Survey Finds Facebook Is The Most 'Abusive' Social Media
The survey for Stop Cyber Bullying Day (16th June) shows the scale of racist, religion based, and homphobic abuse seen online
The report highlights the positives and negatives of social media with young people's well-being, identity, lifestyle, relationships, and fear of missing out
Warwickshire's Director of Public Health’s annual report informs local people about the health of their community, as well as providing necessary information for decision makers in the local public sector on health gaps, inequalities and priorities that need to be addressed.
The theme of this year’s report is the impact of social media on the health and wellbeing of Warwickshire’s young people.
In total, over 2,000 of Warwickshire’s young people responded to a survey asking how they use social media and the ways that it affects them.
A video has been made to highlight some of the findings and responses from young people living in Warwickshire, which can be viewed below:
Some of the findings include:
The full report can be viewed here.