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Have you ever done something solely to try and fit in with friends? If so, you’ve participated in a behavior that was motivated conformity, or the willingness to adjust your actions so they more readily reflect certain perceived social norms. If drug usage is involved consequences might be detrimental. This presentation gets down to the causes and effects of conformity in illegal drug usage.
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This infographic on teen driving safety talks about the most dangerous times for teenagers to drive, provides some staggering statistics, suggests tactics for parents to use in educating their children on driving safety, and offers recommendations on the safest automobiles.
visualized by: Epiphany Solutions
Smartphone deprivation syndrom seems a fitting term variation that best describes the situation with smartphone addiction that hits both teens and adults worldwide. This report spotlights the situation in the UK market.
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Along with the striking internet growth rises the threat of cyber bullying, trolling and general obtrusive behavior or malicious attacks against teenagers who are unsuspectingly surfing the interwebs. This infographic addresses the issues that parents encounter in the effort of monitoring internet usage of their child.
visualized by: Doctor Who?
See what teens say about cyberbullying and which are the main attack-channels that parents shoud take into consideration.
visualized by: Creative Graphs
Overview of the teenage consumers’ spending as part of the overall spending in American economy. It is estimated that teens total at 25.6 Million generating a whopping $208.7 Billion expenditure among the markets. Aren’t they a considerable cog of the US economy engine?
visualized by: Brigit Gilbert
Exchange of pornographic material among teens has been a rising trend the last years. Learn what goes around and realize the risks involved.
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Teens and adults are texting or talking behind the wheel. 5 seconds of distractive driving are enough to cause a crash. See the facts.
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What are the issues that mostly concern the teens and future graduates who have taken the cold shower of recession? Optimism is the cure.