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Hours spentToday we live in a world that stays connected with each other no matter where in the world we are by a tap of a button we could be entertaining people in Germany or Africa or maybe finding love Social networking or social media has changed the world in so many ways but can all of it be good Everyone wants to be social butterfly but we have to think is all of this helping our society Are we actually benefitting from the constant social networking that we do All you hear people say are little catchy phrases like Facebook me Tweet me or Instagram it This topic has established a few questions I am going to answer through out this paper How has social media affected the way we communicate with others Can you say that we are addicted to electronic mediaLastly What changes has society seen since the emergence of social media First has social media affected the way we communicate with others Yes and no But how We live in a world that would rather communicate through a computer than in person because they find it comfortable According to Gordhamers article 5 Levels of Effective Communication in the Social Media Age he mentions the ways we lead up to actually meeting someone in person Level One The Public Reply provides an open and transparent channel for people to interact with public figures brands and each other without the pressure Level Two The Direct Message creates a private connection without opening the floodgates of email Level Three Email allows more a more in-depth communication Level Four Phone hearing someone s voice allows people to get a better sense of one another Level Five In Person allows for people come away with a much better sense of each other Gordhamer Those levels of communication are the only ways we try
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