Connections between Adolescence, Addiction, and Social Media: A Case Study Analysis

After reading the case study on Social Media Addiction and reading the assigned textbook chapters in Module 3: Lecture Materials & Resources, please address the following:
What are three connections between the textbook and the case study in regard to adolescence and addiction?
What can you relate to in your experience regarding this case study?
What is something you disagree with regarding the case study?
Submission Instructions:
To answer questions, click on reply at the bottom of the page. It is best practice to write your response in a word processing program like Word and copy and paste it into the reply text box. All responses should be substantial. Class discussion of the chapters assigned for each week in the Discussion Board is a significant component of this course. The class, as a learning community, relies on this asynchronous communication to engage in collective and individual knowledge construction. For each Canvas Discussion Board Assignment, all students should respond at least twice weekly to the discussion board in addition to your response to the main thread questions.
Please copy all the questions for the week, answer them, and paste your responses into the discussion board.
In addition to your response to the main thread questions, please respond substantially at least twice for the week in addition to your main thread posting to at least two classmates in your responses. All responses will be made on the discussion board.
Spelling and grammar will be factored into your grade.
The instructor will provide you with feedback either by posting in the discussion forum or in the comments section in the gradebook.
Substantive postings are those that respond to a question in a way that clearly supports a position, offers a contrasting or divergent point of view, begins a new topic, clarifies a point already made, or adds to the existing discussion by critically reflecting on what’s been said or moves the discussion in another direction. Agreeing with someone else is not a substantive posting.
Students need to first post a response to all of the questions from the main stem, then post in response to other students’ postings. Note: Given this is a fully online course, discussion board activity is vital to the class flow. Students are expected to post discussion board threads and responses by the due dates listed on this syllabus. Each Discussion Board Forum will close on the deadline listed.
Do not submit as attachments, just submit responses
Lally, M., & Valentine-French, S. (2019).
Link to Lifespan Development Textbook
Chapter 5: Middle and Late Childhood
Chapter 6: Adolescence
For Discussion:
Jain, S. (2019). A study of correlation of social media addiction and self esteem among secondary school students.…
Social Media Addiction Case Study

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