Sex, Social Media & Young People   @Katie_bacon
Introduction            Delivers social media training across the UK.  Practical engagement training and online interventi...
How are young people using            hhj   social network sites?            jkjl
Platform-hoppingDigital dimensions of young peoples lives
EU Kids Online Report25,000 children, young people & parents  Digital natives know it all.  Only 36 per cent of 9-16-year-...
Hanging out,Messing about,‘Geeking’ out.
UN Rights of the ChildTim Davies:Rethinking Responses to Young People and the Internet – beyond Opportunity and Risk – EU ...
UN Rights of the ChildProvisionTim Davies:Rethinking Responses to Young People and the Internet – beyond Opportunity and R...
UN Rights of the ChildProvision                                                                                           ...
UN Rights of the ChildProvision                                                                                           ...
Digital Youth Work Practice Model                            Support                            Campaign                  ...
PROFILE
PROFILEConnect with peer group
PROFILEConnect with peer group   Intensiveinterventional    support
PROFILEConnect with peer group   Intensiveinterventional    support
PROFILE         GROUPSConnect with peer group   Intensiveinterventional    support
PROFILE          GROUPSConnect with       Campaign peer group      Support Group   Intensiveinterventional    support
PROFILE          GROUPSConnect with       Campaign peer group      Support Group   Intensive      Categorizeinterventional...
PROFILE          GROUPSConnect with       Campaign peer group      Support Group   Intensive      Categorizeinterventional...
PROFILE          GROUPS         PAGEConnect with       Campaign peer group      Support Group   Intensive      Categorizei...
PROFILE          GROUPS          PAGEConnect with       Campaign       Promote peer group      Support Group    Provision/...
PROFILE          GROUPS           PAGEConnect with       Campaign       Promote peer group      Support Group    Provision...
“Blended facilitation”          Offline Online
“Blended facilitation”          Offline Online
“Blended facilitation”          Offline Online
“Blended facilitation”          Offline Online
“Blended facilitation”          Offline Online
“Blended facilitation”          Offline Online
“Blended facilitation”          Offline Online
“Blended facilitation”          Offline Online
“Blended facilitation”          Offline Online
Collaborative               Relevance  process                    to group  with young                 needs &    people  ...
www.onlineyouthoutreach.co.uk       Twitter @Katie_baconFacebook page – onlineyouthoutreach
Sex, social media and young people
Sex, social media and young people
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Presentation delivered at the Eddystone Trust Sexual Health & HIV conference on Thursdays 29th Sep. I presented an overview of social media, young people's use, models of engagement & internet safety protocols and online resources.
Website: http://www.onlineyouthoutreach.co.uk
E-mail: info@katiebacon.co.uk
Twitter: @Katie_bacon

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  • It is useful to think about how these activities are similar to familiar offline activities that young people get involved in, and how they are different because they take place digitally. Young people use social networks to keep in contact, share content about their interests (music, art, fashion, films) Some young people form new contacts and friends online. Simply they just some times ‘hangout’ nattering to each other online. They are also exploring their identity; self express, sexuality,interests, future aspirations for training or employment.\n
  • It is useful to think about how these activities are similar to familiar offline activities that young people get involved in, and how they are different because they take place digitally. Young people use social networks to keep in contact, share content about their interests (music, art, fashion, films) Some young people form new contacts and friends online. Simply they just some times ‘hangout’ nattering to each other online. They are also exploring their identity; self express, sexuality,interests, future aspirations for training or employment.\n
  • It is useful to think about how these activities are similar to familiar offline activities that young people get involved in, and how they are different because they take place digitally. Young people use social networks to keep in contact, share content about their interests (music, art, fashion, films) Some young people form new contacts and friends online. Simply they just some times ‘hangout’ nattering to each other online. They are also exploring their identity; self express, sexuality,interests, future aspirations for training or employment.\n
  • Young people are often platform hopping, think about yourself. You may have the TV on in the back ground or music and be on the computer/laptop searching for car insurance or a holiday deal. Young people consumer and share content with their peer group - sometimes - without moderating or filtering the content. They forward or share content that is not appropriate. Encourage them to breath and just slow down. Check do they have permission to share that image? Are the comments on that link positive or negative? \n
  • Young people are often platform hopping, think about yourself. You may have the TV on in the back ground or music and be on the computer/laptop searching for car insurance or a holiday deal. Young people consumer and share content with their peer group - sometimes - without moderating or filtering the content. They forward or share content that is not appropriate. Encourage them to breath and just slow down. Check do they have permission to share that image? Are the comments on that link positive or negative? \n
