Study: Social Media Helps With Teenage Empathy, Awareness | Education News

Study: Social Media Helps With Teenage Empathy, Awareness | Education News

World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine study has found that many teens say that social media has made them more aware of the needs of others, both at home and abroad.


Despite a recent study by Stanford University, which suggests that social networking sites like Facebook and Myspace are no replacement for real human interaction, a new World Vision 30 Hour Famine study has found that these sites aid teens with developing empathetic skills.

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