It also found that almost 15 percent admitted to having cyberbullied someone at least once, and nearly 11 percent admitting to doing it two or more times.
While The Da Vinci Code novelist Dan Brown and his contemporaries have shined a light upon some of the bigger secret fraternal organizations like the Order of Skull and Bones, Freemasons, Rosicrucians and the Illuminati, there are still other, lesser-known groups that have compelling stories of their own.
Nevertheless, the site is still where a large amount of socializing takes place, and teens feel they need to stay on Facebook in order to not miss out.
The study also finds that those who do get their political news primarily through social media tend to be less well-informed and more likely to be exposed to unproven claims that people who get their news from traditional sources.
I called it the face of evil.
Understanding: What Is Sociological Imagination? A fascinating study by the New York Times Consumer Insight Group revealed the motivations that participants cited for sharing information on social media.
I just walked into it and discovered it.
But, how is it impacting you every day? The same is true with other college-related choices, such as whether you'll live in a dorm or off-campus or if you'll pledge a fraternity or sorority.