Social Networking and youth India

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Youth and Soical Networking

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EVERGREEN PUBLIC SCHOOL SOCIAL NETWORKING & YOUTH

The Focus:

The Focus What is Social Networking Site Some statistics – its huge, FB has become synonymous The advantages and disadvantages Indian Perspective How to know you are addicted to it How can we utilize the tool efficiently

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10% of population is using internet and Social Networking Total Facebook Users 62963440 Position in the list 3 Penetration of Population 5.37% Penetration of online population 68.55%Average Expenses Rs. 17/Day Indian Perspective Statistics

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FACE BOOK USERS AGE WISE IN INDIA

Teen Internet Use :

Teen Internet Use 93% of teens ages 12-17 go online 76% have their own computer 81% go online everyday 53% use their phone to get online 37% send messages everyday 90% teen comment in friend’s wall 90% comment on friends pictures 67% teen are friend with strangers ( Dangerous) 77% hide their contents from parents 83% teens are look, gander or like oriented

CYBER BULLEYING :

CYBER BULLEYING Cyber bullying is intending to harm or embarrass a peer over the internet. 42% of children have been victims of cyber bullying. 35% have been threatened. 58% have not informed their parents of this harassment. 41% did not even know the identity of the person threatening them.

Some SNS:

Some SNS

Some statistics:

Some statistics According to the Nielsen Company, the global average time spent per person on social networking sites is now nearly Two and half hours per day, with Facebook accounting for the majority of that time. Nielsen measured social network usage per person across 10 countries. (statistics 6 months before)

Some statistics:

Some statistics Facebook is the number-one social network destination worldwide and accounts for nearly six hours ( 150:52:00 ) per person with the average user logging in more than 190 times per month. What that boils down to is that the time spent on Facebook is almost five hours longer than the time spent on MySpace( 0:59:33 ), the second closest social network in terms of time spent on site per person.

Advantages:

Advantages Low Cost Fast & effective Informative Stay Connected, Live Academically a boon Diminishing Distances Govt. Schemes and Plans Gazettes and Notifications Working Groups, Revolutionary Tool Pin pointed hunting User Groups , discussions, Conclusions & Analysis One platform gathering Speak to whom you want etc Find solutions to your needs..

Disadvantages:

Disadvantages Lack of Anonymity: You are putting out information about your name, location, age, gender, and many other types of information that you may not want to let others know. Scams and Harassment: There is a potential for failure of security in both personal and business context Impersonation: Others may be impersonating you Time Consuming: If this is not your kind of thing, that it would just be a waste of time for you. If you are not cashing the advantages then think twice before login.

Explanations of Danger :

Explanations of Danger Unauthentic , Uncensored Higher chances of Manipulation Fake identity and Profile Tracking of your interests and hobbies Bullying Infidelity Obscenity Chasing and Following Impersonation Irrelevance

Never Do:

Never Do Post your Phone Numbers publicly Post your Address Publicly Manipulate other’s information Post irrelevant & Obscene comments Exceed your friend Limit Public your intimate relations Continue same password for long period of time Waste your time

Signs of good Networking :

Signs of good Networking Friends list containing Parents or family peers Including Family Photographs, events or occasions Academic and Social referrals Redemption of petty discussions Least or No networking at Night hours Educational and valuable content discussions Least negativity Reference of virtues, Religions, deities,

Reasons for getting into it :

Reasons for getting into it The advantages stated in earlier slides are only the reasons after you join the SNS Technological advancements Easy Internet People are becoming IT aware More user’s aware of using Internet Other than using to increase performance by improving task management computer users tend to browse Internet. Reason: its easier to click tempting links Easy and handy gadgets became available – touchphone’s etc. It is becoming a shame not having an account in SNS

Reasons for getting into it :

Reasons for getting into it Many sites are integrating SNS sign in to validate registration to their sites. The diverse the nature of registration to different SNS, the more you require to create accounts in different SNS. You friend circle varies from different SNS, so you end up opening account everywhere. Your friend requested you to join. MY FRIEND REQUESTED ME. MY DEAR GOOD FRIEND!!

SNS Profiles – a sense of Self Worth:

SNS Profiles – a sense of Self Worth

SNS Profiles – a sense of Self Worth:

SNS Profiles – a sense of Self Worth Humanistic psychologist Abraham Maslow developed a theory that humans have three basic needs. One of these was the need for love, affection and belongingness. Humans need a sense of self-worth. A Facebook profile (or similar others) has become the perfect tool for people to let the world know all about their interests, their thoughts and their life.

How to know you are addicted:

How to know you are addicted When you type the first alphabet the url of the sns pops out. (if caching is enabled). The first website you hit into is not your email, but facebook , twitter or myspace . If you have started stalking - unwanted attention by individuals (and sometimes groups of people) to others. Friend updated his status. Lets see who commented. You keep the cell phone in your reach. You have Internet connection at your home, but your mobile GPRS data charges are increasing.

How to manage and use it.:

How to manage and use it. No strict rules as such. You can block the site Application within an organization But its not practical always (it also aids in communication) Limit bandwidth usage. But what to do for home use? I am the master of my own machine – so be self conscious. Apply security settings and time of day for your children when they use the computers.

Some way outs:

Some way outs Google chrome extension Chrome Nanny. With this extension you can specify the time of day you want to block a website and the days of a week you want to block it. You can also pinpoint the maximum time you want to spend on the website in a day in the hours it is not blocked. This makes it good so that you are reminded that you spent say 30 minutes on Facebook today and its enough for today.

Some way outs:

Some way outs Firefox has a similar extension, Leech block that works in a similar manner. If you try to access blocked site in the given time or after you crossed the time limit for the day it shows you a white page with some text on the homepage of the site you are looking for. Also look into minutesplease.com , which also helps you restrict the usage after the specified minutes.

For Parents :

For Parents Don’t force kids to quit Be friend with your kidz Surf their activity with their permission or desire Listen their aspects Watch their involvement Restrict or limit mobile networking Refer them (If) valuable contents or sites Night Networking Restricting

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Don’t: Accept anyone who you do not know as a friend. Do: Be aware that users can search for you by anything in your profile (Family, Friend, Institution etc.). Control who sees your page. Set your privacy settings so only “friends” can review your information. Stay away from sites that cannot be closed to the public. Don’t: Join groups that may be considered unprofessional or inappropriate, and leave any such group that you are already a member of. Do: Monitor comments that are posted to your page. Delete any with inappropriate language or content. Monitor your friends’ Facebook photographs. If someone “tags” you in an inappropriate photograph, remove the tag and ask that the photo be taken down. On Facebook, disable the Google search function. Don’t post: Vulgar or obscene language, materials, photos or links that may be considered inappropriate or unprofessional. Don’t post: Any negative information about your students or school administrators. This includes information that can easily identify a student or administrator. Do: Use common sense when you’re using social media.

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