The Demands of Using Social Networks in Vietnam
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THE DEMANDS OF USING SOCIAL NETWORKS
GROUP 3 | WRITING AE2
CLASS: THURSDAY AFTERNOON
- Background 2
- Purpose 2
- Questionnaire 2
- Population and sampling 4
- Procedure and timeframe 4
- Summary 8
- Discussion 8
- Recommendation 9
Nowadays, it is seldom to see a young people use telephone to communicate or radio to get news. Instead of this, most of people tend to use social networks. In full disclosure, this is based on research my group has been doing this month.
The internet in Vietnam has seen a rapid development in recent years. There has been a steady increase in both internet users, the number of websites, and the number of social networking users in Vietnam. According to the statistic in 2015, there are over 40% of people having social networking accounts and most of them are young people. It is claimed that social networks has made our world better to communicate. People can come together participate in discussions, forums and can acquire a list of services over the internet that at least possible costs. However, there are some disadvantages that affect negatively on attitude and behavior. People try to show off themselves on social network, they have gradually forgotten true value.
To begin with, let’s first discuss about the main reasons that lead to the idea of the research.
- Because social network development leads to many social problem, influences on society. Therefore, we make the survey to find out “The demands of using social network in Vietnam”.
- After having answer for above question, we can make conclusion about the influence of social networks on people, motivate good effect and figure out the solution for bad affect.
To solve the problem, a questionnaire is created for researchers to collect the evaluation among 100 Vietnamese people about social networks.
According to the outcome mentioned above, the questionnaire is designed that people choose one answer or more than one in some questions. The size of the question list is narrowed down to contain 5 questions in order to make it easier for interviewers to analyze the data, find out the solution as well as avoiding confusion.