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Digital Girls - Quiz 4

 

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1)
The digital media world is an ever-present factor in the lives of today's adolescents. Which answer is correct according to the research in addressed in this Study Guide 4?
 
Boys are more likely to carry their phones with them at all times.
Girls age 14-17 send and receive 100 texts per day - twice as many as boys.
Girls and boys spend equal amounts of time playing video games and visiting YouTube.
 
2)
The increasing expectation for female adolescents to 'just be a good girl' can be fulfilled through ________.
 
spending less time focusing upon social media like Facebook and Twitter.
social media, because it can communicate popularity, organization, 'niceness', good academics, and the ability to please others.
 
3)
What's true about the impact of social media upon adolescent interaction?
 
Personal information is no longer private: Social media has made it public and tangible.
Personal content has a high level of searchability and spreadability.
It has changed everything about how girls interact with each other.
All of the above.
Answers 1 and 2 only.
 
4)
Social media provides a sense of control by allowing girls to curate their own “brand.”
 
True False
 
5)
This material acknowledges the fact that despite the 'positives' that can come from increased social interaction and expression of 'self',
 
girls look to the content displayed in social media for reassurance that they are attractive, cool, and well liked.
social media provides the ILLUSION that it can answer the questions which plague most adolescent girls.
social media ultimately exacerbates these questions, putting girls on an emotional roller coaster, which has significant implications for mental health.
the content of social media can result in anxiety, depression, insecurity, exclusion, anger, hurt, and self image issues.
all of the above
 
6)
A major factor discussed here, is this: Despite more opportunities to connect with others outside one's family, there is also more opportunity _________________
 
to learn the value of contemplation.
to be excluded indirectly, based upon intangible issues.
 
7)
A recommended therapeutic technique with girls who are experiencing emotional fallout from content on social networks is _________________ to teach effective response to social network 'crisis'.
 
the use of a Reaction Matrix,
daily journaling,
 
8)
Helping adolescents understand the DYNAMICS of the Instagram 'Ecosystem' -- i.e., why do people 'Like' a photo on Instagram -- .
 
prompts understanding that 'self-advantage' can drive the actions of others within social media.
conveys the message: You are not the sum of your 'likes' and 'friends.'
educates that Instagram and Facebook are 'socially motivated' and may not have much to do with you.
all of the above
none of the above
 
9)
Girls are more likely than boys to have been cyberbullied, and to have cyberbullied others in their lifetime, and to spread rumors online about others.
 
True False
 
10)
In the area of Digital Self-Harm: What percentage of youth surveyed report using the Internet to bully themselves?
 
7%
9%
15%
22%
 
11)
Internet-based apps and activities for girls which support mental health and skill building include which below?
 
eCBT Calm (an app from the iTunes App Store)
Diary Card (Dialectical Behavior Therapy - DBT Diary Card - an iPhone app)
11 Social Skills (11 Social Skills and Life Skills - an app from the iPad App Store)
all of the above
 
12)
Online networks and resources are not yet accessible to parents, to assist them in learning behavioral health strategies for teaching their adolescents about responsible social networking, drugs, and alcohol.
 
True False
 

 

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