Research Paper On Impact Of Social Networking Sites On Business
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The Significance of Social Networks for the Communities of China
Twelve pages and 11 sources used. This paper provides an overview of significant role that social networks have in the culture of China. This paper not only considers the cultural elements, but also the impact that social networks play in creating the social, political and economic climate of China. This paper focuses on the importance of Chinese heritage and the distinct nature of social interactions as a component of the culture.
Social Networking and its Future Implications for a Non Profit Making Organization
This 22 page paper considers the potential impact that social networking may have on a non profit organization. After an introduction the paper considers three different methodologies before choosing one, and then looks at what is meant by social networking and the way it is undertaken and influencing society already. The paper then moves on to a consequence analysis, discuses the way it will impact in planning by looking at soft systems methodology and finally considering ethical implications. The bibliography cites 17 sources.
Monster Networking Case Study
A 15 page paper. Monster.com is the best known job search e-business in the world. In 2003, the company launched Monster Networking, a work-related social networking site. This essay begins with an overview of the history of Monster.com, its sale to TMP, its growth and competitors and the issues surrounding the Monster Networking site and its disappointing results. The problem is identified and discussed, alternative solutions are analyzed and discussed and a recommendation is made. This is based on a Harvard case study. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Social Networking/Associated Problems
This research paper offers an overview of the problems associated with social networking sites, such as MySpace, which includes declines in productivity. Five pages in length, four sources are cited.