The World's Social Structure And Future

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Evidence suggests that the Internet presents a number of problems on the world’s social structure and future. This paper addresses the question, “What impression has computer-aided communication, the World Wide Web, had on the world’s social structure, and what effects will it have in the future?” Examining the effects the Internet has on the world’s social structure and future can clarify whether Internet use is right or wrong for the world’s structure and future. This paper challenges the argument that Internet use has positive influences on the social structure and future by providing communication proficiency, improving individual self- esteem, and enabling new opportunities for interpersonal relationships and a good source of learning. …show more content…
It helps develop our social being, gives us the capability to function and to develop relationships. For children and adults, family, school and work are the primary socialization institutions. As technology expands, socializing functions of family, school and work takes a turn towards a more computer interface. Today 's society frequently uses the Internet for interpersonal communication purposes. As indicated by Mashable (U. S. adults spend 11 hours per day with digital media, 2014), adults in the United States spend 11 hours per day with digital media averaging 45.833 percent of the day spent on the …show more content…
While some people believe that computer- aided communication provides communication proficiency statistics has shown different by indicating that fifty percent of teens say they sometimes use informal writing styles like ‘LOL’, instead of formal writing styles in their school assignments suggesting that computer- aided communication impairs communication skills. Although others suppose that communication- aided communication improves individual self- esteem, researchers Kraut, Patterson, Lundmark, Kiesler, Mukophadhyay, and Scherlis (1998) creates psychological disorders such as depression, isolation, and anxiety in many users. Whereas computer- aided communication, enabling new opportunities for interpersonal relationships, researcher Shim investigated and concluded that the Internet actually decrease the desire for face-to-face interaction. Concluding, despite the opinions of others, computer- aided communication is a distraction and interferes with the learning and growth process studied by professor, writer, and researcher Carr

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