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  1. 1. What we’ve discovered on our topic By Simisola, Tracy and difya
  2. 2. Life online By Simisola, Tracy and Difya
  3. 3. What is a Documentary • Documentary is a broad category of moving pictures, intended to a document and some aspect of reality.
  4. 4. Purpose of this documentary To create awareness on the impact of the internet on a person’s life.
  5. 5. It’s a catchy title A rhetorical question, gets the audience thinking Highlights the whole series and hints what it could be about ?! – Question or Statement YOU DECIDE
  6. 6. • The lights are always on • There are many people from different parts of London and else where • There are many people with different upbringings and social background • There’s a big age range • People are not likely to rush as much compared to Oxford Street LOCATION
  7. 7. Documentary online 1 • I personally like this documentary, because it give me an idea on how to introduce my documentary on social networking. • I also like that sounds because this give me an idea on how the sound is, that the sound should be an exciting one.
  8. 8. How the media has shown antiHow the media has shown anti social ways into the in terms ofsocial ways into the in terms of good and bad.good and bad. Good aspect The good aspect of the internet being antisocial, it creates entertainment and also learn new skills. For an example. Having to type with one hand rather than two. It is an easy access help in communicating with family and friends. Bad aspect of the internet is In some sites, there are inappropriate things on the site, which influence teenagers. Examples are violent games or films that are seen as a source for entertainment.
  9. 9. What people learn in social networking What is social networking? A social network service focuses on building and reflecting of social networks or social relations among people.
  10. 10. Type of Social Networking Site Broad –range social networking websites • Some social networking websites, such as Face book, fall in the "general" category; they allow users from of all interests and backgrounds. • On this type of social networking websites, members can often include a list of their interests and then it locate s members with similar interests by searching for keywords and key phrases.
  11. 11. Niche social networking websites • Other social networking sites have tight small market and mostly focuses on specific group of people. • They are mostly tend to revolve around sports, dating, culture, hobbies, ethnicity, education, romance, businesses and more. • For example, this social networking website is targeted towards film - members can join Flixster to discuss, debate, rate and review movies on a social platform
  12. 12. Face book seems to have the highest growth and the most popular one amongst all of them. What’s popular in Uk?
  13. 13. GENDER: Mixed AGE: 12 - 19 ETHNICITY: Any race INTERESTS: - Social Networking - That like communicating with people very often - Loads of friends - Easily distracted by social networking sites - That spend over 7 hours a week on face book, Skype etc TARGET AUDIENCE
  14. 14. Education • Everything being more internet based • How we rely on internet resources Entertainment • To extent can our entertainment go to • How do we view entertainment now than 30 years ago Online Banking • How business’ are growing in the way they diverse Online Shopping • How it has helped us • Why is it so effective in society today Social Networking • How does this impact our lives • How has it affected society today • What are the risks of this in society • Advantages and Disadvantages We chose SOCIAL NETWORKING
  15. 15. Did you know • =sIFYPQjYhv8
  16. 16. Internet Makes things easy • =6a_KF7TYKVc&NR=1&feature=fvwp
  17. 17. A Few Facts - Social
  18. 18. Quotes on social networking • Networking Quotations • ~ The way of the world is meeting people through other people. ~ • Robert Kerrigan • ~ It's not what you know but who you know that makes the difference. ~ • Anonymous • ~ It isn't just what you know, and it isn't just who you know. It's actually who you know, who knows you, and what you do for a living. ~ • Bob Burg • ~ More business decisions occur over lunch and dinner than at any other time, yet no MBA courses are given on the subject. ~ • Peter Ducker • ~ Informal conversation is probably the oldest mechanism by which opinions on products and brands are developed, expressed, and spread. ~ • Johan Arndt •
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  20. 20. Social Networking Theory • Looks at the social structure made up of individuals (or organizations) called "nodes", which are tied by one or more specific types of interdependency, such as friendship, kinship, common interest, financial exchange, dislike, sexual relationships, or relationships of beliefs, knowledge or prestige. • Views social relationships in terms of network theory consisting of nodes and ties • Nodes are the individual actors within the networks, and ties are the relationships between the actors.
  21. 21. ' Internet access is 'a fundamental right "The right to communicate cannot be ignored," Dr Hamadoun Toure, secretary-general of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), told BBC News. "The internet is the most powerful potential source of enlightenment ever created." "regard the internet as basic infrastructure - just like roads, waste and water". The survey also revealed that the internet is rapidly becoming a vital part of many people's lives in a diverse range of nations. The dangers of fraud, the ease of access to violent and explicit content and worries over privacy were the most concerning aspects for those questioned A majority of users in Japan, South Korea and Germany felt that they could not express their opinions safely online, although in Nigeria, India and Ghana there was much more confidence about speaking out.
  22. 22. Internet Addiction • v=IrlD3yh8bDE