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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 12, December 2020 Edition



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

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The Impact Of Social Media: A Survey

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AUTHOR(S)

Hafiz Burhan Ul Haq Hashmi, Haroon Ur Rashid Kayani, Saba Khalil Toor, Abdullah Mansoor, Abdul Raheem,

 

KEYWORDS

Social Media, Security, Academia, Students, Distraction, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook.

 

ABSTRACT

Social media has become the most popular way of communication globally, especially among teenage students. Who uses Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, most commonly. The technology is advanced much nowadays. Social media evolved with the advancement of technology and has both beneficial and harmful effects on academia. Students are affected by social media. Social Media have many serious problems and lead to significant issues for students, especially regarding their privacy or security, and cause distraction of studies. This paper highlights and finds the social media impact on student studies, social activities, and academic performances and provides awareness among them. Moreover, a survey was conducted in order to evaluate the effects of social media on students.

 

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