Social Media and Education

Social Media and Education

We live in a world of unprecedented ease of communication. With a click of a mouse, we can be in contact almost instantly with any one of millions of people worldwide. This connectivity through social media can have profound benefits–and some impediments–to education. Social media systems, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr, can form a […]

Social Media a Stress Release for Women

Social Media a Stress Release for Women

Social media is common among today’s everyday working class, non-working class, adults, teens, pre-teens and children. A number of people admit that it would be a struggle to live without it. Among the media over-achievers, this is used as a tool for unwinding at the end of the day, catching up with friends, networking, responding […]

Social Media Not Representative of Human Behavior

Social Media Not Representative of Human Behavior

Researchers at McGill and Carnegie Mellon Universities have published a study that targets the use of social media to collect data for scientific studies. According to their report, the data collected from social media should not be considered representative of human behavior due to a variety of factors. Things like manipulation of what users see and […]

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