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Social Networking


The interaction between a group of people who share a common interest; Using social contacts to network; Using internet's network groups (such as Face book and Twitter) to network and communicate between consumers and businesses. This is where people develop networks of friends and associates. It forges and creates links between different people. Like social bookmarks a social network can form a key element of collaborating and networking. History: Early social networking on the World Wide Web began in the form of generalized online communities such as Theglobe.com (1994), Geocities (1994) and Tripod.com (1995). Many of these early communities focused on bringing people together to interact with each other through chat rooms, and encouraged users to share personal information and ideas via personal web space by providing easy-to-use publishing tools and free or inexpensive web space. Some communities - such as Classmates.com - took a different approach by simply having people link to each other via email addresses. In the late 1990s, user profiles became a central feature of social networking sites, allowing users to compile lists of "friends" and search for other users with similar interests. New social networking methods were developed by the end of the 1990s and many sites began to develop more advanced features for users to find and manage friends. This newer generation of social networking sites began to flourish with the emergence of Friendster in 2002, and soon became part of the Internet mainstream. Friendster was followed by MySpace and LinkedIn a year later, and finally, Bebo. Attesting to the rapid increase in social networking sites' popularity, by 2005, MySpace was reportedly getting more page views than Google. Facebook, launched in 2004, has since become the largest social networking site in the world. Today, it is estimated that there are now over 200 active sites using a wide variety of social networking models. The potential for computer networking to facilitate new forms of computermediated social interaction was suggested early on.[8] Efforts to support social networks via computer-mediated communication were made in many early online services, including Usenet, ARPANET, LISTSERV, and bulletin board services (BBS). Many prototypical features of social networking sites were also present in online services such as America Online, Prodigy, and CompuServe.

IMPACTS: Web based social network services make it possible to connect people who share interests and activities across political, economic, and geographic borders. Through e-mail and instant messaging, online communities are created where a gift economy and reciprocal altruism are encouraged through cooperation. Information is particularly suited to gift economy, as information is a nontrivial good and can be gifted at practically no cost. Facebook and other social networking tools are increasingly the object of scholarly research. Scholars in many fields have begun to investigate the impact of social networking sites, investigating how such sites may play into issues of identity, privacy, social capital, youth culture, and education Several websites are beginning to tap into the power of the social networking model for philanthropy. Such models provide a means for connecting otherwise fragmented industries and small organizations without the resources to reach a broader audience with interested users. Social networks are providing a different way for individuals to communicate digitally. These communities of hypertexts allow for the sharing of information and ideas, an old concept placed in a digital environment. Typical structure Social network analysis views social relationships in terms of network theory consisting of nodes and ties (also called edges, links, or connections). Nodes are the individual actors within the networks, and ties are the relationships between the actors. The resulting graphbased structures are often very complex. There can be many kinds of ties between the nodes. Research in a number of academic fields has shown that social networks operate on many levels, from families up to the level of nations, and play a critical role in determining the way problems are solved, organizations are run, and the degree to which individuals succeed in achieving their goals. In its simplest form, a social network is a map of specified ties, such as friendship, between the nodes being studied. The nodes to which an individual is thus connected are the social contacts of that individual. The network can also be used to measure social capital the value that an individual gets from the social network. These concepts are often displayed in a social network diagram, where nodes are the points and ties are the lines.

Basics Social networking sites tend to share some conventional features. Most often, individual users are encouraged to create profiles containing various information about themselves. Users can often upload pictures of themselves to their profiles, post blog entries for others to read, search for other users with similar interests, and compile and share lists of contacts. In addition, user profiles often have a section dedicated to comments from friends and other users. To protect user privacy, social networks usually have controls that allow users to choose who can view their profile, contact them, add them to their list of contacts, and so on. In recent years, it has also become common for a wide variety of organizations to create profiles to advertise products and services. Additional features Some social networks have additional features, such as the ability to create groups that share common interests or affiliations, upload or stream live videos, and hold discussions in forums. Geosocial networking co-opts internet mapping services to organize user participation around geographic features and their attributes. Lately, mobile social networking has become popular.[citation needed] In most mobile communities, mobile phone users can now create their own profiles, make friends, participate in chat rooms, create chat rooms, hold private conversations, share photos and videos, and share blogs by using their mobile phone. Some companies provide wireless services which allow their customers to build their own mobile community and brand it, but one of the most popular wireless services for social networking. 1. Educational Application: The National School Boards Association reports that almost 60 percent of students who use social networking talk about education topics online and, surprisingly, more than 50 percent talk specifically about schoolwork. Yet the vast majority of school districts have stringent rules against nearly all forms of social networking during the school day even though students and parents report few problem behaviors online.

