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Effects and cause of YouTube on youths
Vloggers are video log and blogs that are usually shortened to vlog they are the forms of blog which the Medias are using as videos and as web television. They are usually combined with embedded video texts supporting them, metadata and images or photos. The popularity of these videos are being witnessed to grow from day to day. These video bloggers nowadays renamed as loggers whose films, their ideas of thought and observations are being followed online for youths to enjoy. This has set a platform for advertisement and marketing through use of these videos. Besides the advantages or the importance of vlogging there comes the effects and disadvantages which almost outweighs the good part of blogging. Throughout this paper I will just majorly talk of the effects of vlogger videos to the youths and the cause.
Though we have seen the positive parts of the bogging videos in the YouTube, where they builds youths self-esteems and confidences. They also help youths to gain critical thinking powers as well keeping them informed of the current world news. One of the major effects and category of YouTube video blogging is all about beauty and the modes of dressing. Many of the youths are being influenced from time to time trying to adopt the mode of dressing celebrities are associated with. These videos are reaching to many of the adolescent and young girls who looks at them as the role model to follow and adapt for the beauty. This kind of effect is mostly being copied by the young girls in the sense of applying makeups, the way of presenting their skins, mode of dressing and also appearance postures. These has mislead many youths because the way these bloggers appears and presents themselves in these videos and cameras is not realistic at all.
From the beauty part of it this can also kills youth’s confidence and self-esteem in the sense that many of the girls will they are not worth to be presented or mingle with others either in critical functions or in school set up. More so in the higher level of education like universities and colleges. In addition to this video blogging also encourages time consuming in the sense that young one may spent their time just trying to how to make their hair shine, how to cloth and also trying to get makeup tips.
Also another influence is that most of the vlogging advertise are accompanied by the videos, comedies, entertainments and funny clips. These draws the attentions of the many especially youths. Due to this you may see a young one spending most of the family resources and time on blogging than any other important activities like doing homework, helping in home chores and the like.
On the other there are factors which are making the vlogging ideas appealing in the current world nowadays. A number of the causes are as follows; funny clips are frequently posted from time to time, their reliability is what is making them spread in the current generations. Where vloggers are timely and creative to catch the attention of almost both the ages of human beings. Also to touch on the variety of the clips and videos. This is totally getting the attentions of the teenagers in a greater way.
As I conclude my argument of the effects and causes of YouTube vlogging I can basically say that the commercial advantage of blogging is being outweighed by the demerits it brings. My advice is to the parents to control their children in that they will not spend their much time online for the better tomorrow.
Work cited
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