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How The Internet and Social Media Are Changing Culture
"It is no doubt that the Internet and the social media are powerful instruments for mobilization of people. However, it is not its own technological imperative that allows the social media to play a prominent role in social protest ... "
Facebook's New Teen Drama Blurs the Line Between Real and Fake
"The article offers information on the social network company Facebook's internet video featuring the role of social media in teenagers lives. Topics discussed include graphic and sexually explicit dialogues in the video; video hits its mark as popular culture reflecting the modem high school experience; and history of using new technologies to make stories feel more realistic ... "
Social Media: Shaping and Transmitting Popular Culture
": Communication is the bedrock of any culture. In fact, language, dressing, music,
lifestyle, taste, values of life, and whatever that constitutes any given culture are expressed through communication. Accordingly, the media through their several stages of development and transformation have always played the role of transmitting a people‟s cultural heritage across generations and borders ... "