Politics have been a very popular trend on social media where many ages of people can see all the political debates. Nicholas Carr provides solid evidence to convince readers that social media is ruining politics by using strong word choice, historical events, and social media itself. Strong verbiage in an argument could make all the difference to swaying one to a particular side. Carr uses exceptional word choice throughout the article to convince readers how social media is changing politics. Many of the phrases Carr uses are relatable because they encompass a variety of age groups.
Social Media for The Community In this Modern Era, Social Media plays an pivotal role in communicating. If we look according to the expert B.K Lewis, media social is label for digital technology that allows people to interact,providing and sharing the message content.We know that social media is very close to the community.Even it can be said that “human’s can’t lived without social media”. 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.Indeed,sometimes social media also provide benefits.
These people do not realize the prevalence of an even greater form of literature. That form of literature is social media. In recent years, social media has quickly become one of the most powerful platforms on the planet for marketing, networking and social connection. In his Anchor article, author Jack Wolff describes the impact of social media on politics when he states, “It is indeed one of the best ways to get ideas out to a large amount of people in an incredibly short period of time. As a result some people in the government have become incredibly proficient, and even proliferous in their use of social media” (Wolff).
According to the article, “Trump Won Thanks To Social Media” published in The Hill by author Laeeq Khan, Donald Trump was able to “[master] Twitter by embracing the immediacy (right now), transparency (unvarnished expression), and risk (rather than caution).” Throughout his campaign, he was actively criticizing other presidential candidates most notably Hillary Clinton, on social media. His tweets attacked Clinton by calling her a
The media and support are key for any terrorist group wanting to climb the political ladder and gain legitimacy within its own right. Since the 1970’s, terrorist groups have utilised the media to the best of their ability. History has shown that if a terrorist group can control/manipulate its own media, there is potential to create local and wider sympathy for its cause. The IRA released the 'Green Book', detailing training, tactics and targets, as appose to ISIS, who have a full wing dedicated to its media outlet today. This proves ISIS is taking itself to a full worldwide co-operation rather than just a set of ideas for a caliphate.
INTRODUCTION Media industry continues to grow rapidly as the revolution in information and communication technology (ICT) and many new branches in the world, especially in the way of delivering the news spread. In addition to conventional methods of delivery of newspapers, magazines, leaflets, radio and television, now comes a new arena for the world of media and journalistic social media. Through social media, the latest news is conveyed so much so that a variety of information has been misused and misappropriated the news is released from improper sources. So, people began to doubt the validity or reliability of the elements of a story when it is produced from dubious sources or otherwise not appropriate. The accuracy of any news or items
In recent years, social media outlets have been responsible for the widespread mobilization of young voters everywhere in the country. It is also much easier for campaigners harness the availability of these social medias by directly contacting with voters online. The reason as to why I feel the mass media is dangerous for a democracy is because it fills the minds of voters with nonsense that only grays their judgement instead of feeding the public actual information that would go on to supplement well-thought out decisions. The lightning speed of which news is produced puts pressure on political figures to make faster decisions. With the populace becoming more accustomed to increased speed of information and action, they would be putting pressure on the government to act quickly.
The advent of social media platform like Facebook and You Tube have provided the tech-savvy individuals an outlet to express and to interact with one another with ease today. In a way, it has generated a whole new dimension in the communication world which was not possible decades ago. Many will agree that this is part of the freedom of expression that we enjoy today without boundary. But this liberation can be detrimental too, if we are not careful with what we say or express ourselves. Recently, a controversial rapper landed in trouble with the law when he was investigated by the police for making You Tube video purportedly annoying certain religious sensitivity.
Social Media: Affects Relationships As technology progresses more and more, there have been great changes that have made our lives more easy and efficient. There are many advantages that technology has brought upon us, one in particular is the Internet. The Internet has allowed people to be connected quickly to information and be updated to the issues and happenings around us, but the social networks that have been invented to allow long distance connection have been resulting in negative outcomes for society and our generation. Social media gets in the way of building actual relationships, makes people become inauthentic about their lives and lowers their self-esteem, and has become a dangerous and threatening nature. During these days, it seems as if nobody can live without checking their social media accounts, whether it’s Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
Social media platforms such as Facebook and YouTube are used every day by individuals as tools and resources to aid them in their everyday life. Media went from being thought of as a nuisance to being thought of as an aid. Along with the change in media technology, changes in the way which media is studied. Media such as Social Media can be studied through The Uses and Gratification Theory. Although the theory has helped the way in which media, especially social media is viewed, it has limitations due to the fact that it is evidence is gathered through self-reporting.
Using ideas from each article can help turn individual power turn into societal change. Whether it 's to change the law or to simply raise funds to help a cause it 's about what people do in the moment and how they prevail. Carr states “Sure, hashtags come and go, and the so-called weak ties of digital movements are no match for real world engagement. But they are not only better than nothing, they probably make the world, the one beyond the keyboard, a better place.” (Carr) This shows that activism through social media is only the first step to making a difference. In order to truly create change it requires involvement off the keyboard and to get others involved in these
Social media has always been a beneficial tool for the society. It is an inexpensive wildly accessible electronic tool that enables anyone to share, exchange and collaborate on common grounds. This joint effort allows people to connect and resolve critical and important issues. Social media is the fastest and the easiest way for the community to get involved and contribute to some of the most important decisions. Social media also enhances on to the steps taken toward a meaningful change.