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  • Bijaya Neupane : Is Social Networking Killing Us!

    Social Networking like Internet, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Viber, etc. had almost ruled more half of the Universe. People think that these networks have made their life easier, comfortable than a decade ago. The development of science and technologies has made the globe a global village. We can chat, share our ideas with a single second to the friends, relatives, who are scattered all over the world. Because of these some positive aspects of social networks we think that we are ruling the world through them. But we don’t realize how these social networks are ruling upon us making us to think that they are inseparable parts of our life. These social networks kill the reading culture, kill creativity, deconstruct the traditional method of conversation and undermine impersonal relation, promote cybercrimes, make people addict on them and deconstruct the language. So, social networks are killing us psychologically, economically, physically, socially and culturally.

     

    However, some social media critics such as Known Evan, Saurabh Gupta, Tracey, Weinberger and Roger argue in favor of the social networking. Critic Known Even says “Social networking sites have a beneficial effect on our life. They increase our social interaction and give us more ways to make social connection”. It means our realm of connection and interaction are become broaden due to the social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Skype and so on. If our parents or friends are in abroad, we can easily communicate with them within a minute. It was not possible before the invention of social media. Gupta argues “social media help to detect criminal”. It suggests that social media helps to reduce the social crime. Instead of these






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