May 15, 2018 at 10:06 am #189662
Many people believe that social networking sites (such as Facebook) have had a huge negative impact on both individuals and society.
To what extent do you agree?
Online social media, for instance Facebook or Twitter, play an important role in our lives. Even though these technologies have various positive effects on society, I totally agree with the idea that social networking sites have much more disadvantages for human beings and the public.
On the one hand, there are many good impacts of social media. Firstly, individuals use social networking services to communicate with thousands of people coming from different countries. There is no question that people nowadays can send pictures, videos and texts more quickly than in the past owing to using social media. Secondly, online social media are particular places where people are able to look for a lot of information for studies or works. Finally, these websites can help people not just choose and buy attractive items that they need but have a great environment to do their own business, as well.
On the other hand, there are several reasons why I strongly suppose that social networking sites have had numerous negative influences. As social networking services give people a lot of information, users might have difficulty finding credible sources and avoiding cheating. Moreover, various pupils become internet addicts, which makes students easily interrupt their homework when they are studying and are not able to effectively concentrate on the lessons. On top of that, the addicts do not want to play sports or interact with society. Therefore, people probably lack communication skills and their health also would be worse and worse.
In conclusion, social networking sites are close to people’s heart and get a vital position on local communities. However, I do believe that this kind of internet would have more negative impacts than positive ones.
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