The Impact Of Social Media On Society
Maha Radwan AL-Smadi
ABSTRACT: The social media and other social networking sites turn out to be a major part of our civilization, Electronic patient education and communications, such as email, and social media, are on the rise in healthcare today, With scientific progress and the spread of inventions And the emergence of new things that were not in earlier times Social networking sites have proliferated in the present era Where he became the most people or everyone they have a social account on the social networking site, We cannot deny the benefits and positives these sites But we cannot also deny what brought him from cons cannot be counted, Here we will talk about the pros and the cons in detail. My studies this is only to draw attention to the multiple risks arising from the misuse of social networking sites in var-ious programs and fields, I saw the need for studies to find out public opinion about the pros and cons of these sites and impact in the community, we discuss the articles in this special section and conclude with considerations for future research. Also touched on the possibility of proposing some solutions to reduce the negatives caused by such programs.
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