-age adults reported feeling almost or completely addicted to their jobs. Additionally, a majority (58%) estimated that their job has caused them much emotional pain over time. The study also found that people make more mistakes when they are addicted to work than when they are not addicted to work.
The Harmful Effect of Slacktivism
An evaluation about the harms of slacktivism has been conducted by a team of researchers. Their study found that the practice can be harmful in many ways, including helping to produce feelings of entitlement and pseudo- fandom, contributing to the decrease in critical thinking skills, and hampering social development.
'Slacktivism and Crime: A Study of Indonesia's Recent Trend'
An evaluation about the incidence of slacktivism and its threat to society has recently been conducted in Indonesia through the usage of social media platforms. This study found that there has been an increase in slacktivism, or actions that are aimed at protester than protesting. The study also found that this trend is likely to lead to increased instances of crime as protesters become more "slacktivist". This paper will describe the study and provide implications for policymakers and social media users.