1 in 7 people now have an active facebook account and it’s growing by second. People from work, your mom, your dad, uncles, or that “khale” (aunt) from Iran who won’t be happy to see the pictures of your shenanigans are looking. So what are you supposed to do? Do you add them or avoid posting pictures of your “sheytooni”?
So are social networks just a desperate attempt for attention through likes and comments on our status and photos or is it actually a useful tool to stay in touch with loved ones and network. Iranican Live asks your favorite
psychologist, Mrs. Bolandi to speak of Social Networking sites, and the effects they have on our lives.
In addition we’ll talk to Assyrian Iranian American San Jose Earthquakes Soccer Player who is close to joining Team Melli (Iranian National Team), Steven Beitashour. We will be taking a break in the month of August. We will miss you dearly in this time, but we’ll keep active on iranican.com and facebook, while planning for a better season of Iranican Live to come back in September!
- Steven Beitashour
- Iranian Heritage Night in San Jose CA with Steven Beitashour
- Facebook use may cause depression in teen girls
- Facebook use NOT linked to Depression