The Pros And Cons Of Face To Face Communication

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Register to read the introduction… Several teens mentioned the pleasures of laughing together in person; one said he preferred face-to-face communication because it’s “easier to share a laugh,” and another commented, “I enjoy seeing [my friends] laugh at my jokes.”
Table 2: Face-to-Face Communication Is Preferred talking to their friends in person

It’s more fun | 38 % | I can understand what people really mean better this way | 29% | I feel more comfortable talking about personal things this way | 9% | We can talk more seriously this way | 6% | It’s the easiest | 5% | It’s more private | 3%
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There are many ways that the younger demographic, K-12 age group, could benefit from having more of what would be considered “their world” incorporated into their everyday learning schedule. In the panel for “The Power of Social Media in Education” many topics were discussed especially those pertaining to just how much the Latin community needs a dose of technology in their day-to-day life.
For example, it is important that social media be used as a bridge between students. Social media should be a leverage to get a grassroots movement started within a community. Angelica Perez-Litwin identified the issue when she assessed that Latinos “need a lot more one on one contact and social media will be a good way to start that.” The use of social media is the perfect tool but it is only the beginning, different resources or mentorship programs have to come hand in hand with the upgrade in

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