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Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey

Carolina Ramos Chavez A01213822

English Advanced II

Pete Green

“Facebook the new addiction of teenagers around the world”In the last decade, the Internet has revolutionized the way people work, interact with others and to live in society around the world, making the job easier but at the same time is damaging the privacyand the interaction between people; Facebook addiction causes a long time psychological problems. The social web offer unreal ideas to the society that are out of the reality, affecting the potentialdevelopment in teenagers. In the world, everyday is announced a new story about the consequences of excessive use of social webs; robberies, kidnappings are carried out by the extra personalinformation that is on the walls of Facebook. Sitting in front of the computer all day, playing games, chatting and opening a lot of applications just for fun instead making the normal activities until thepoint cannot leave it, are every day activities of the teenagers around the world. Facebook is like the sea because is beautiful from outside, but when been there is encounter a lot of dangers that caneat slowly. Facebook creates new pshicologycal trends that directly affects society.

Facebook can cause irresponsibility in people. In a report of a CNN program, specialist said that they hadseen a lot of cases in the last decade. A teenager confessed: “I spend about 20 hours a week on the social networking site, half the time in work” (Clayton, 2009). This girl said that she spends moreand more time in Facebooj, instead of taking care of her daughter. Her daughter needs to do her homework without the help of her mother because she prefers to spend the time chatting in this socialwebsite to stay with her.

Symptoms that started with only irresponsibility grow until the effects on your brain distort your reality! Psychologists found a relationship between usual activities...
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