Research Paper About Facebook

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This research is about the number of Facebook users and the changes made on privacy setting among the students in Shelton College International. The research is done with the quantitative research method. This research is using with the questionnaires. The twenty items in each survey form. There are thirty samples from the students in Shelton College International. The general objectives are chosen from the number one, two three and eight from the questionnaire. There are all multiple choices of the thirty samples. This research is conducted at Mountbatten Square, Shelton College International. Based on my research and the survey form, the numbers of Facebook users are increased and the same balance of male and female use the Facebook. Adults are changed their privacy setting more than the youths by the sample forms from the students in Shelton College International. Overall, all male and female use the Facebook and the adults change the privacy settings more than the youths.

Chapter 1: Introduction
1.0: Overview
This chapter explores the number of Facebook users and the changes made on Facebook privacy setting between male and female among the age group in Shelton College International. This chapter will cover with the general objective, specific objective and the research questions. 1.1: General Objective

To explore the number of Facebook users and the changes made on Facebook privacy setting among students in Shelton College International. 1.2: Specific Objective
(i) To compare the number of Facebook users between male and female among students in Shelton College International.
(ii) To measure the correlation between the changes made on Facebook privacy setting and the age group students in Shelton College International. 1.3: Research Question
(i) What is the comparison of Facebook users between male and female among students in Shelton College International?
(ii) What is the correlation between the changes made on Facebook privacy setting and the age group among students in Shelton College International?

Chapter 2: Literature Review
2.0: Introduction
The chapter will imply the literature review and conclusions. The literature will be support the research questions that the Facebook users between gender and the changes of the Facebook privacy settings among the age group. The literature review will be used the paraphrasing, read and rewrite the literature resources, referencing and summarizing to analyse the literature review. 2.1: Literature Review

(i)To compare the number of Facebook users between male and female among students in Shelton College International.
The thirty survey forms of the students from the Shelton College International are all used the Facebook. There are fifteen male and fifteen female students. According to Jones and Solteren (2005), one of the most popular social networking websites is Facebook. There are over 8 million users spanning 2,000 college campuses. According to Nielsen (2011), female are the most visitors of Facebook. 62 per cent of the Facebook users are female and the rest are male. In US, Facebook became the top social network with over 140 million users in May 2011. According to Susan Su (2010), there were 49.90 per cent female Facebook users and 50.08 per cent male in UK. In Indonesian, there were 50.01 per cent female and 49.99 per cent male Facebook users. In Turkey, there also were 50.01 per cent female and 49.99 per cent male Facebook users. 49.995 per cent female and 50.005 per cent male Facebook users in France in 2010. (ii)To measure the correlation between the changes made on Facebook privacy setting and the age group students in Shelton College International.

According to Bunz (2009), 350 millions of people used the changes of Facebook privacy setting around the world. The amazing thing was that there were 100 million users increased in August 2008 and 200 million in April 2009. And 15 September, there was 300 million users...
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