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Analysis of negative effects on social media

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DOI: 10.23977/jfsst.2021.010914 | Downloads: 9 | Views: 134

Author(s)

Ru Wei 1

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1 School of Management Science, Chengdu University of Technology, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610000

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Ru Wei

ABSTRACT

Social media is very important to the development of society, but there are big differences on the advantages and disadvantages of social media. This study attempts to evaluate the negative impact of social media, in order to provide a useful reference for social media platforms to reduce the scope of negative impact, and for public institutions to formulate social media management solutions.

KEYWORDS

Social media, Psychological distress, Objectify self-concept, Adverse influence on behaviors

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Ru Wei. Analysis of negative effects on social media. Journal of Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology (2021) 1: 97-99. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jfsst.2021.010914

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