I will conduct the research using secondary research that I will get from the Internet and journals. I will compare the researches that have been done in the past so that I fill in the gaps. This will help in understanding what has been done in the past and how to improve on the past findings. I will also use my own experience in the use of social media.
The essay will be organized in a report format. The following structure will be followed while handling the essay.
This is the introductory part of the essay. It will focus on the general concept of what will be researched. It will focus on the issues that will be handled in social media and its effects o social relationships. There will also be the thesis statement which will be the statement that will focus on the general concept of what will be done in the paper.
This is the main gist of the paper. It will have the main content of what will be discussed in the paper. The discussion will have various sections. The discussion will have the positive and negative effects of social media.
Trust model of online relationships
This is part of the discussion which will show how trust will be achieved with when social relationships are established on the Internet.
This is the closing remarks and recommendations for future research. The paper will focus on the various issues that still need to be addressed concerning social media effects on social relationships.
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