Social Media – A pillar of holistic transformation
Author(s):
Ashish D Philip, Anshuman Singh, Mahesh M V
Keywords:
Knowledge, Skill, Transformation, Students, Negative, Positive
Abstract
Social media has been a great innovation to showcase as well as an addiction which has become difficult to get rid of. It has been both a bane and boon for humankind. There are many researches done in the past which shows both the positive and negative sides of social media on students. One of them is a research work by Mrs. Vishranti Raut and Mrs. Prafulla Patil of the DY Patil ACS college, Pune. Similarly, many other researches have been conducted all around the globe focusing primarily on the negative side of social media. However, this research primarily focuses on whether spending time on social media does only bad as the society thinks or if it brings out some positive transformation in terms of skills, knowledge, attitude etc. The research divides users into three categories based on the usage time and uses exploratory case-based methodology by taking interviews of 6 students. On the basis of the analysis of each of the parameters, propositions are given along with their justifications.
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Unique Paper ID: 157898

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

Page(s): 413 - 419
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