Imagine that you are doing a project on what teenagers in Zetland use social networks for. You have found some data on the subject-the results of the opinion polls (see the diagram below)
Comment on the data in the table and give your opinion on the subject of the project.
Write 200-250 words
Use the following plan:
- make an opening statement on the subject of the project
- select and report 2-3 facts
- make 1-2 comparisons where relevant
- outline a problem that can arise with using social networks and suggest a way of solving it
- conclude by giving your opinion on the role of social networks in our life.
Recent studies show that social networks are in demand nowadays, especially among teenagers. To learn more about it, I have found some information on what teenagers in Zetland use social networks for. As a part of my project, I have analyzed some data and come across some interesting findings.
According to the data presented in the diagram, youngsters have a wide range opinion when it comes to the usage of social networks. The majority of the respondents enjoy listening to music (52%) whereas writing a blog is the least popular choice (4%). Finding interesting information is also quite popular as well as watching films, making up 11% and 10 of the respondents respectively.
It is noticeable that there is a substantial difference between the most popular and the least popular choice of usage of social networks: predictably listening to music is at 13 times more popular than writing a blog. The difference between figure for chatting with friends and finding interesting information is also considerable. It is less than 15% which is surprising because both of these activities are favoured by adolescents.
The data seem to indicate that teenagers in Zetland like using social network as almost all the people in the world. The problem is that today’s adolescents have become addicted to different Internet sites. As a result, teenagers become antisocial and almost not to go out. The best solution is to minimize the usage of the Internet by setting up a special time- tracking system.
In conclusion, I firmly believe that the role of social networks is hard to overestimate now. They have a leadership role in our daily lives and people cannot imagine their existence without them.