Internet Teenagers Behavior : The Studies
A paper about teenagers' risky online behaviour has shown that internal factors are the main motivating factor for these teenagers. Most of the teenagers gamble and externally use social media which can create an intense focus on their appearance and slim figure. Thanks to new technology, there are a lot of opportunities for younger generation to learn about themselves, stuff they usually wouldn't get to know through traditional teachers or magazines. So, when it comes to online risks, younger people need to be aware of their surroundings and be more responsible in their behavoirs.
An evaluation about teenagers' susceptibility to the impact of the virtual environment demonstrates that there is a large difference in the level of susceptibility between boys and girls. Boys are moreprone to be influenced by physical things and talking to others online, while girls are more prone to be influenced by pictures, words, and ideas.
A study about Romanian teenagers was undertaken to explore their factors that influence their risky Internet behavior. Seventeen high school seniors from Iasi, Romania were interviewed about how they use the Internet and identify with their developing identity. The study showed that although the teenagers have similar educational backgrounds and social circles, there are some important differences that contribute to risky online behavior. In particular, adolescents from more affluent backgrounds are more likely to use the internet for activities such as watching pornographic videos or using chat rooms for purposes such as prostitution. Identified identity issues may lead teenagers to disregard opportunities to engage in positive behaviors such as learning about computers or participating in educational programs.
A study about the problem of socialization of adolescents in online groups of deviantorientation has revealed significant differences in the needs of adolescents participating in online groups. In Groups of deviants, adolescents need belonging, support, and feedback more than they do in normative groups. These needs are exacerbated by the fact that adolescents can "embed" themselves into the communities they create, which often provides a safe place for them to share their deviant orientations. This increased sense of safety and security can lead to thinner walls between members of these communities and the adults who are supposed to represent them.
A paper about contraception in pregnant teenagers was conducted at Buddhachinaraj Phitsanulok Hospital over the period from September 2015 to February 2016. The purpose of this study was to assess characteristics, knowledge, attitude and behavior in contraception among pregnant teenagers. The study results showed that there is a lack of information about contraception among pregnant teenagers.ighty-eight percent of pregnant teenagers reported not knowing whether or not they could use contraception. Someixty-four percent said they had tried contraception but did not succeed, and one-seventh said they had never tried contraception. Fewer than one out of ten pregnancies were managed without using contraception.eleven percent of pregnant teenage girls reported using a birth control method during the course of their pregnancy, including two weeks before their due date and four days after delivery.
An inquiry about teenage patients suggests that they are Privacy-conscious and post health information on social media as a way of communicating with friends and family. The study found that most of the patients felt conflicted about their use of social media, as it revealed a lot about their personal health. However, most of the patients considered it to be a source of support and grief relief.
An article about online communication among teenagers has found that it is an important factor in the process of formation and reproduction of new social ties and relationships. The study found that different forms of Online Communication (Conversational talk, Photographs, and videos) are used by teenagers to connect with each other. The study showed thatconversational talk is the most common type of Online communication among teenagers and it is used to build relationships. It is alsoused to share personal information and buy goods. Photographs are used toattach ideas or memories to people and videos are used as a way to show off one's skills orproducts.
A study about internet use in Remaja Muslim Kota found that teenage users are more vulnerable to the negative effects of internet use, especially if they do not have digital literacy. According to the study, teenage users are more likely to be disconnected from friends and family because they use the internet for purposes such as studying or connecting with other people. In addition, they may be less interested in defaulting to conventional media sources when it comes time for important announcements or news. In other words,Teenagers using the internet face possible negative consequences due to their lack of digital literacy skills.
An evaluation about the sexual behaviours of XI-graded students in The Senior High School 6 Makassar in 2012 showed that many teenagers were trying to find their identity and figure out what they wanted from life. However, there were some students who were looking forhelp and guidance.
An article about teenage fathers and delinquent behavior found that while some boys manage to stay out of trouble, others succumb to a wave of fatherlessness and delinquency. As this trend increases in importance for generations to come, it is important that we take steps to prevention. This report has appendixes with solutions for those who are experiencing fatherlessness and delinquency.
