Pew Research Center – Teens, Social Media & Technology 2018
Lots of articles on specific topics.
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Child Mind Institute – How Using Social Media Affects Teenagers
How social media can affect relationships and relationship skills, cyber-bullying, the imposter syndrome, stalking and being ignored, advice for parents.
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VeryWell Family – Surprising Ways Your Teen Benefits From Social Media: More Than a Vehicle for Cyberbullying
Focus on the benefits of social media for teenagers.
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The Washington Post – Five ways social media can be good for teens
Benefits of social media.
WebWise – Social Networking Advice for Teenagers
About. Webwise is the Irish Internet Safety Awareness Centre which is co-funded by the Department of Education and Skills and is co-financed by the European Union’s Connecting Europe Facility.
American University – 5 Ways to Reflect the Best You and Stay Safe on Social Media
5 tips from the college perspective – relevant for high school.