Prepare a 4–6 page written presentation on the controversy in psychology regarding: Use of electronic technology and well-being. Internet addiction or social media and bullying versus the benefits of technology for learning and self-improvement. Please, thoroughly explain both sides of the controversy, analyze the research related to the controversy, and explain the implications of the research findings.
DETERMINE WHICH SIDE MAKES THE MOST COMPELLING ARGUMENT.
Explain both sides of the controversy from a psychological perspective. (This should be done within your introduction.) Analyze the research on the controversy from differing perspectives. Present one side of the controversy and the research that supports it. Be sure you explain how the research was conducted, as well as any assumptions made by the researcher(s). Present the other side of the controversy and the research that supports it. Explain how the research was conducted, as well as any assumptions made by the researcher(s). Explain the implications of the research findings. Be sure you include any ethical implications. (This should be done as part of your conclusion.) Additional Requirements Include a title page, abstract, and reference page. Number of pages: 4–6 of content, in addition to a title page, an abstract, and a references page. MUST INCLUDE at least 5 current scholarly and PEER REVIEWED professional resources. APA format. Times New Roman font, 12 pt. Double-spaced. RESOURCES (you may add more if you find even more supporting evidence):
1) Pea, Roy (2012). “Media use, face-to-face communication, media multitasking, and social well-being among 8- to 12-year-old girls”. Developmental psychology (0012-1649), 48 (2), p. 327. https://books.apa.org/pubs/journals/releases/dev-48-2-327.pdf 2) Tartari, E. (2015). Benefits and risks of children and adolescents using social media. European Scientific Journal, 11(13), 321–332. Retrieved from https://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/download/5654/5480
3) Why do we ‘like’ social media? Ciarán Mc Mahon considers the psychology behind Facebook and more. https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/volume-28/september-2015/why-do-we-social-media 4) Social impact in social media: A new method to evaluate the social impact of research Cristina M. Pulido , Gisela Redondo-Sama, Teresa Sordé-Martí, Ramon Flecha Published: August 29, 2018https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0203117 https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0203117
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