Social networks focused on supporting relationships between teachers and their students are now used for learning, educator professional development, and content sharing. Ning for teachers, Learn Central,[60] TeachStreet and other sites are being built to foster relationships that include educational blogs, portfolios, formal and ad hoc communities, as well as communication such as chats, discussion threads, and synchronous forums. These sites also have content sharing and rating features. 2. Access to Information: Many social networking services, such as Facebook, provide the user with a choice of who can view their profile. This prevents unauthorized users from accessing their information. Parents who want to access their child's MySpace or Facebook account have become a big problem for teenagers who do not want their profile seen by their parents. By making their profile private, teens can select who may see their page, allowing only people added as "friends" to view their profile and preventing unwanted parents from viewing it. Teens are constantly trying to create a structural barrier between their private life and their parents. To edit information on a certain social networking service account, the social networking sites require you to login or provide an access code. This prevents unauthorized users from adding, changing, or removing personal information, pictures, or other data.ss 3.Medical applications Social networks are beginning to be adopted by healthcare professionals as a means to manage institutional knowledge, disseminate peer to peer knowledge and to highlight individual physicians and institutions. The advantage of using a dedicated medical social networking site is that all the members are screened against the state licensing board list of practitioners. The role of social networks is especially of interest to pharmaceutical companies who spend approximately "32 percent of their marketing dollars" attempting to influence the opinion leaders of social networksA new trend is emerging with social networks created to help its members with various physical and mental ailments. For people suffering from life altering diseases, can

consult with doctors to get information and cure through social networking. In developed countries some websites offer its members the chance to connect with others dealing with similar issues and research patient data related to their condition. For alcoholics and addicts, SoberCircle gives people in recovery the ability to communicate with one another and strengthen their recovery through the encouragement of others who can relate to their situation. DailyStrength is also a website that offers support groups for a wide array of topics and conditions, including the support topics offered by PatientsLikeMe and SoberCircle. SparkPeople offers community and social networking tools for peer support during weight loss.

4. MOBILE Mobile social networking is social networking where one or more individuals of similar interests or commonalities, conversing and connecting with one another using the mobile phone. Much like web based social networking, mobile social networking occurs in virtual communities. A current trend for Internet social networking websites such as MySpace and Facebook is to turn mobile. In parallel, native mobile social networks have been created like Foursquare and Gowalla. Initially, there were two basic types of mobile social networks. While mobile web evolved from proprietary mobile technologies and networks to full mobile access to the internet, the distinction has changed to the following two types: the first is web based social networks being extended for mobile access through mobile browsers and smartphone apps, the second type is native mobile social networks with dedicated focus on mobile use like mobile communication, location-based services, augmented reality requiring mobile devices and technology. Advances in hardware and software technology have facilitated the existence of these mobile virtual communities. Industry wireless network technologies include SMS, WAP, Java, BREW and i-mode. Previous focus on wireless network technologies and functionalities has been extended to multimedia and satellite navigation by new and improved technologies like camera and GPS integrated in mobile devices. Combination of these 3 areas of technology in Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 extended the focus of mobile social networks to new areas, functionalities and technologies.

5. Entertainment: Entertain through social networking is a great way to meet new people for friendship, romance, contacts, or just to chat to pass the time. Like a virtual cocktail party that always draws a great crowd, social networking gives you the opportunity to interact with other members in real time, using your computer. Through social networking download free software and in minutes we can browse pictures, profiles and personals of other members. From social networking we can get powerful entertainment features and online dating. Talk to anyone we think looks interesting with the best chat and instant messaging anywhere.

Popularity of social networking site:

The past decade has been defined in part by social networking and the proliferation of multiple social networking options. This is probably because social networks are open-ended and easy to use. Once weve set up a social network account and entered some basic profile information, we can basically sit back and let the social networking activity come to us. Social bookmarking is an even more refined version of social networking that lets users share specific links and news articles to their friends and other members of the site.

