Social NetworkingBook - 2015
This timely essential book examines the positive and negative effects that social networking has on teens. It explores the new challenges for teen identity development, and explores the ways that social networking makes their lives better, including as an educational tool. The essays are arranged in a fascinating for-or-against format that allows different points of view to be evaluated by your reader. Is social networking to blame in the rise of self-centered behavior? Does it impair our ability to socialize in real life? Does it enable real political change? This book will give your readers the answers.
Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. :, Greenhaven Press,, 
Branch Call Number: 302.231 S678i
Characteristics: 103 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm