The Impact Of Social Media And Parenting Style On The Self-Esteem Of Adolescents - A Review-Based Analysis
Sadiqa Patel, Laveena D’Mello
Social Media, Parenting Style, Self-Esteem and Adolescents
Purpose: The time adolescents spend on social media shapes their identities and worldviews. At the same time, a parent's approach to parenting can have a significant impact on their adolescent child's sense of self-worth and mental health. It is crucial to teenage well-being that we comprehend the intricate interplay of social media and parenting style on self-esteem. The purpose of this review is to synthesize and evaluate the literature on the effects of parenting styles and social media use on teenagers' sense of self-worth. Design/Methodology/Approach: The thematic structure has been adopted based on the original research papers that have been included in this literature review. Systematic literature, resulting in the publication of 30 studies that focused on Social Media and Parenting Style on the Self-Esteem of adolescents. Systematic literature scrutiny was performed using the search words “social media” “ social media usage” “parenting” “parenting styles” “self-esteem” “adolescents “and “students” in the electronic databases Research Gate, Google Scholar, PsycINFO, and Academia. Findings/Result: The results show that using social media can have both beneficial and detrimental effects on young people's sense of self-worth. Exposure to cyberbullying and unrealistic expectations may lead to poorer self-esteem, whereas positive social interactions and support from online communities can boost self-esteem. Adolescents in the modern digital age face unique challenges, and it will be important to establish specific interventions and guidelines based on a thorough understanding of the hazards and advantages of social media, as well as the role of parenting in alleviating or exacerbating its impact. Paper Type: Systematic literature review-based analysis.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

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