An evaluation about cyber bullying in Indonesia revealed that the phenomenon is increasing among children and adolescents. The study found that cyberbullying can be an powerful way to hurt feelings and to prevent relationship development.Therefore, it is important to conduct a study in order to better understand the phenomenon of cyberbullying in Indonesia.
An inquiry about loneliness and Internet addiction has been conducted among students in the Northern Region of Indonesia. The study has revealed that there is a significant relation between loneliness andInternet addiction. Out of the 219 students who were observed during their academic years, it was found out that almost half of them hadborsed from social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter because of their loneliness. In addition, nearly one-third of them reported that they frequently watched videos on websites such as YouTube or Netflix when they were alone because they found it very difficult to focus on tasks at home.
An article about the psychological effects of compulsive internet use on teenager has shown that it can be a challenging topic to consider when trying to understand why adolescents engage in this behavior. However, the research suggests that there may be a few reasons why this type of internet addiction is rampant among these students. First and foremost, internet chewers often have mental health issues that can complicate their lives in other aspects of their lives as well as their school and work assignments. Second, some adolescents league with others for the purpose of engaging in compulsiveinternet use which can lead to social abandon. Lastly, although it is possible that early intervention programs are available to try and change these circumstances for addicts and those who have addicted themselves, it is also highly likely that some students will never seek help due to taboo or difficult feelings about addiction or aboutprofessional failure related to their use of the internet. This unique study offers something unique to current research on this complex issue; an in-depth look at how teenagers view and deal with online addiction issues specifically within the context of campus life.
An inquiry about how climate change affects teenagers perceptions as a basis for interventions has been conducted. The study found that most teenagers understand climate change and its effects, but are not sure what steps they can take to protect themselves. The study suggests that interventions aimed at engaging teenagers could be an important way to increase their knowledge and awareness of climate change, as well as their desire to take measures to protect themselves.
A journal about Thai teenage prostitution online has revealed that a high percentage of them are genuinely denies the act and believes only charitable organizationsLegitimate motivations behind income from sex work may vary, but some teens state that they face financial desperation and unaffordable rent and food costs. In addition, they feel social pressure to engage in sexual activities in order to secure popular crush or break into the endemic of fashionable careers. This type of lifestyle often leaves teens high and dry because there is no other way for them to make money.
An evaluation about the sexual behavior of school-aged Indonesian adolescents has found that they are less careful in the way they express their love and sexuality. This can be seen in the way that adolescents are often more free to do what they want and forget to follow moral values. The study was conducted by a business school in Kendari City, and it revealed that 71% of the teenage students surveyed admitted to engaging in sexual activities without consequences or condom use. This is very alarming, as it means that many young people are not only engaging in risky behaviors, but they also tend to forget about important moral values.
A study about the family effect on adolescents' internet use and subsequent problematic behaviors has found that there is a strongidespread familial influence on these adolescents. These teenagers often feel like they lack choice in how to spend their time, as well as their ability to voiced their concerns about the web. In spite of this, the research finds that family and friends play an important role in these adolescents' online lives and that there are many ways in which they can improve their online behavior.
An article about teenagers' use of the Internet as a resource for solving problems during adolescence was conducted. The purpose of this study was to explore how teenagers use the Internet as a resource for solving problems during adolescence. The participant's were self-conscious youths who were admitted to a treatment center for adolescents treated for psychological problems. The majority of the participants used the Internet as a resource for coping with feelings of insecurity, aimed at preventing future issues. Participants used the Internet as a form of communication for problem solving, both face-to-face and online. The results from this study suggest that teenagers use the Internet as a resource to help them cope with theirself-consciousness during adolescence and that it can be an effective tool in preventing future problems.
A paper about teen-aged deviants on social media in Indonesia has shown that many words used to describe them are "bad" or "not good." Participants in the study felt that bad words were the most commonly used to describe teenagers engaging in deviant behaviors, such as cyberbullying, non-avenging parenting, and stealing.