A Quantitative Analysis of Social Media and Its Impact on Today's Era
Keywords:Social media, Social network, Cyberbullying, Health, Depression, Suicide, Positive, Negative, Websites
Social media is a platform that allows users to interact with each other using interacting tools or websites. The concern of this study is to talk about how social media has changed our lifestyles entirely and investigate the daily usage of social media among individuals of different age groups. The study aims at finding out the impact of social media on the people of the present age. It has been found out because of this research paper that social media influences people positively and negatively. It has brought a massive change in the overall setup of the world, and many innovations have been made because of the positive usage of social media. However, apart from thousands of positive impacts of social media, there are many negative impacts. Starting from time wastage of people to the troubled family life’ it is affecting people immensely. ‘You are what you share!’ Charles Lead beater
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