How Facebook and Twitter Create Pan-Continental Cyber-Communities

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How Facebook and Twitter Create Pan-Continental Cyber-Communities
Social media such as
Facebook
and Twitter are an effective means of fostering transnational communication. These new means of distance-condensing messaging behaves in this new millennium like a realization of the cosmopolitan tenet that we humans are completely similar beneath our cultural conditioning. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the ways in which
Facebook
and Twitter create pan-continental cyber-communities, with people binding together out of common interests, rather than merely clinging to other people who share a cultural sameness.
Cosmopolitanism is a philosophy based on the premise that all ethnic groups belong to a single community based on a shared...
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.....nd these countries that embrace plurality and free movement and opinion are among the finest examples of how a nation may organize and determine its value system.
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