A Literature Review of Social Media Use by Health Care Providers
Social Media Use Among Nurses: Literature Review
A recent social trend of children and adolescents developing materialistic behaviors have been increasing at a shocking rate. Parents are beginning to question the effects of social network and media on their children. Literature Review Social media networking sites have been an anomaly for the past decade and they are still continuing to grow. Social media creates a platform for companies to talk to their customers as a hybrid element of promotion mix. With the emergence of social media, the tools and strategies for companies to connect with customers have also changed Mangold.
Social media applications are increasingly prominent among youth. This systematic review provides a comprehensive assessment of the literature on the relationship between active social media use, sleep quality, and common mental health outcomes anxiety, depression, and psychological distress among youth. Thirty-six cross-sectional studies and six prospective cohort studies met the inclusion criteria.
Introduction: The relationship between narcissism and social media use has been a topic of research since the advent of the first social media website. While numerous meta-analyses have been conducted to synthesize empirical evidence on the association between narcissism and typical online behaviors e. The current study represents the first systematic review on this topic. We found 14 empirical studies on narcissism and PSMU. Results: Consistent results were reported regarding the positive and significant association between grandiose narcissism and PFU 0.