In today’s world, I believe that social networking sites (SNS) provide much more for people emotionally and fundamentally than just what meets the eye…
For extra detail along with my paper, I've spoken with some people of interest that have unique stories pertaining to social media and their own lives.
Here are some of the questions we used:
What can you tell me about how Facebook, Twitter, blogging, (or any combo of whichever you use) have helped or hindered you, your life, and your interpersonal relationships with others?
As a young adult (if applicable), do you feel the relationships or connections you’ve formed online have helped you to become more social or outgoing in the “real world”?
Do you feel forming relationships through these sites is artificial, or can it be genuine? As in, have your online friends become real, genuine friends?
Do you feel your life has been permanently changed by these outlets? For better or worse?
If so / if you wish, please share how.