Social Network

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Discussions 1.What is your most favourite social network? Based on Figure 1, out of 10 choices available, Facebook is the one that caught the interest of most of KMK’s student. 43 out of 50 respondent choose Facebook as their most favourite social network. It is huge gap between Facebook and another 9 social network. This probably because every Facebook users can add people as friends and send them message, and update their personal profiles to notify friends about themselves. (Please refers to Appendix 5) 2.What is the main reason in participating with any of the social networking? Based on Figure 2, according to the survey, the main reason uses participating with the social networking is to know the latest news. The reason why…show more content…
Besides that, about ten percent of the students prefer to get new knowledge by social networking. In their opinion, with the knowledge from social networking they can made it as a reference and thought it may be useful to apply in our daily life. (Please refer to Appendix 10) 7. What is the effect of social networking towards your life? Based on Figure 7, 52% of the students remark that social networking will cause their study or work to be neglected. Most of them are addicted to social networking and disrupted their daily time management causing them cannot focus their full attention on studies. There are twenty percent of the students comment social networking was wasting their time and money. They said that social networking does not benefit them moreover they often use their time surfing unbeneficial web page and some it may cost you some money if you want to become a member of social network page.With the entertainment service provided by the social network, almost twenty percent of the students misuse the service of social network. They spent most of the time chit-chat with friends and playing social network games during social networking causing them lack of time in their studies. On the other hand, 4 out of 50 students (8%) answered that they can get the best inference from social networking. By collecting experience shared from friend to friend, they can make reasonable inference
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