Social Media Affects the Way of Communication

Authors

  • Jingjing Gu

Keywords:

Social Media; Way; Communication; Effect.

Abstract

As social media affects us more today, the way of communication has changed a lot. This paper found that internet provides people multiple ways of communication, thus we need more aspects to keep it in the correct way. The paper revealed that social media shall modify the style and organization of communication as well.

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Published

07-11-2022

How to Cite

Gu, J. (2022). Social Media Affects the Way of Communication. BCP Education & Psychology, 7, 290–294. Retrieved from http://bcpublication.org/index.php/EP/article/view/2676