• Corpus ID: 158006824

Socially Marginalized Youths' Experiences with Social Media and its Impact on their Relationships

  title={Socially Marginalized Youths' Experiences with Social Media and its Impact on their Relationships},
  author={Kira A Regan},



Too close and too far: counseling emerging adults in a technological age.

3 clinical exchanges illustrate ways to enhance interpersonal skills, develop self-awareness about emotions, and gain a clearer understanding of the intersections of social identity in this technological era.

Teens, Social Media & Technology Overview 2015

Boundaries with Social Media: Ethical Considerations for Rehabilitation Professionals

The increase in social networking media, online and distance counseling, and the ubiquitous use of laptops, hand-held devices, and internet connected devices at home and in work settings have

The Impact of Electronic Communication and Social Media on Child Welfare Practice

One hundred and thirty-six child welfare workers completed an online survey examining their experiences regarding the impact that electronic communication and social media use has had on their

'It's just a social thing': drug use, friendship and borderwork among marginalized young people.

The digital hood: Social media use among youth in disadvantaged neighborhoods

The findings reveal a dynamic and somewhat concerning interplay between the geographic neighborhood and the digital neighborhood, whereby negative social interactions in the geographical neighborhood are reproduced and amplified on social media.

Internet and Social Media Use as a Resource Among Homeless Youth

It is found that homeless youth were predominantly using e-mail to reach out to their parents, caseworkers, and potential employers, while, using social media to communicate with their peers.

Emerging adulthood. A theory of development from the late teens through the twenties.

  • J. Arnett
  • Psychology
    The American psychologist
  • 2000
Evidence is provided to support the idea that emerging adulthood is a distinct period demographically, subjectively, and in terms of identity explorations that exists only in cultures that allow young people a prolonged period of independent role exploration during the late teens and twenties.

Friending, IMing, and hanging out face-to-face: overlap in adolescents' online and offline social networks.

While the study found moderate overlap between teens' closest online and offline friends, the patterns suggest that adolescents use online contexts to strengthen offline relationships.