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The Social Impact of Facebook on Tertiary Students
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The Social Impact of Facebook on Tertiary Students ab 12.99 € als pdf eBook: . Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Sozialwissenschaften,

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The Social Impact of Facebook on Tertiary Students
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The Social Impact of Facebook on Tertiary Students
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Using Technology for educational support
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The paper outlines the potential of messaging services applications use for educational support in tertiary institutions and the perception of students regarding the use of messaging services applications. Messaging services applications such as WhatsApp, BBM, Facebook, Twitter, Discussion forums, MySpace, and other messaging services can be viewed as a new method of supporting tertiary educational learning. This support is available for both face-to-face institution and, open and long distance learning. With technology rapidly changing, the messaging applications are becoming more relevant to be used as a measure of supporting learning. The researcher conducted two different studies, the first one was conducted in two different Tertiary institutions located in the Metropolitan municipality of Ekurhuleni in South Africa, one being a private institution and the other a public institution. The researcher compared the views and findings of students in the private institution namely CTI Education group Bedfordview campus and public institution Vaal University of Technology Ekurhuleni campus. The researcher used closed-ended questions in the questionnaire method while collecting data.

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Role of SNS on Interpersonal Communication Skil...
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The role of Social Network Sites (SNS) on tertiary students' interpersonal communication skills and ways of maintaining attachment need is investigated in the present study. SNS such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter have been widely used by the tertiary students. This study is unique in this area, studies have been conducted in interpersonal communication, attachment, and SNS but none looked at the combination of SNS, interpersonal communication, and attachment styles of users. EMU students are population of the study. Stratified random sampling procedure is used. An in-house questionnaire is administered to 121 undergraduate (freshman) students to collect quantitative data from all faculties and schools. Thus, it is based on quantitative methodology and is a case study of freshman students. The findings indicate that using SNS lead to the improvement of interpersonal communication skills and maintains attachment needs in a positive way. This study carries significant meaning for these areas, interpersonal communication, attachment, and SNS. In conclusion, tertiary students believe that SNS develop their interpersonal communication skills and maintain their needs of attachment.

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Role of SNS on Interpersonal Communication Skil...
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The role of Social Network Sites (SNS) on tertiary students' interpersonal communication skills and ways of maintaining attachment need is investigated in the present study. SNS such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter have been widely used by the tertiary students. This study is unique in this area; studies have been conducted in interpersonal communication, attachment, and SNS but none looked at the combination of SNS, interpersonal communication, and attachment styles of users. EMU students are population of the study. Stratified random sampling procedure is used. An in-house questionnaire is administered to 121 undergraduate (freshman) students to collect quantitative data from all faculties and schools. Thus, it is based on quantitative methodology and is a case study of freshman students. The findings indicate that using SNS lead to the improvement of interpersonal communication skills and maintains attachment needs in a positive way. This study carries significant meaning for these areas, interpersonal communication, attachment, and SNS. In conclusion, tertiary students believe that SNS develop their interpersonal communication skills and maintain their needs of attachment.

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Digital Turn?
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How do digital media influence cognitive processes? In the light of the integration of digital media in the everyday life of tertiary education, can one speak of a digital turn? How can these media be used to create a teaching and learning environment that allows a critical, creative and innovative generation of knowledge and facilitates and supports new scope for thought and initiative? The contributions to this volume also consider the potentials and limitations of social media from different perspectives in connection with the neoliberal logic and commercial dominance of enterprises such as Google, Microsoft or Facebook. In this context the volume also analyses the student protests at the University of Vienna in 2009 and the interventions of the digital network collective Anonymous. The studies point to the development of new practices of representation and identification for demanding freedom, justice and democracy.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Role of SNS on Interpersonal Communication Skil...
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The role of Social Network Sites (SNS) on tertiary students' interpersonal communication skills and ways of maintaining attachment need is investigated in the present study. SNS such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter have been widely used by the tertiary students. This study is unique in this area; studies have been conducted in interpersonal communication, attachment, and SNS but none looked at the combination of SNS, interpersonal communication, and attachment styles of users. EMU students are population of the study. Stratified random sampling procedure is used. An in-house questionnaire is administered to 121 undergraduate (freshman) students to collect quantitative data from all faculties and schools. Thus, it is based on quantitative methodology and is a case study of freshman students. The findings indicate that using SNS lead to the improvement of interpersonal communication skills and maintains attachment needs in a positive way. This study carries significant meaning for these areas, interpersonal communication, attachment, and SNS. In conclusion, tertiary students believe that SNS develop their interpersonal communication skills and maintain their needs of attachment.

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Digital Turn?
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How do digital media influence cognitive processes? In the light of the integration of digital media in the everyday life of tertiary education, can one speak of a digital turn? How can these media be used to create a teaching and learning environment that allows a critical, creative and innovative generation of knowledge and facilitates and supports new scope for thought and initiative? The contributions to this volume also consider the potentials and limitations of social media from different perspectives in connection with the neoliberal logic and commercial dominance of enterprises such as Google, Microsoft or Facebook. In this context the volume also analyses the student protests at the University of Vienna in 2009 and the interventions of the digital network collective Anonymous. The studies point to the development of new practices of representation and identification for demanding freedom, justice and democracy.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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