  • The MacArthur Foundation Digital Youth project suggests there are three main ‘genres’ of young peoples digital media use: Hanging out, messing around and geeking out. Young peoples engagement with these different types of digital media use can be distinguished between friendship driven and interest driven. \n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Since the arrival of social network sites there has been a change in the way people can communicate with each other within their peer groups, community and senior decision makers. People do not have to conform to the formal hierarchical communication structure - they can now tweet, facebook or send a youtube video message to convey their views about a service, experience or aspirations.\n
  • Since the arrival of social network sites there has been a change in the way people can communicate with each other within their peer groups, community and senior decision makers. People do not have to conform to the formal hierarchical communication structure - they can now tweet, facebook or send a youtube video message to convey their views about a service, experience or aspirations.\n
  • Since the arrival of social network sites there has been a change in the way people can communicate with each other within their peer groups, community and senior decision makers. People do not have to conform to the formal hierarchical communication structure - they can now tweet, facebook or send a youtube video message to convey their views about a service, experience or aspirations.\n
  • Since the arrival of social network sites there has been a change in the way people can communicate with each other within their peer groups, community and senior decision makers. People do not have to conform to the formal hierarchical communication structure - they can now tweet, facebook or send a youtube video message to convey their views about a service, experience or aspirations.\n
  • Universal: Youth workers are equipped to respond to young people's online social networking - All workers have experience of what SNS are & understand the basic safety and opportunity issues associated with them. They are able to apply good youth work practices and responses to online social networking related issues. \n\nWidespread: Youth workers are equipped to use online social networking as a youth work tool - Some workers are confident in using SNS as a tool in their work with young people for individual communication, closed group work or promoting youth work activities and opportunities. \n\nSpecialist: Youth workers are equipped as an online social networking (and social media) specialists - A small number of workers are equipped to run dedicated projects using SNS and to support other staff members making use of SNS. They may also be equipped to operate as online outreach workers. \n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
  • Many young people do not like being in front of the camera or it is not appropriate for them to be identified in photo or film clip.\n
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  • The key to generating traffic and visits to the social network profile, group or page is Blended facilitation. You need to interlink the offline with the online. Capture the activities taking place offline and post online, with comments to help frame and create an audience which hopefully will comment and contribute. Keep it human and not just a notice board, post jokes, funny photos and comments about your day - they need to connect with ‘you’ the person not the organizational logo/brand \n
  • The key to generating traffic and visits to the social network profile, group or page is Blended facilitation. You need to interlink the offline with the online. Capture the activities taking place offline and post online, with comments to help frame and create an audience which hopefully will comment and contribute. Keep it human and not just a notice board, post jokes, funny photos and comments about your day - they need to connect with ‘you’ the person not the organizational logo/brand \n
  • The key to generating traffic and visits to the social network profile, group or page is Blended facilitation. You need to interlink the offline with the online. Capture the activities taking place offline and post online, with comments to help frame and create an audience which hopefully will comment and contribute. Keep it human and not just a notice board, post jokes, funny photos and comments about your day - they need to connect with ‘you’ the person not the organizational logo/brand \n
  • The key to generating traffic and visits to the social network profile, group or page is Blended facilitation. You need to interlink the offline with the online. Capture the activities taking place offline and post online, with comments to help frame and create an audience which hopefully will comment and contribute. Keep it human and not just a notice board, post jokes, funny photos and comments about your day - they need to connect with ‘you’ the person not the organizational logo/brand \n
  • The key to generating traffic and visits to the social network profile, group or page is Blended facilitation. You need to interlink the offline with the online. Capture the activities taking place offline and post online, with comments to help frame and create an audience which hopefully will comment and contribute. Keep it human and not just a notice board, post jokes, funny photos and comments about your day - they need to connect with ‘you’ the person not the organizational logo/brand \n
