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sad study for Facebook that Whatsapp is more expressive for teengers about themselves

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The teengers perceived the WhatsApp group as a space that breaks down the hierarchical division created at school.
“In the WhatsApp group, everyone can talk to everyone else.
The WhatsApp group is like a class team-building day,” one participant commented.
However, the WhatsApp groups break down these divisions and make the class a single, homogeneous group.
The findings showed that WhatsApp groups allow teenagers to express themselves in ways that they cannot at school, helping them develop closer and more open relationships with their classmates.

WhatsApp allows teenagers to better express themselves

The teenagers perceived the WhatsApp group as a space that breaks down the hierarchical division created at school.
The findings of a study showed that WhatsApp groups allow teenagers to express themselves in ways that they cannot at school, helping them develop closer and more open relationships with their classmates.
“In the WhatsApp group, everyone can talk to everyone else.
The WhatsApp group is like a class team-building day,” one participant commented.
However, the WhatsApp groups break down these divisions and make the class a single, homogeneous group.
WhatsApp allows teenagers to better express themselves

Teenagers find it easier to express themselves on WhatsApp groups: Study

Teenagers find it easier to express themselves on WhatsApp groups: Study

As it stated in Teenagers count as most notable users of the messaging service and a recent study has found that they’re able to better converse with their peers and express themselves on WhatsApp groups.
One of the participants described WhatsApp groups as a safe haven for communication with their classmates.
The WhatsApp group is like a class team-building day and helps make the same a single, homogenous group.
This research study has been conducted by Arie Kizel from the University of Haifa in Israel.
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