WKU POP 201

Introduction to Popular Culture Studies

Participation part 2

Posted by emilychildress329 on March 27, 2017

This is one of the topic that I actually felt that I was very involved in. I agree that teenagers are should be the major focus in this study other than adults. Teenagers know a days communicate more through social media than actual words. I believe that this is the biggest part of communication in today’s time.

Teenagers communicate through social media every single day. Whether we like something, poke someone, or or share something. The power of communication goes a long way in the day in age and I agree with the study. Our comments on certain topics and the back and fourth of people reaching out to each other from different parts of the world are all able to share stories with one another on a day to day basis. This is probably the most interesting and intriguing thing for me to understand.

My favorite social media app is Twitter, and I believe that this is the perfect example of the way social media spreads through communication. With twitter you can follow whoever you want, no matter where they are from. Teenagers, especially, are able to communicate their opinion about anything through what certain people post. They do not have to say anything, but they can like the post or retweet it.

I like to believe that this is changing the world in a different way. Communication through social media gives us an advantage to spread news and highly opinionated topics throughout the while world in just a matter of seconds. That is one of the smartest moves that the world of technology could have ever created, and I am thankful that they did.

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One Response to “Participation part 2”

  1. kaufmansw said

    I agree with this post to the fullest extent. I am amazed everyday by how one click and everyone across the world can read what you put out there. I don’t know where I would be without social media because I wouldn’t be able to stay in touch with my long distance family.

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