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Social Media Effects

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Vivienne Lau

on 20 June 2013

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Transcript of Social Media Effects

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EFFECTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA
INTRODUCTION
SOCIAL:
Endless exposure of information
SOCIETY
CULTURE
POLITICS
ECONOMY
CONCLUSION
As a powerful media tool - contributed to the four areas
"Virtual outlet"
Opened up endless opportunities
Negative Effects
Brought changes in the working environment
Providing job opportunities
Interrupts daily lifestyle
Messed up the recruiting process
Positive Effects
Learning more from each other
Creativity and inspiration unleashed
Allows anyone to contribute
Negative Effects
Introduction
Effects
Conclusion
False information
Sexual graphic exploitations & violent content
Culture Imperialism
MAIN FOCUS
OF THE DAY
Exponential growth of social media and its usage -> political context
Eg. ignite political movements, spread propagandas and more
"BN LOST
THE
CYBERWAR!"
SOCIETY
ECONOMY
CULTURE
Common and favourable channel for politicians
Viral characteristic leads to extreme results
POLITICS
- garner support from citizens
- tarnish one's reputation
Malaysian context:
Heavily used by Oppositions
Shapes a healthier political competition
- restrictions over mainstream media
- financial constraints
Government cannot omit the impact of social media
- To connect with the nations
- To ensure nation's welfare are taken care
"A group of people who live in a more or less, ordered community."
Positive Effects
2004: 1 million users
2013: 1.11 billion users
Endless exposure of information
Connectivity
Addiction
Cyber Bullying
Identity Theft
"Being related to society or its organization"
MEDIA:
"Device on communication - individual, small group or big group of people"
SOCIAL MEDIA:
"A form of social interaction, using highly accessible and scalable publishing techniques"
Monitor its activities
- ensure public's safety and responsible usage
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