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Case Studies of Young People’s Health-Related Uses of Social Media - "Fake"

Goodyear, V.A. and Armour, K. and Wood, H.E. (2017) Case Studies of Young People’s Health-Related Uses of Social Media - "Fake". [Video]

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These case studies demonstrate the varying ways young people use social media and the impacts of this behaviour on their health and wellbeing. The case studies are based on evidence generated with 1296 young people who worked with us to communicate their experiences of social media. This work was supported by the Wellcome Trust [201601/Z/16/Z]

The case studies are relevant to adults who have a responsibility for young people’s health and wellbeing. If you would like to use these videos in your professional organisation or would like more information about the project please contact Dr Victoria Goodyear (v.a.goodyear@bham.ac.uk).

This case demonstrates the influences of specific social media accounts on young people’s health-related understandings and behaviours

Type of Work:Video
Department:School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences
Subjects:Q Science > QP Physiology
R Medicine > RC Internal medicine > RC1200 Sports Medicine
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Funders:Wellcome Trust
ID Code:3059

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