The world we live in today is predominately changing with the advancement of digital communication in the daily aspects of our life. The rapid growth and evolution of digital communication, has resulted in it now becoming the backbone of the way we interact with other people.
Introduction Information communication technology provides the society with new communication capabilities. People can now communicate with others using videos from others of different parts of the world, instant messaging, social media sites like face book, twitter which allows people to remain in contact and communicate and share information easily and on regular basis. The world has become a global village. Internet and computer has made the communication process very fast and has also united people.
The Use of Social Networking Nowadays, we are living under decent technology and it has changed a lot of things: Entertainment, communication, and relationship; economy, education, and habit; medical, political and cultural etc. Social media has allowed us to interact with many more people other than we are used to before. We are living in a world where people would rather use text message with their mobile phone than face-to-face to each other, share greeting with more than hundreds of friends on the social media such as upload how they feel on Facebook, show photo Instagram, and what they are doing with Snapchat.
Communication is a conversation, either spoken, written or through digital media, between two or more people. With the introduction of texting in the early 90's, and the wide range of Social Media options out there today, people are able to communicate more quickly and efficiently. In the days of our great/grandparents, communication came in the forms of written letters and face to face conversations. Digital media is digitalised content that can be transmitted over the internet or computer networks, and can include audio, video, graphic and text. Some forms of digital media include Facebook, Twitter and text messaging, which is used by young and old alike.
Johnny Glavicic Mr. Peterson English 9 25 October 2015 How Communication Changed In The Last 20 Years Communication Today is drastically different than 20 years ago. The things that have changed the most since 1995 are social networking, Blogging, smart phones, and how you can now shop over the internet. Social networks today consist of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. The social networks are a big part of communication. Sites like Twitter and facebook are the biggest ways people can interact with family no matter where they are in the world.
It can have both positive and negative effects,depending on how people used social media. Does the social media have negativity impact for it users?Why do I discuss this? Because now the use of social media become uncontrolled,especialy for the people in Indonesia. The majority of Indonesian people bought a variety of gadgets just to enjoy a variety of social media treats, from people In villagers to the city, rich people to the humble people, from kids to the elderly are all quite fond of this social media.
Social media increases productivity. This tool offers more information, including new events and information can be accessed at any time of the day and night. Studies have linked the use of internet / social media with academic success as well as better job performance and job prospects. Social Media has positive and negative impacts, examples of positive impacts can recogrize and built relationships with many people and the negative impact is it can make a crime.
Communication is the process of transferring of information. Viswanathan (2010) says communication can take many forms of verbal and non-verbal methods which may include speaking, writing, gestures, expressions, listening and body language to name a few. All of these things should be taken into consideration to ensure an effective means of sending and receiving information. How and what information is sent may not be received in the same manner intended.
Making the most of the wide range of communication tools provided by the modern tech-nology is a must for individuals, enterprises and political institutions that wish to operate in today’s globalised world. It is a primary objective for all the actors in multicultural and mul-tilingual settings with international projection willing to spread their action and message, promote a better understanding of the service and reinforce the public’s confidence (Marchand 235). This is certainly the case of the European Union: a unique economic and political partnership between 28 European countries that imperatively needs to exchange in-formation about its policies and recent achievements. Communication strategies used judi-ciously are particularly important in that sector, and any occasion of international gathering should address the question of how to make the gap with the citizen shorter. In other words, communicative competence is a basic need for politicians, in order to get their points across and modify the prevalent assumption that Europe is something vague, distant and bureau-cratic. Nowadays, the EU endeavour to meet such a need.
Communications Technology Introduction In this essay I am going to discuss the current and relevant issues of many communication technologies and their uses also the different types of communications technologies that are used in everyday life. Their advantages and disadvantages along the lines of how they affect our personal and professional lives. I will also touch on the health and safety communications legislation and its roll in modern life. Current and relevant issues in Communication and Information Technology