Annotated Bibliography

Dominique Mosby
April 10, 2014
Annotated Bibliography

Cotterell, John. Social Networks and Social Influences in Adolescence. Routledge, 1996. Web. 10 Apr. 2014.
This source speaks on the different behavior in adolescence due to social networks. It points on how the friendships, cliques and gangs form due to these networks. In addition it points out how social networks are a health risk and cause aggression. This source ties into my topic simply because of the different negative effects.

Klofstad, Casey A., Anand Edward Sokhey, and Scott D. McClurg. "Disagreeing About Disagreement: How Conflict in Social Networks Affects Political Behavior." American Journal of Political Science 57.1 (2013): 120-134. Business Source Complete. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
This source speaks on how social networks may have an effect on politics. It talks about the different behaviors and attitudes of politics with social networks. This source is worth using because it has effects of social networks with politics.  Politics are big and politics control the world.

Rosenquist, J. N., J. H. Fowler, and N. A. Christakis. "Social Network Determinants of Depression." Molecular psychiatry 16.3 (2011): 273-81. ProQuest. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
This source speaks on how social networks can cause depression. It was a study done and there are stats on how many people experience depression from social networking. This source is worth using because it has a main point of my argument, which is a negative effect of social networks. The article mostly speaks on depression with teens and young adults.

Reyns, Bradford W. The Anti-Social Network: Cyberstalking Victimization Among College Students. El Paso: LFB Scholarly Pub, 2012. eBook Academic Collection (EBSCOhost). Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
This source speaks about social networking and stalking in college students. It speaks on how a student being stalked can become annoyed. A student can also become scared and stressed over the situation. This source is worth using because of its content and credibility.
Fournier, Angela K., et al. "Alcohol and the Social Network: Online Social Networking Sites and College Students' Perceived Drinking Norms." Psychology Of Popular Media Culture 2.2 (2013): 86-95. PsycARTICLES. Web. 10 Apr. 2014.
This source has done research of alcohol related incidents in college. It speaks on the social networks having to do with the alcohol patterns in college. Pointing out the alcohol representation on social networks. This source is reliable because it has research behind it.
McGrath, Leanne C., PhD. "Social Networking Privacy: Important Or Not?" Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research In Business 3.3 (2011): 22-8. ProQuest. Web. 10 Apr. 2014.
This source debates whether social network privacy is important. It was research that stated 45% of people read the privacy policy of social networks. They also had the type of negative effects of not caring about the privacy policy. This means the people who do not have their page private. They can receive negative comments or spam which would annoy someone. This is credible source because of research done.
Ellwardt, L, Labianca, G, Wittek, R. "Who are the Objects of Positive and Negative Gossip at Work? A Social Network Perspective on Workplace Gossip." Social Networks 34.2 (2012): 193-205. Web. 10 Apr. 2014.
This source speaks on gossip in the workplace because of social networks. It points to who can be the person of positive gossip versus the individual of negative gossip. Both sides are compared in this source. This source is good because it compares both sides without any bias. The workplace is a big spot where people are social network active for some part of the day. That is why this is a good source based on the percentage of people at work using social networks.
Elphinston, Rachel A, and Patricia Noller. "Time To Face It! Facebook Intrusion And The Implications For Romantic Jealousy And Relationship Satisfaction." Cyberpsychology, Behavior And Social Networking 14.11 (2011): 631-635. MEDLINE Complete. Web. 22 Apr. 2014.
This article speaks on another issue on social networks having to do with relationships. It speaks on how social networks can create jealousy. It states Facebook can create surveillance behavior. This can cause relationship dissatisfaction, which causes arguments. After the arguments a break and then starts drama within the Facebook community.

Feinberg, Ted, and Nicole Robey. "Cyberbullying." The Education Digest 74.7 (2009): 26-31. ProQuest. Web. 27 Apr. 2014.
This source shows how students get cyberbullied. There are ways to prevent the bullying in this article. There are also ways to know when someone being bullied. They also have some stats to show students bullied. This source works for me because it focuses on one of my main topic. It also has good detail on what cyberbullying contains.

Piotrowski, Chris, and Peter J. Lathrop. "Cyberstalking and College-Age Students: A Bibliometric Analysis across Scholarly Databases." College Student Journal 46.3 (2012): 533-6. ProQuest. Web. 30 Apr. 2014.

This source shows the different ways that students are stalked. They show how many people were stalked in a study. It also talked about women are less likely to be stalked than men are. It also speaks on how stalkers are well educated and mostly over the age 16. This source is good because cyberstalking is one of my main topics for my project.

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