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Social Media for the CultureBy: Tremayne LewisCOM 1266-3 Final Project Part Two Milestone One: Rough Draft of Presentation Slides
IntroductionI will be researching to prove that social media creates culture. Also, I will be examining how it reflects culture and society, and how it creates culture and society. “The culture of everyday life has become entwined with the Internet and social media.” (Furedi, 2014)
Introduction (cont’d)It is remarkable how much social media has changed and reshaped culture. Social has changed the way people do a lot of things in their everyday lives like interacting with each other, shopping, marketing, and even how they do perform daily actions. While social media is often associated with traditional bullying and cyberbullying, social media has changed our culture and continues to do so because we are connected to the internet almost every second of every day, whether it be through social media sites like Snapchat and Facebook or through more academically-related pages like Blackboard for college students. Social media increased the connections between people and created an environment in which you can share your opinions, pictures and lots of stuff social media improved creativity and social awareness for our society by interacting with other people and sharing new ideas and opinions.
Social Media Statistics•“There are 3.5 billion social media users worldwide.” (Mohsin,2020)•“90.4% of Millennials, 77.5% of Generation X, and 48.2% of Baby Boomers are active social media users.” (Mohsin,2020)•“71% of consumers who have had a positive experience with a brand on social media are likely