  • The key to generating traffic and visits to the social network profile, group or page is Blended facilitation. You need to interlink the offline with the online. Capture the activities taking place offline and post online, with comments to help frame and create an audience which hopefully will comment and contribute. Keep it human and not just a notice board, post jokes, funny photos and comments about your day - they need to connect with ‘you’ the person not the organizational logo/brand \n
  • The key to generating traffic and visits to the social network profile, group or page is Blended facilitation. You need to interlink the offline with the online. Capture the activities taking place offline and post online, with comments to help frame and create an audience which hopefully will comment and contribute. Keep it human and not just a notice board, post jokes, funny photos and comments about your day - they need to connect with ‘you’ the person not the organizational logo/brand \n
  • The key to generating traffic and visits to the social network profile, group or page is Blended facilitation. You need to interlink the offline with the online. Capture the activities taking place offline and post online, with comments to help frame and create an audience which hopefully will comment and contribute. Keep it human and not just a notice board, post jokes, funny photos and comments about your day - they need to connect with ‘you’ the person not the organizational logo/brand \n
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  • When creating a social network profile, group, forum and page - you need to actively involve the young people who you are trying to establish and maintain contact with. This will ensure that it is fit for purpose, a collaborative learning experience, promotes trust and ownership and keeps it local and relevant.\n
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  • Sex, social media and young people

    1. 1. Sex, Social Media & Young People @Katie_bacon
    2. 2. Introduction Delivers social media training across the UK. Practical engagement training and online interventional support. Young people & Social Media Model of practice & development Blended facilitation.http://www.onlineyouthoutreach.co.uk
    3. 3. How are young people using hhj social network sites? jkjl
    4. 4. Platform-hoppingDigital dimensions of young peoples lives
    5. 5. EU Kids Online Report25,000 children, young people & parents Digital natives know it all. Only 36 per cent of 9-16-year-olds say it is very true that they know more about the internet than their parents. This myth obscures their needs to develop digital skills. Everyone watches porn online. One in seven children saw sexual images online in the past year. Even allowing for under-reporting, this myth has been partly created by media hype. Offline risks migrate online This is not necessarily true. Young people who lead risky offline lives are more likely to expose themselves to danger online, it cannot be assumed that those who are low-risk offline are protected while online.
    6. 6. Hanging out,Messing about,‘Geeking’ out.
    7. 7. UN Rights of the ChildTim Davies:Rethinking Responses to Young People and the Internet – beyond Opportunity and Risk – EU Kid Online II – September 2011
    8. 8. UN Rights of the ChildProvisionTim Davies:Rethinking Responses to Young People and the Internet – beyond Opportunity and Risk – EU Kid Online II – September 2011
    9. 9. UN Rights of the ChildProvision ProtectionTim Davies:Rethinking Responses to Young People and the Internet – beyond Opportunity and Risk – EU Kid Online II – September 2011
    10. 10. UN Rights of the ChildProvision Protection ParticipationTim Davies:Rethinking Responses to Young People and the Internet – beyond Opportunity and Risk – EU Kid Online II – September 2011
    11. 11. Digital Youth Work Practice Model Support Campaign Educate
    12. 12. PROFILE
    13. 13. PROFILEConnect with peer group
    14. 14. PROFILEConnect with peer group Intensiveinterventional support
    15. 15. PROFILEConnect with peer group Intensiveinterventional support
    16. 16. PROFILE GROUPSConnect with peer group Intensiveinterventional support
    17. 17. PROFILE GROUPSConnect with Campaign peer group Support Group Intensiveinterventional support
    18. 18. PROFILE GROUPSConnect with Campaign peer group Support Group Intensive Categorizeinterventional group work support
    19. 19. PROFILE GROUPSConnect with Campaign peer group Support Group Intensive Categorizeinterventional group work support
    20. 20. PROFILE GROUPS PAGEConnect with Campaign peer group Support Group Intensive Categorizeinterventional group work support
    21. 21. PROFILE GROUPS PAGEConnect with Campaign Promote peer group Support Group Provision/ organisation Intensive Categorizeinterventional group work support
    22. 22. PROFILE GROUPS PAGEConnect with Campaign Promote peer group Support Group Provision/ organisation Intensive Categorize Interactiveinterventional group work notice board support
    23. 23. “Blended facilitation” Offline Online
    24. 24. “Blended facilitation” Offline Online
    25. 25. “Blended facilitation” Offline Online
    26. 26. “Blended facilitation” Offline Online
    27. 27. “Blended facilitation” Offline Online
    28. 28. “Blended facilitation” Offline Online
    29. 29. “Blended facilitation” Offline Online
    30. 30. “Blended facilitation” Offline Online
    31. 31. “Blended facilitation” Offline Online
    32. 32. Collaborative Relevance process to group with young needs & people aspirations Ownership Keep it Trust Local & specific
    33. 33. www.onlineyouthoutreach.co.uk Twitter @Katie_baconFacebook page – onlineyouthoutreach

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