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The sources that were used for the analysis of the two sides of the debate came from both scholarly sources from Google Scholar, and from popular media sources like blogs and articles from the world wide web.
May introverts feel that they can better express themselves online and are therefore more likely to form relationships in such a setting, and this is because they feel much safer, more comfortable and more confident online (Burke, Kraut & Marlowe, 2011).
Moreover, online contact naturally brings about like-minded souls who share particular interests in this world of hyperpluralism, ideological diversity and widening social diversity (Stern & Adams, 2010).
The Internet, with its bonding and bridging abilities, also fosters ways to build new relationships by somehow removing or reducing particular barriers like those of geographical in nature. Furthermore, by focusing only on like-minded group members and without considering other irrelevant differences, the Internet can bypass several cultural and social differences (Stern & Adams, 2010).
Another advantage of the Internet when it comes to strengthening social ties is that it can link those who are interested in the same type of volunteer activities as well as the organizations that take charge of such activities. Moreover, the Internet can actually foster volunteer and community participation because it performs well its role in “supplementing real-life community gatherings” (Stern & Adams, 2010).
Social interactions on the Internet have also been found to be correlated with satisfaction with school life as well as one’s degree of self-esteem. In short, the authors have concluded that the use of Facebook may actually overcome barriers faced by students who are known to have low satisfaction as well as low self-esteem (Ellison, Steinfield & Lampe, 2007).
Moreover, another way by which the use of the Internet can foster and
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220). Galston’s research on Americans notes that usage of internet reconciles the desire for autonomy and connection. This, along with many other researches done in the field confirms the utility of internet in strengthening social connections amongst people.
[Professor’s Name] [Writer’s Name] [Course Title] [Date] Critique-Does the Internet strengthens Social Connections Internet is a network of networks growing at an exponential rate day by day. As with any invention, good and bad are associated with internet .A point blank statement that “Internet strengthens Social Connections “is debatable and does not appeal one’s mind.
However, it is not only the western culture that has been impacted by the internet revolution. It is evidently clear that the internet actually has been instrumental in helping promote and strengthen the societies of non-western nations. This paper looks at how the internet phenomenon has changed how people and nations in other parts of the world live.
IMPACTS OF INTERNET Since the advent of the internet, the world has witnessed a number of changes in the way things are done. Internet has possibly been one of the biggest factors responsible for the style of living of people all around the globe. Before the arrival of internet, no one would have imagined one should shop, do banking, communicate with people all around the world and do so many more things merely through a few movements of the finger tips (Lengert 2000).
In other words, social capital refers to the fruits that the society gets out of having communal relationships. They result from the cooperation between groups and individuals in particular situations. Positive contacts and communication between the members of a community can be of great value to the society.
To effectively protest against both, the protests should be non-violent so that the protests themselves are moral, just and constitutional. Two examples of non-violent protests include sit-ins and petitions and letters to the government and media
Non-violent resistance is preferable to violent resistance because it is moral.
The author states that the Internet has had sweeping effects on the social landscape. Religion and politics have exploited the technology for their own social goal of increased membership. The cultures that value education the most, Health Care and Universities, have expressed some control over the medium and put it to beneficial use.
The basic units of a wireless LAN are signal boosters, wireless antennas, wireless routers access points and signal boosters (The Goodheart-Willcox Co, n.d). However, the family requires a home network so they need to
Moreover, internet connections have facilitated easy transfer of a variety of media from one location to another, thus enhancing sharing and building relations among people.
As an entertainment tool, the internet creates