Economical We can simply place an ad on strategic websites to gain a push in business, example being Faceable. There are many advantages of social media, as well as, some disadvantages. For example, it has helped to spark awareness about criminal activities, it has helped to retrieve data that has aided investigations for the judicial system, and it brought awareness to economic woes and social issues such as poverty and health care concerns like cancer and AIDS. It has helped not-for-profit originations to gain sponsorship and volunteers.
It has helped influences to spread positive messages to the masses. Social media technology has aided in the ALGERIA equality stance; it has brought awareness to women’s rights issues, such as equal pay and sexism. Social media helped to raise funds for the Jamaican bobsled team through grounding. It helped to create viral support for the Voice season S winner Testaments Chin; it has aided in finding missing children, when an Amanda Alert is declared users share the missing persons report.
The boom of social media technology BY Melissa Salmon Tuesday, March 25, 2014 The use of social media tools in health and development programs has become an effective way to expand reach, foster engagement, and increase access to credible, science-based health messages (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2011). So what are some of the risks associated with social networks? Cyber bullying: Cyber bullying is when a child is tormented, harassed or embarrassed by another child through social media.
This can have a negative impact, resulting n depression, anxiety, severe isolation and even suicide. Setting: Sending sexually explicit messages via social media Third-party influences: Whether it is inappropriate commercial advertising or contact with adults with harmful intentions, social media are a setting for predators to prey on innocent minds. Nicole Ellison, PhD, Assistant Professor Of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media at Michigan State University, stated the following in a Feb… 15, 2008 entry titled “Is Namespace Good for Society?
A Freakishness Quorum,” room the Freakishness blob hosted by the New York Times: “l believe the benefits provided by social network sites such as Faceable have made us better off as a society and as individuals, and that, as they continue to be adopted by more diverse populations, we will see an increase in their utility. Anecdotal evidence of positive outcomes from these technologies such as political activities organized via Faceable or jobs found through Linked is well-known, but now a growing corpus of academic research on social networks sites supports this view as well…