increasingly conscious of brands and images.Social media influence can also be indirect. For example, this mightinclude sexualised images and content on Instagram, Snapchat,Facebook, and YouTube. This kind of media influence can suggest toteenagers that certain ways of behaving and looking are ‘normal’.The issue is do social media give positive influences more than negativeinfluences or vice versa.On this occasion, we shall have our prominent panelist whom I believeshall enrich our insights and knowledge because most of them have a lotof knowledge and experiences regarding this topic.First, let me introduce to all of you about our panels for today. We have theproposer side, which is first, Harith Shafiq Shaharun who is a universitystudent. How are you feeling today? Next, is Nur Zulaika, a lecturerfrom UiTM Puncak Alam. How are you doing Miss? Next, we move to the opposer side. We have Dr. Erina, a ConsultantPsychiatrist at Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur. Love to see you here.Next, Prof. Madya Firdausas an Expert in Human Behavior atUniversity Malaya. Thank you for coming sir. And the finally, we haveHafiz Zulfikri who is a father to 3 children. How are you sir?