Starting with social networking:

Social networking is about making friends some friends we already know may be a member of a social networking site, meaning weve got some built in social networks already. Once we branch out beyond our close friends who also use whatever social networking site we use, we can find new friends by joining groups or look for other people with similar interests in order to build our social network. Members of social networking share information in their profiles (location, basic interests, political leanings, religion, sexuality, etc) but we can also learn about a person based on the size of their network, the people in their network, their blog posts, links, etc. This has led to some spying on the part of people interested in learning about an old friend, old flame, or potential new employee. This is why proper privacy settings are important when we get involved with social networking.

Reason for using social networking:

Theres a high entertainment factor with social networking. Combine that with the social function of networking, and the ability to find news and links relevant to our interests, and social

networking can be a way to make the Internet work harder for us. Its a good way to meet people with similar interests, and lots of small business owners, artists, actors, musicians and the like have used social networking to advance their careers. It has made our world closer. Our work is easy to do with the help of social networking. Reducing our cost, time and effort are the major quality of social networking.

Selection of social networking sites:

To select a networking site we will determine what social network we use. For example use the social networking service Yahoo to help you find movies and news and links about the film industry. Music lovers join sites like Guruji.com, Last.FM, and others to find new and familiar musicians to add to their collection. Another way to pick a social networking site by type. If were between the ages of 15 and 20 we will most likely use Facebook. If were between 21 and 25, G-mail and Yahoo mail is our domain.

Most popular 15 Social networking sites:

Social networking nowadays has been virtualized. More people spend more time on Facebook, Twitter, Bebo and other social networking sites. Here is a list of 15 most popular social networking sites which could probably provide you with more options. 1. Facebook Facebook is the leading global social networking website which is open to anyone aged 13 and over. It reportedly has more than 350 million active users worldwide until September 18, 2009. It has many applications like superpoke, photo albums, gifts, books, music, movies, quote, and games. With 722,000,000 inbound links and an estimated 122,220,000 monthly visitors, Facebook is the King of social networking. Alexa ranks Facebook.com as the fourth most popular website in the world, meaning Facebook is a heavy hitter outside the world of social networking as well. Facebook is big in the younger set the saying goes that if it isnt on Facebook, it didnt happen. Facebook is a popular way for employers to spy on employees and potential hires. Facebook is pretty basic as social networking goes, though there are plenty of Facebook-specific apps that your friends will annoy you with endlessly. If you dont know Facebook, you dont know the Internet.

2. MySpace Myspace is an extremely popular social networking website whose main features include Bulletin board, Groups, MyspaceIM, TV, Classifieds, Karaoke, Polls and forums and other applications. It was reported that it was overtaken by facebook on international scale in April 2008, based on monthly unique visitors. 3. Twitter Twitter is one of leading social networking and micro-blogging websites which enables its users to send and read messages called tweets. Many users are excited by the web 2.0 applications on it. As said officially, Twitter is without a doubt the best way to share and discover what is happening right now.. Twitter is the it boy in social networking now, with some people leaving Facebook (way too gauche) for the more refined Twitter. The cool part about Twitter is the ease with which you can find your favorite celebs and sports figures to follow. 4. Flickr Flickr is the most popular image and video hosting and sharing website as well as an excellent social networking community. Billions of images have been uploaded to it by its millions of users. Flickr users can set the access to their images and videos as public and private. 5. Bebo Bebo is one of the most popular social networking Web sites online today. It is the largest social networking site in the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand, and the third largest in the United States. Stay in touch with our College friends, connect with friends, share photos, discover new interests and just hang out.

6. LinkedIn LinkedIn is a fast growing business oriented social networking website which has more than 50 million registered users around the world. Users can find professional opportunities, hire employees and find jobs on this professional networking site. 7. Live Journal LiveJournal is a simple and free social networking website that enables you to express yourself and communicate with friends online. LiveJournal can be used in many different ways: as a private journal, a blog, a social network and much more. 8. Ning Lauched in October, 2005, Ning is a comparatively young social networking site. Ning literally means peace in Chinese language. Besides common functions other social networking sites provide, Ning also enables users to create their own social network for a particular topic or need. 9. Hi5 Like other social networking sites, Hi5 also has the similar features a social networking site should have. Hi5 is extremely popular among Thai people. 10. Orkut Orkut is a Google owned social networking website which is designed to to providing an online meeting place where people can socialize, make new acquaintances and find others who share their interests. Orkut is very popular in India and Brasil. 11. Tagged Tagged is a social networking website for 13 and over. It enables its users to creat and customizes profiles, add widgets and videos to them browse and upload photos, play online social games, give and receive gifts and tags and more. Tagged has been under bitter controversy over deceptive bulk mail and spamming.


