Social Networking: The Evolution of Communication

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Social Networking: The Evolution of Communication

1. As the world adapts to society’s new technological developments, communication changes as well. Within the last few years, social networking sites have become a new form of interaction for people who may be anywhere from within walking distance to another continent. It has become evident that these websites have become an integral part of our world. Yet have these websites improved our interaction with other people? Or are we heading towards further isolation? In the article “Facebook and MySpace: Complement or Substitute for Face-to-Face Interaction?” from Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, Carlyne L. Kujath presents research on the effects of social networking sites (namely Facebook and MySpace) and their effects on human connection. 2. The author designed this experiment to determine if the effects of “computer-mediated communication” on relationships were geared specifically toward Facebook and MySpace. To begin, she collected data about Internet communication as a whole. In one study, Carlyne discovered that the Internet can decrease communication within a ...  

1. As the world adapts to society’s new technological developments, communication changes as well. Within the last few years, social networking sites have become a new form of interaction for people who may be anywhere from within walking distance to another continent. It has become evident that these websites have become an integral part of our world. Yet have these websites improved our interaction with other people? Or are we heading towards further isolation? In the article “Facebook and MySpace: Complement or Substitute for Face-to-Face Interaction?” from Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, Carlyne L. Kujath presents research on the effects of social networking sites (namely Facebook and MySpace) and their effects on human connection.
2. The author designed this experiment to determine if the effects of “computer-mediated communication” on relationships were geared specifically toward Facebook and MySpace. To begin, she collected data about Internet communication as a whole. In one study, Carlyne discovered that the Internet can decrease communication within a …

 


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