The Effect of Social Networking

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 133
  • Published : May 5, 2011
Open Document
Text Preview
The Effect of Social Networking (Facebook, Twitter, MySpace etc) For Children Not a few teachers who are disappointed to see the students using the “chat language” as it is commonly used in social networking chat facilities, such as 2mor, msg, lol, and bk, while in English grammar lessons (English grammar). This study clearly indicates that students from various levels, from upper class to lower class, they spend more stout in social media This is a direct indication of their value on average poor and often failed to complete their homework on time.  the quality of children’s homework is deteriorate because they hurry to finish.  By communicating online, it allows people to see past physical differences and focus on a deeper connection, discovering similarities that may have been previously disregarded. By forming groups of people with similar interests (particularly if the interest or hobby is not mainstream), social networking sites can create a sense of unity and belonging in people who might have previously felt alienated in society because of an inability to relate to local people. Many people form support groups through social networking sites to discover and communicate with others who have similar problems or health issues. With online social networking reducing difficulties with limited mobility, time and distance barriers and unacceptance due to stereotyping, people therefore have more access to support and the ability to improve communication with others despite illness or disability. Many educational institutions encourage learning via the Internet and social networking sites because it allows an easy communication channel for students to learn and share skills. Students enjoy educational opportunities where...
tracking img