12. deviantARTss Commonly referred to as DA, deviantART is the world largest social networking site for artist to share and discuss artworks. Through its harsh early days, deviantART has become one of the top sites with more than 11 million members and over 100 million artwork submissions. 13. Badoo Also called British Based, Badoo is a multi-lingual social networking site which is ranked 176 on Alexa global top sites list. Unlike other networking big brother, Badoo generates revenue from a Rise Up feature which encourages users to pay to maike their profile given more exposure on the website. 14. Netlog Netlog is a social networking community with a large portion of users from Europe. It claims that it has more than 20 million youth users throughout Europe and more than 3 billion pages were viewed every month. 15. Friendster This Australia headquartered social networking website is still in Alexa top 500 sites list (ranked around 144 in December 2009). While being overtaken by its competitors in United States and Europe, Friendster has been becoming extremely popular in East Asia which accounts for around 90% of its traffic.

Advantages of social networking:

Social networking is a recent invention that has the Internet still at the edge of its seat due to its popularity with people. This is mostly because it really is for the people. Bringing every kind of social group together in one place and letting them interact is really a big thing indeed. Some advantages of Social Networking is given below:s

The best advantage of social networking sites is that these sites allow you to keep in touch with your friends, classmates, and relatives. It is also the most cost effective way to keep in touch with your people. Here geographical locations are no barrier to stay in touch.


These sites allow you to send and receive messages, upload photos, and videos. As such, they are very interactive as you can get to see what your friends and relatives are up to. With social networking sites, you are not bound by any geographical and cultural differences. You get to meet and know a variety of people whose interests are similar to your own. These sites are a window to different cultures and places. You can build a network of contacts and interact with a lot of people at the same time. As such, you can spread your thoughts and interests to a large number of people. The social networking sites also facilitate you to procure information on any subjects from anywhere. These sites also make it easier and faster to collect the infsormation. Social networking sites can also be a tool to promote your business, services, products, or websites. Due to the huge number of people who regularly use networking sites it has found huge favors among advertisers.

Disadvantages of Social Networking:

Some people believe that social networks are harmful to society. These folks will go as far as saying that social networking should be banned. For the most part, these fears are based on the affects that social networks have on children and teenagers. Some disadvantages of Social networking are given below:

The most glaring disadvantage of social networking sites is the risk of identity theft and fraud. The personal information of users can be used by dubious people for illegal activities. Information like the e-mail address, name, location, and age can be used to commit online crimes. Also, many people pretend to be someone else and prepare their online profiles with false information, so as to dupe unsuspecting users. So, if someone do not know the person face to face then it will be very hard for him or hers to find the real identity. Another cause of concern is cases of online harassment and stalking. Since the social networking sites, are very poorly regulated so it can be a very fertile ground for people trying to get even with someone. They can spread malicious humor among our friends and also download and morph sour photos.


Impact of Social Networking

Objectivity of making this report:

Every task has an objective. As we are preparing this report we also have some objective. Social networking is a part of our everyday life. It has some advantages and disadvantages also. It has some impact on society. For this report we have surveyed 100 people. Among them everyone is teenage and young. Through this report we want to make out the impact of social networking upon our teenage and young generation.


Questions and descriptions of our survey

Q.1: Which age group do you belong?
We surveyed among 100 people and divided them into two groups. One of the groups is 15-20 and the other group is 21-25. We choose specific age of group because, this type of group use social network mostly & by this, we can easily find most of the people by an average. Through our survey we have found that, 45% of the teenagers use Social Networking & 55% youth use Social networking. We converted the answer into the number by the help of tally. By the percentage we have found out that, 55% youth use social network & 45% teenager use social network. We can understand that in these modern days teenage and youths are using social networking most. They pass their time, work or interact with their friends or relatives. Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

Age group

50% Teenage

50% 40% Age group 15 to 20 Age group 21 to 25

50% Youth

30% 20% 10% 0%


Q.2: What do you do?

