Social Media And Literacy: The Journal Of Social Media Blog
A few years ago, between 60 and 90, ran the concern among parents and teachers due to the fact that in the era of the popularization of television, children and young people had lost the habit of reading. Over time, their concern was increasing, with the advent of video game consoles, and music videos on DVD. But what about the computer and the Internet? They have helped to push the youth of the world of letters? Have they been approached? Are these separate tools of reading and writing? A statistical analysis of Internet sites dedicated to the blogs admin, blogs, forums and instant messaging systems shows that these informal means of social communication are growing at a steady pace and without pause. What they are actually showing these statistics? That as many years as it did not happen, young people use the written word to communicate their ideas and feelings, day after day.
Although these social media are at the dawn of evolution, have led people from their role as spectators of readers, and many have started up their role as writers in carrying out their blogs or participating with comments or notes in the other, which enhances the interaction and the development of social networks. These networks are based on mutual trust, regardless of whether there is consensus or dissent, and the writer’s vision is then modified, expanded, and feeds on the reviews and links submitted by their readers who are, In turn, their writers associated, perhaps inadvertently. These media are still relevant unorganized as liaison d letters, ideas, opinions and communication in the social sphere. There are many harmful and destructive comments of the detractors of social media, some critics for its lack of continuity because most are not updated daily but once a week or less frequently, and there those seeking to defenestrated by their spelling and grammar are not always correct and well maintained. But despite this, social media are, as a whole, alive and active, communicating to people everywhere but not always meet face to face.