Impact of Social Networking Sites on the Youth of India Essay

2856 Words Apr 6th, 2013 12 Pages
Ruchi Sachdev
College of Management Studies Kanpur (UP) India

Abstract-This paper is focused to find out the answer whether

the social networking sites are boon or bane for today’s society.No doubt these SNS provides employment ,marketing ,personal growth ,sharing of information but the most prevalent danger through often involves online predators or individuals. These SNS has great impact on youth of India. One can easily see the entry gate of these social networking sites but it is unable to find exit for these SNS. One side these sites provide to communicate with our dear ones on the other side it creates platform for many cyber crimes. Everyone
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Users may join a community of book readers, connecting through books they have liked [4].

New ways for community formation

Bottom-up activities

SNS provide the ideal platforms through which users with similar values and interests can come together to collaborate effectively and cheaply. For instance, doctors can share and double check rare medical cases on health SNS such as Within3, or activists can organize a protest through sites like Care2 [5]. A major attribute of SNS' popularity is their simplicity. Anyone with basic internet skills can create and manage an online SNS presence. Prior to SNS, users gained an online presence by having a personal homepage [6]. The drawbacks were that these homepages are not easy to create and development and hosting of the site often incur costs. In contrast, SNS are free of charge and open for anyone to join. Most of them require registration, while others limit membership through an invitation from members who are already members of the site. SNS support new points of entry to the internet: people's personal worlds. Until recently, people spoke of the internet in metaphors of places (cities, addresses, and homepages).

Ease of use

Figure 1: Graph 1[2] (a) Negative Impact of SNS on Youth of India

Reorganization of Internet geography

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