We have chosen six groups of people to do the survey.50% of them are school or college student. And the youth are the student of Universities, Job Holder, Business Person & other Sections. We have found that 28% students of school are using social network & 44% of college student are use social network. From youth we have found that 25% are university student, 2% are job holder & only 1% is others. That means college students use more than school student & University student use more than job holder & businessman. Through this question we have found that college students or the teenagers are more interested in social networking. They do social networking for many purposes. Mainly they do so because of entertainment. Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

1.25% School Students 2.44% College student 3.25% University student 4. 4% Job holder 5.2% business person 6. 0% others
50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

44% College

25% School

25% University 4% Job 2% 0% Business others 5 6


Q.3: Do you use Social Network?

We choose these five options for people who use social networking to know how often they use social networking.. From our survey we find that, 44% people do not use the social network regularly. That means, maximum people do not use the social network regularly. 21% people use the social network regularly & 24% people use the social network often. 7% people use social networking sometimes. & 4% of people do not use the social network. From our survey, we can say that, people may use the social network for their own use. When they need this, they use it. Thats why maximum people do not use it regularly. 21% people u se it regularly. May be they are students who use this for their study or entertainment or because of Facebook, which is a very good interactional, and entrainment source of Social Networking among teenage and youth. Less number of people use social network sometimes & often. Only 4% of people do not use it. That means it is a very useful source. We can understand that people are getting modern in these days. As they are using it more and more they are connecting with the modern world and the modern society.

Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

1.Regularly 2. not Regularly 3. Often 4. Sometimes 5. Do not use

50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

Use of Networks
44% Not often

21% Regular

24% Often 7% 4% Sometimes Not often


Q.4: Which medium do you prefer most for the social network?

We have chosen these five medium which people usually prefer for social networking as everyone has their own opinion. From our survey we have found that, 38% people use mobile connection & that is the maximum percentage of using social networking. They use it because this way for social network is so easy to use, suitable for carrying & connecting. Next preferable percentage of Social Networking way is Face to face connection. They feel comfort to do face to face communication. So, 23% people choose it. Then Email & Mail is the choice of some people. We have found that these ways of social networking are basically used for official tasks. 22% people choose Email & 8% people choose Mail for social networking. Only 9% people choose other ways of social networking. They are not comfortable with our given ways and like to use social networking in different ways.

Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

1. Mobile Connection 2. Email 3. Face to face 4. Mail 5. Others

Preferable Medium
40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 1 2 3 8% Mial 4 9% Others 5 22% Email 23% Face to face 38% Mobile


Q. 5: How do you do Social Networking?

Different people use different ways of social networking. Mainly it depends on everyones ability. For our survey we gave 5 options to know how, most of teenage and youth do social networking. They can prefer one option given above but they cant do social networking all the time with that selected option because of some limitations. From the survey we have found that, 9% people use laptop for the social networking. & from this 9%, most of them are youth, who use it for their professional or educational purpose. Mobile phone is used mostly by teenagers that mean the students who read in the school & college do social networking through mobile. It is easy for using, less costly than the other processor. But not only by the teenager but also youth use it in a high number. Thats the reason we have out that 27% people use mobile phone for social networking. 57% people use personal computer. They think that it is more comfortable than any other operator. They can use it sitting in their home as much as possible. Only 2% people go to the cyber cafe & 5% of people use other sources for social interaction. Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

1. Laptop 2. Mobile phone 3. Personal Computer 4. Cyber Cafe 5. Others

60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 1 9% Laptop

Ways of Using
57% Computer

27% Mobile 2% Cyber Cafe 2 3 4 5% Others 5


Q.6: How much time do you use for Social Networking?

Time is a valuable asset for everyone. In these days people are giving so much time in front of their computer or mobile. This is one kind of waste of time. To know more about the teenage and youth we asked them about how much time they spend for social networking everyday. We have found out that, most of the youth & teenager use social network less than 1 hour. The percentage of this kind of teenage and youth is 44%. 38% people use social network for 1-2 hours. 13% use for 2-3hours. Only 3% use for 3-5 hour, 2% people use social networking for more than 5 hour. If some one is using social networking for important reason than that is good. Sometime the young generations dont understand what is good and what is wrong. They waste their time by doing more and more networking and unfair activities. Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

Less than 1 hour

50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

Time duration for networking

44% Less than 1 Hour

1-2 hour 2-3 hour 3-5 hour More than 5 hour

38% 1 to 2 hours

2% 13% 3% More than 2-3 hours 3-5 hours 5 hours 1 2 3 4 5


Q.7: Which internet Website do you use for Social Networking?

