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"Does a social medium enhance or hinder interpersonal relationships?

A revised argument paper on how social media hinders interpersonal relationships. The revised paper should be 600 words in APA style using 2 more scholary sources, Attached is the on how the revided paper should which is more detailed and also the firs draft of the paper. I would for the paper to be much better than the first one was and also much stronger.

" Does a social medium enhance or hinder interpersonal relationships?" Social media refers to phone call or internet based communication such as facebook chat, yahoo chat, Skype etc. that are used to communicate with one other. There are two sides of social media that can either enhance the interpersonal relationships or hinder them. Here we see both sides of social media. Social media enhance interpersonal relationships by following ways: 1. Skype is video calling software that brings people close and good way to see each other without meeting physically. 2. There are various ways to do chatting with friends and families such as facebook, yahoo, gmail etc. and they become in-contact with one other, there is no matter how far from each other. 3. Social media platforms are focused on real world interaction among interpersonal relationships not on virtual interactions. There is certain dating websites which helps stranger to become friends within few minutes. 4. Social media can be the element of a public relations strategy that ‘cuts to the chase’ and delivers the desired messaging to the audience and engages by provided an opportunity for two-way communication and a forum for public opinion. (Hudson, 2010, pp.210-1) 5. Social media is also enhancing business opportunities. Sometimes a social media campaign may not be anything to do with the product, but everything to do with the brand – something memorable, such as a gimmick or event that would be seen as worth watching or sharing online can be all it takes to make a company’s brand go viral or to increase the popularity of their brand through causing some hype. A good example of this would be the Cadbury Dairy Milk ‘Thanks a Million’ Facebook campaign (Moth, 2012). In this campaign Cadbury was celebrating their brand reaching 1 million Facebook fans, with a goal to increase engagement, they created a
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giant Facebook ‘like’ thumbs up from pieces of Dairy Milk Chocolate on a live- streamed feed – they gained an additional 40,000 fans from the campaign with some fans even leaving the feed running live for several hours (Moth, 2012). Social media hinder interpersonal relationships by following ways: Social media can not only bring people together, but also alienate people from each other. One a good example of how this works: "You always see a bunch of friend groups hanging out together when each of them is caught up in their digital devices; they constantly want to check what everyone's tweeting, what they are doing, instead of talking to the friends they're sitting with, or holding conversation and engaging with each other". In essence, the point here is that social media may cause people to become absent from their immediate situations, because people begin to invest significant amounts of their attention and energy into the abstract realm of virtual space. References 1. Hudson, M., 2010. Tactics. In J. Johnston & C. Zawawi, eds. Public Relations: Theory and Practice. Crows Nest, NSW, Australia: Allen & Unwin. pp.206-37. 2. Moth, D., 2012. 10 of the best social media campaigns of 2012. [Online] Available at: Retrieved on April 25, 2016.
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Present a revised argument in standard form, with each premise and the conclusion on a separate line. •Present a counterargument in standard form, with each premise and the conclusion on a separate line. •Provide support for each premise of your counterargument. Clarify the meaning of the premise and supporTng evidence for the premise. ◦Pay special a±enTon to those premises that could be seen as controversial. Evidence may include academic research sources, supporTng arguments, or other ways of demonstraTng the truth of the premise (for more ideas about how to support the truth of premises take a look at the instructor guidance for this week). ²his secTon should include at least one scholarly research source. For guidance about how to develop a conclusion see the Ashford WriTng Center’s IntroducTons and Conclusions. •Explain how the conclusion of the counterargument follows from its premises. [One paragraph] •Discuss the primary points of disagreement between sincere and intelligent proponents of both sides. [One to two paragraphs] ◦For example, you might list any premises or background assumpTons on which you think such proponents would disagree and brie³y state what you see as the source of the disagreement, you could give a brief explanaTon of any reasoning that you think each side would ´nd objecTonable, or you could do a combinaTon of these. •Present the best objecTon to your original argument. Clearly indicate what part of the argument your objecTon is aimed at, and provide a paragraph of supporTng evidence for the objecTon. Reference at least one scholarly research source. [One to two paragraphs]
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Social media influence Topic: Social media and interpersonal skills Student’s Name: Course: Lecturer: Date of Submission: Social media and personal skills Do social media enhance or hinder...

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