The Importance Of Social And Social Interaction

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“I fear the day technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.” – This was Albert Einstein’s presumption about the future. No one in the past was able to foresee how much technology would takeover daily lives from the simplest things to grand scales. They did not expect the amount of dependence everyone would have on technology. How much has technology changed people’s lives? Has it in fact made the world a better place? Has social media connected people or destroyed them? Based on a study, online interactions seem to develop real life social issues. Despite the fact that social and communication skills are changing, it is not declining. The ideal goal of social networks is to improve professional and social life. It was never meant…show more content…
Several studies and researches present social capital as a potential contributor to poverty reduction and innovation. Information flows such as information about a career, exchanging ideas in school, learning about political candidates, are all dependent on social capital. Bonding networks that connect folks who are similar sustain particularized reciprocity. The notion of social capital is a useful way of entering into debates about civil society – and is central to the arguments of Robert Putnam and others who would like to ‘reclaim public life’. It is also used by the World Bank with regard to economic and societal development and by management experts as a way of thinking about organizational development. Social capital is not simply an investment on social status, entertainment, whatsoever; it is investing on being practical because it is useful to have support from different people from all walks of life. It may seem harsh or maybe noble, but the truth is, people use each other to succeed. They are bound to depend on others in order to reach their desired or goal or even just so
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