There are so many web sites for social networking. In our country every websites is not so famous but few are so familiar among young generations. We asked our young generations about their choice and they gave different answers. From the survey we have found that above 50% youths & teenagers use Facebook for internet networking. That means it is a very popular browsing system. Most of the people use it for social networking or for entertainment. Google is used by 25% people. They use it for searching information, songs, movie, news & views. It is too helpful for education, entertainment, pictures and so on. Any kind of information for every age group person, Google is the one name. 6% people use yahoo mail for social networking & most of the time it is used for the business related or office related issues. Not only that, people uses it for personal or professional reason. Only 2% people use Twitter. It is a famous website for movie actor and actresses. Thats why some people use it but some people say that it is more difficult than the others. Another 9% people use other network connections, like: G-Mail, Hot-Mail, You-tube etc. Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

1. Facebook 2. Yahoo Mail 3. Google 4. Twitter 5. Others

70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%

Use of different Websites

58% Facebook

6% Yahoo 1 2

25% Google

2% Twitter 4

9% Others 5


Q.8: How does internet help you in the education? In these modern days education without social networking is not easy but almost not possible. Students have to do social networking to make a good result and for more information. With the help of social networking they can prepare their lessons, can give exams, admissions and so on. Thats why we asked our young generation about this. We gave them 5 options to know how internet helps them in their education. most of the youths & teenagers use internet for getting information. There are 56% of the youths & teenagers who agree that internet provides more information. 7% of the youth & teenager use internet for Getting and submission of admission form. It can save the time of the youths & teenagers. 4% student said that internet helps by giving the opportunity to give exams. It also saves their time, energy and money. Another 30% youths & teenager said that they can learn more things through internet. Internet also helps 3% youths & teenagers by other facilities such as games, entertainment, or giving enjoyment. Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

1. Get information 2. Submission Admission 3. Giving exams 4. Learning more 5. Others

10% 0%

Use of Internet for Education

60% 56% Get information 40% 50% 30% 20% 7% For Admission 1 2 4% Giving exams 3 30% To learn More 3% Others 4 5


Q.9: According to you, Social Networking is hampering ourEvery action has a reaction. Social networking is a very good way for development. But it has some bad sights also. For more using of social networking we are facing some problems. When we asked about this our young generation gave different answer. We gave them 5 options and have got their opinion. From our survey we have found that, 44% of the youths & teenagers said that social networking is hampering our face to face relation. Because it has made our computational ways very easy so that we dont need to communicate face to face. We have found that social networking is hampering personal privacy. 10% young generations told that it really hamper their privacy sometimes. So sometimes it becomes very noisy in social networking. 18% young generations are saying that it is hampering their family interaction. As they are very busy in Networking it is not often possible for them to interact with their family. 27% of the student suggested that their valuable time is hampering. They do not study or work well if they start to networking. Another 1% students said there is not only one effect but also more than that. Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

1. Privacy

Hampers of social Networking

45% 40% 35% 45% Face to face interaction 28% Waste of time

2. Face toface relation

3. Family interaction

30% 25% 20% 15% 10%

4. Valuable time

5. Others

5% 0%

8% Privacyt 1 2

18% Family Interaction

1% others 4 5



How do you like to evaluate social networking in your life?

Every person has their own opinion. Every person is not same and they have different thinking. Some people think that social Networking is useful but some do not think so. To know what young generation thinks we asked them to evaluate social networking on the basis of their own perspective. 22% youths & teenagers said that social networking is 100% useful for our daily life. They use it everyday and are benefitted by social networking. 43% of the youths & teenagers agree for social network is useful in our life. They think that in these modern days we have do social networking for our development. Another 25% students said that the usefulness of social networking is in between Sometimes social networking creates harmful things. It also hampers the youths & teenagers in their education and personal life 10% young generations think that it is harmful for our personal and family life both. They think that some people misuse this thing and create a bad impression.

Our survey chart and Graph are shown below:

1.Most useful 2.Useful


Evaluation of Social Networking

40% 43% Useful 25% in Between 10% harmful 2 3 4 0% Most harmful 5

In between 4.Harmful 5.Most harmful

30% 20% 10% 0% 1 22% Most useful