Young people who don’t use the internet or get involved in social networks are at risk of becoming outcasts.
A study carried out by the Reina Sofia Centre has affirmed that most of the social activities of 16 to 24-year-olds depend on the internet to some degree.
Consequently, those who don’t go online are in danger of being marginalised.
With two out of every three adolescents using social networks on a daily basis, they are a fundamental part of life for this age group.
Anyone who cannot access these groups loses out in terms of building personal relationships and obtaining information about local events, job opportunities and leisure activities.