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Axia College Material Appendix A Midterm Exam Answer each question below. Answers should be approximately 100 words per question. 1. What are the different forms of social media that exist today? Provide examples of different social media and their primary purposes. Social Media includes Internet media, like blogs, message boards, podcasts and video sharing, because individuals now have a means to exposure that is comparable in scale to that previously restricted to a select group of mass media producers. The internet also known simply like “The Web” is more interactive medium of mass media, and can be briefly described as a network of networks. A blog is a website usually maintained by an individual, with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material. 2. What are the greatest benefits of social media for individuals and society? Social media networking sites tend to share some conventional features. Often individuals users are encouraged to create more profiles containing various information about themselves. The users can often upload pictures of themselves to their profile, post blogs entries for others to read, search for other people with similar interests and compare and share list of contacts. In addition user profiles often have a section dedicated to comments from friends, family and other people. 3. What are the greatest problems of social media for individuals and society? The society influenced changes to previous generation media players. In the first personal music players, cassettes stored music. In another consent that method seemed fragile and relatively low fidelity when compact disk came along. Then the availability of MP3 and Ipods, and other formats made compact disks seem too large and limited, so manufactures create all this kids of data saving. Social preferences helped determined the course of different kinds of events through predictable preferences.
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