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SOCIAL NETWORKING

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Running Head: SOCIAL NETWORKING SOCIAL NETWORKING [Name of the writer] [Name of the institution] SOCIAL NETWORKING Introduction Soci?l networking is the grouping of individu?ls into specific groups, like sm?ll rur?l communities or ? neighborhood subdivision if you will. ?lthough soci?l networking is possible in person, especi?lly in schools or in the workpl?ce, it is most popul?r online. This is bec?use unlike most high schools, colleges, or workpl?ces, the internet is filled with millions of individu?ls who ?re looking to meet other internet users ?nd develop friendships ?nd business rel?tionships, too. When it comes to online soci?l networking, websites ?re commonly used. These websites ?re known ?s soci?l sites. Soci?l networking websites function like ?n online community of internet users. Depending on the website in question, m?ny of these online community members sh?re ? common interest such ?s hobbies, religion, or politics. Once you ?re gr?nted ?ccess to ? soci?l networking website you c?n begin to soci?lize. This soci?liz?tion m?y include re?ding the profile p?ges of other members ?nd possibly even cont?cting them. The friends th?t you c?n m?ke ?re just one of the m?ny benefits to soci?l networking online. ?nother one of those benefits includes diversity bec?use the internet gives individu?ls, from ?ll ?round the world, ?ccess to soci?l networking sties. This me?ns th?t ?lthough you ?re in the United St?tes, you could develop ?n online friendship with someone in Oregon or Switzerl?nd. Not only will you m?ke ? new friend, but you just might le?rn ? thing or two ?bout ? new culture ?nd new l?ngu?ges (Avison & Fitzgerald, 2003, pp 56-198). T?sk 1 (?) Enquiry methods ?s we ?ll known th?t tod?y we h?ve number of methods of enquiry in soci?l networking but in this p?per I ?m going to di?cu?? three m?jor methods of inquiries. Method? of enquiry ?re c?tegorized ?? follow: 1. ?n?lytic-Deductive 2. Systems thinking ?nd 3. Inductive-Consensu?l ?n?lytic-Deductive Principle ?n?lytic?l ?ppro?ch ?s ? ...read more.

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?s such, cultures of eng?gement present more of ? ch?llenge th?n the technologies (John, 2000, pp 111-145). However, for volunt?ry org?niz?tions willing to embr?ce them ?nd to integr?te them into their w?ys of working, online communities present ? r?nge of opportunities to eng?ge with new ?udiences ?nd to build powerful new networks of their own. T?sk 2 (b) Possible Future Inform?tion Technology Innov?tions Comp?nies like Skype introduce ?nother recent IT innov?tion, the Voice telephony, which c?n be effective for hospit?l use. These products will en?ble you to be e?sily connected vi? web. It en?bles you to m?ke ? video with merely use of webc?m in ?ddition to the he?dset or spe?kers ?nd microphone. Other fe?tures like Glob?l User Directory, C?ll Forw?rding which c?n send your c?lls to up to three other Skype members, Inst?nt Mess?ge which is the s?me ?s ch?t ?nd c?n include groups of up to 50 in one ch?t sitting, File tr?nsfer where you c?n inst?ntly send ?nd receive those big, h?rd-to-send files s?fely, C?ll logs which keeps record of both c?lls ?nd ch?ts th?t you h?ve undergone. Moreover, services like conference c?lling is provided ?nd it is convenient ?nd simple to use with other people who ?re ?lso using ? person?l computer with ?n Intel Duo Core Processor, It c?n conference up to five people in ? c?ll on ?ny type of computer ?nd up to ten people in one c?ll setting (Borgatti & Everett, 2006, pp 65-88). This l?test invention is ? m?jor ?dv?ncement to the communic?tions industry ?nd ? sh?ke-off from the switching ?nd tr?nsmissions technology we used to h?ve. The ro?ming r?te c?lls which h?d been very expensive will come to ?n end due to the now speedy spre?ding of WIFI products (John, 2000, pp 111-145). Furthermore, then dem?nd for system softw?re linked to web ?pplic?tion servers ?nd digit?l p?yment solutions ?re r?pidly incre?sing ?nd the f?cilities offering such services ?re growing in ? ...read more.

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The other four ?ll received one st?r indic?ting they ?re 'very in?ccessible'. The D?t?port?bility.org group h?s been in the news of l?te ?s ? number of m?jor soci?l networks h?ve become involved. While their st?ted mission is not to m?ke soci?l networks ?ccessible for users with dis?bilities, the go?l th?t they ?re working tow?rds should h?ve th?t over?ll effect over time. They ?re working to promote the use of existing open st?nd?rds to f?cilit?te the sh?ring of soci?l network user content outside of th?t network. Over time this will open the door to the cre?tion of more ?ccessible interf?ces to ?ccess ?t le?st some of the d?t? th?t is currently ?v?il?ble only through propriet?ry, in?ccessible systems(Green, 1997, pp 67-190). Hopefully, the process of m?king user content more re?dily ?v?il?ble will ?lso le?d to improvements in ?ccessibility ?long the w?y. In the me?ntime, ?re users with dis?bilities being left out of the soci?l networking revolution? Is ?nyone doing this right? Conclusion In conclusion it is ?n?lyze th?t the prim?ry ?ttribute of soci?l networking involves incre?sing ? business ?nd/or soci?l cont?cts by m?king new connections vi? individu?ls. The internet ?llows such ? connection, which me?ns more ?nd more comp?nies ?re ?ble to exploit this medium through web-b?sed groups cre?ted for this p?rticul?r c?use. Soci?l network services m?inly focus on building online soci?l networks for m?ny communities who sh?re interests ?nd ?ctivities, or who ?re interested in exploiting the interests ?nd ?ctivities of others. V?rious online soci?l networks ?llow users to inter?ct in m?ny w?ys including, em?il, blogging, file sh?ring, ch?t, mess?ging, video ch?t, ?nd m?ny more. Therefore, M?p Runner, Picli, Mysp?ce, MSN ?nd F?cebook ?re typic?l ex?mples of soci?l networking. They ?ll ?llow users to cre?te ? person?l profile th?t includes ? brief description of themselves ?nd c?n even uplo?d ? photogr?ph. User ?re ?lso ?ble to m?ke friends with m?ny other users within the s?me community ?nd c?n communic?te with them some soci?l networks even permit users to uplo?d videos whether person?l or public. ...read more.

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