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Markwei, Lecturer, School of Information and Communications Studies, University of Ghana, Doreen Appiah, Principal Technologist, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Institute for Scientific and Technological Information Markwei, Evelyn D. The Impact of Social Media on Ghanaian Youth: A Case Study of the Nima and Maamobi Communities in Accra, Ghana. Social media has been widely adopted in the twenty-first century, with high enthusiasm among youth around the world.

Research on new media practices in Ghana has been described as wide open, with very few studies focusing on youth social media use.

Their findings posited that Internet-based blogging is a viable intervention to help adolescents with social-emotional difficulties.

The researchers also saw it as an enhanced form of writing diaries, since it offers the writer not only text, but pictures, movies, and links to other web pages, while expressing themselves, sometimes anonymously.[xxvi] A few studies in Africa have discussed various aspects of social media use by youth.

Some of the most popular SNS include Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Pinterest, Google , Tumblr, Instagram, Flicker, Vine, Meetup, Ask.fm, meet me, Snapchat, vk.com, Tagged, Classmates, My Space, You Tube, Picasa, the Student Room, the Math Forum, Cy World, Lunar Storm, Whats App, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, MSN Messenger, and so on.[xix] Trends in Youth Social Media Use A Pew Research Center report from 2013 finds that Facebook is the most preferred social media platform of young people in terms of numbers of registered users.[xx] A 2015 Pew report indicates that 71% of U. Additional purposes include keeping in touch with friends, developing contacts, consuming content (such as watching music video and advertisements), browsing through profiles, exploring self-identities, sending instant messages or text messages, and joining groups.[xxiii] Another recent Pew Research Center report finds that the majority of U. teens (92%) post their real names to their Facebook profiles, followed by posting their interests (84%), birth dates (82%), relationship statuses (62%), and videos of themselves (24%).[xxiv] Another U. study explored the use of SNS as a source of information for teens.

It investigated the question-asking-and-answering practices of 158 high school students on popular social networking sites.

A Short Profile of Nima and Maamobi Nima and Maamobi are twin communities in the Ayawaso East constituency of Accra.

This constituency is located within the eastern part of the Accra Metropolitan Area of the Greater Accra Region of the Republic of Ghana.

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One hundred fifty youth ages 11–19 and five adult Internet café attendants participated in the study.Buildings include poor-quality material such as mud walls, zinc roofing sheets, and untreated timber.[iv] A report by the Earth Institute Millennium Cities Initiative describes the two suburbs as illegal squatter settlements rapidly undergoing physical and social decay.The report further indicates a high prevalence of both organized and petty crime, leading to stigmatization of residents, especially young people.[v] Social media offers young people several benefits and opportunities, including access to information, extended social networks, social skills practice, identity expression, informal learning opportunities, interest-based groups, development and maintenance of friendships, and fun.[vi] Social media has been described as an important part of a young person’s life and a platform for experimentation, creative self-expression, and identity formation.[vii] The increased use of social media, or social network sites (SNS), by youth across the world has several risks and consequences.The two suburbs have been categorized by the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) as low-income and non-indigenous (dominantly migrant) areas.The populations of Nima and Maamobi are 69,044 and 49,812, respectively.

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