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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 7, July 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Social Media Transformation In The Public Education: A Critical Review Of Social Change

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AUTHOR(S)

Moh. Rusnoto Susanto, Rahayu Retnaningsih, Sri Wastiwi Setiawati, Insanul Qisti Barriyah, Wika Harisa Putri

 

KEYWORDS

Critical perspective, social change, social media, and cybercultures.

 

ABSTRACT

The tendency of society to explore social media is part of achievement in communication and technological sophistication inherent in cybercultures. As a critical perspective, this central issue determines the preparation of a dissertation that inspires the researchers to deal with a cyberspace gamut especially in using social media. Interestingly, its dominance influences symptoms and impacts of social changes. The researchers intend to unveil these aspects in this critical perspective mainly concerned with social changes and character building in contemporary societies. This type of research used a descriptive qualitative phenomenological approach, whereas researchers reflectively present various detailed findings supported by visual, contextual and textual data through the study of literacy. The method used was a phenomenology approach along with content analysis and descriptive qualitative techniques. The data analysis concludes that a phenomenological approach becomes an important part of exploring track trends in social media that have an impact on social changes in the flow of cybercultures. Research results show phenomenal cybercultures and social tendencies in the context of social media exploration. This role has replaced the virtual reality of space and transformed social media into a practice of public education and contextual social changes. Nowadays, the exploration of social media affects social changes resulting in a technological impact, a social sensitivity and a global position of social media users in swift current cybercultures.

 

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