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ARTS1091 Short Essay

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Short essay based on radicalization and adolescent usage on social media, negative efffects

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Digital media Human rights Digital rights Structure Terms of service Communication New media Social media Privacy Social networking service Technology Internet privacy
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Digital media Human rights Digital rights Structure Terms of service Communication New media Social media Privacy Social networking service Technology Internet privacy
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Media technologies such as social media application and internet enable users to access to massive information and allows active interaction between users. This allows individuals to develop connection and share ideas beyond the physical border. However, this new way of interaction raised concern in regards to online safety and stresses especially to adolescent. Also, the massive and fast spread of contents of media technologies provide a perfect platform to spread radicalization or terrorism which in turns cause national threat to the society. Numerous scholars have investigated these impacts with empirical research with the aim to provide a scientific knowledge of the cause and effect in order to stop strategic development. Media technologies have largely integrated into adolescent's daily ritual as it able to foster a richer and deeper r...
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